Houses for the People of Tanauan Leyte: Building in Progress

One Day At A Time

Since my last post update, Houses for the People of Tanauan Leyte: Building Starts Tomorrow, Ptr Joel has sent me some pictures of the building work. As I reviewed the pictures, my heart leapt with excitement to be a part of this rebuilding exercise for those affected by Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan.

I thank God for prompting me not to rush but to wait and to work directly with the locals. As I wrote in my initial post, Houses for the People of Tanauan Leyte, “Somehow, I was not moved to contribute. Deep within me, I knew that regardless these there would still be pockets of locals who would have to wait for quite a while before anything reaches them – if at all. It was clear to me not to begin anything but to wait for the media and publicity frenzy to abate. As with most major catastrophes, people…

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