At Turning Point Ministries we spend a significant amount of time, effort and treasure on home construction. Building homes is challenging and can be filled with delays due to weather or the availability and timing of resources, and the reliance on one of our most valuable resources — volunteers! But, building homes is actually secondary in our mission. Our primary mission is to bless others in the name of Jesus Christ. It just so happens that in our case we are blessing them with the opportunity to become homeowners. We post a lot of pictures of our homes because we are proud of our neighborhood Heritage Village and the homes we build. We also post a lot of pictures of our volunteers out of gratitude because we could not accomplish our mission without them. But, this post is in honor of our homeowners. They are why Turning Point Ministries exists. Becoming a Turning Point homeowner takes effort. They are hard-working, determined people and we love them and are blessed to know them! Here are pictures of some of our most recent home owners mostly taken at their home deciation ceremonies:
This Sunday, November 17th at 2:00, we will dedicate the home at 200 N. Walnut for Turning Point’s newest homeowners, Arminder and Amandeep Kounsil. Turning Point board members will lead a home blessing ceremony followed by refreshments. We invite all friends and supporters of Turning Point to celebrate with us!
We were pleased to bless the home of Gabriel and Deborah Conteh yesterday at a Turning Point home dedication ceremony. Many of their family members, friends of Turning Point and board members were there to celebrate with them. Turning Point families work hard to become homeowners. They attend classes, work with an assigned mentor, create budgets, and volunteer their time for the construction of their home and donate time to community service. Thank you to everyone who attended the dedication and to everyone who helps Turning Point make homeownership a reality for families like the Contehs.