Sunday, December 09, 2007
What was supposed to be a early morning pour soon turned into an early afternoon pour. I think the first truck arrived around 12:00 pm. Because we were pouring the second level floor we needed to use a concrete pump. It wasn't exactly the easiest pour either because of re-rod and electrical tubing. The finished product. Another rustic red floor. Cristian, Melvin and Anthony puting on the first coat of sealer. Praise God we have good this far this quick. We are still hoping to be able to move into the first floor in March. Pray that all the needed funds will come in, in time to finish on schedule.
Saturday, December 01, 2007
We are now ready to start plastering inside and out on the first floor. We are planning to pour the second story floor this week and then start putting the roof on the front entrance area and the back entrance area. Continue to pray the funds will keep flowing and we will be able to finish the downstairs area before march.
Friday, November 16, 2007
Friday, October 26, 2007
Sunday, September 02, 2007
Saturday morning finishing touches Cleaning up behind Chapel getting ready for sidewalks Doesn't that sidewalk really make the The Chapel look good. Take a look at the kitchen that is finished in the Chapel. Thanks Perly and Billy for all your hard work Doesn't the inside of the chapel look great!!!!! What about these dorm room??? Nate preparing floors for sealer. Thanks Nate for your patience and dedication to making these floors look great. Wow look at how the inside of these dorms turned out. The cistern final done and ready to be filled. 20,000 gallons of gravity flow water what a blessing not to have a pump. Nate,Maggie and Cheryl still smiling after a long day of preparing
Monday, August 06, 2007
William power washing get things ready to paint. Painters painting the porch railings Christian and Alfonso getting ready for shelving in the dorm rooms The plumbers setting stools in the dorm bathrooms The guys plastering the cistern that will hold 20,000 gal of gravity flow water Nate and Tyler painting the inside of the Chapel Wow, doesn't the "The Chapel" look nice.