Habitat for Humanity of Angelina County looking to hire full-time Construction Director.
July 18th, 2018 – Since 1996, Habitat for Humanity of Angelina County has built over 20 homes for low-income families in need of safe and affordable housing. Most recently, Habitat for Humanity has begun the construction of a new home for a single mother and her seven children. We are excited by the opportunity to serve families in our community and are blessed by the many volunteers who come together each week to help with construction. At this time, we are searching for a Construction Director who can lead these volunteers and can oversee the construction of our homes from start to finish.
Candidates who are interested in the Construction Director position should have construction knowledge and experience and must be willing to work with volunteers each Saturday. In addition, it is important to us that the person who fills this position agrees with our Christian values and principles. For more information about this position or to submit an application, visit our website at angelinahabitat.org/job-opportunities/. You may also call our office at 632-8445 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today Lives will change as the love of Christ is spoken and demonstrated. Today, there is an opportunity to serve others in your community. Show Up at 7:30am at TJ Rusk Middle School in Nacogdoches.
[After you read the testimony offered here, Scroll down for the group Newsong’s “Hope Changes Everything”]
We’ve heard many things you’ve done to reach to our Texas friends. Whether help came from far away or close to home, you have “Served Others by being Real” in the midst of a horrific storm. The Hope you poured out Changes Everything!
The Ministry continues to hear from people driving from far away states, Nevada, Ohio, (the list is long), to as close as the next town over … Many of you sharing stories of how you saw Christ in so many people who were helping.
As assistance continues & remains a need, remember each day before it ends to thank God for moving on so many hearts offering help to others! You’re love “Connects people to a Real and Loving God.” God moved on your heart to “Share the Hope of Jesus and Know it Changes Lives!”
As rain continues to fall and flood waters rise in Houston, The Salvation Army continues providing emergency assistance throughout the city. Four Salvation Army shelters have opened their doors to those evacuating their homes – Harbor Light Center, Sally’s House, Family Residence and Conroe Red Shield lodge. More than 70 people rescued are currently staying at the Pasadena Salvation Army. As additional areas of the city become accessible Salvation Army units are ready to move in and serve those in need. Other locations remain on standby to serve.
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