A journey they will never forget

Posted by Spalding Hurst

January 28, 2019

A volunteer group was commissioned yesterday in Nazareth, Kentucky, to build a home in Belize in memory of Andrew Reed. Andrew’s mother and father, Sue and Steve, and his son and daughter, Anthony and Trinity, will be working this week to help a family in need in honor of the late Mr. Reed. They are pictured standing in the back row.

Catherine, Rita, and Jack (front row) will be staying on for an extended time for two home builds. Sister Chris Kunze who was missioned in Belize for 11 years will be participating in her very first home build and leading the group.

The SCN lay volunteer mission program sends their blessings to the beautiful family in Belize City who will receive the love and dedication of this volunteer team and their very special cause.

2 Comments

  1. Rose Eleanor Perry

    WHAT A WORK OF CHARITY (LOVE)! YOU ALL ARE AN INSPIRATION WITH PRACTICAL, VISIBLE SIGNS. IT DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THAT.

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  2. Sr. Maggie Cooper

    Wow, you are there and I’m sure very busy! Blessings on all of you as give this family the gift of their lives!! Special greetings to your wonderful leader, Sr. Chris!!

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