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Hard Hats for Christ

Hard Hats for ChristWhen he founded Construction Workers Christian Fellowship (CWCf) in 1970, Jim Hodges realized that his “mission field” was the construction sites where he worked as a journeyman IBEW electrician. He invited Christians and pre-believers to pray for safety on the job before work, to study the Bible together at Saturday morning breakfast meetings…

Ready Volunteers

RV'ers for ChristRV’ers for Christ “Serve Those Who Serve Others” at Christian camps and Bible schools, small churches, and other Christian organizations throughout the continental United States. We have also worked in Alaska, Canada, and Mexico. The work includes construction of new buildings, remodeling, and maintenance of these facilities. Since most of our clients provide RV parking and utilities, and oftentimes a meal or two, we expect volunteers to “pull their own weight” on the jobsite, making allowances for health and skills, of course.

Men framing a wall

Hello Dave! I don’t know if you will receive this email from me, but I will give it a try. I just want to say how amazing [your RV’ers for Christ missionary] was in working on our re-roof project!!!!!!! He led by example for each of the guys involved in the job, teaching them, and patiently showing them how to do the job right. He worked with our son, Andrew, our two son-in-laws, Dan and Florian, with four other men from the church, John, Dennis, Steve, and Paul, and left a wonderful impression on them all. They each commented more than once about what [he]had taught them about a work ethic, about doing the job right, and about working together as a team. I simply can’t put into adequate words the gratitude my wife and I share about [RV’ers for Christ and your missionary] and the thousands of dollars we were able to save on this job. Thank you for responding to my daughter’s prompting (and the Lord’s I am sure) in helping us with this. Blessings on all of you,

Pastor Terry S, Winlock

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