Homeowners grateful for new start
Since moving into her new home in Lanett, Ala., Lisa Trammell has noticed a lot of activity outside. People keep walking around, driving by, or pulling up their cars and parking, just to look.
"It's been like a parade over here," Trammell said. Click for PDF
A dedication for Mama Black five years after Katrina
After five years of waiting, Delores Black has a new house, built by the Northshore Fuller Center for Housing.
On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina caused the Mississippi River to flow over the levee, and destroy the humble home she'd lived in for 49 years in Belle Chasse, La. PDF
Disaster tests new homes, creates need for more
More than 13,000 were left homeless after a steady, torrential downpour that hit El Salvador Friday and didn't let up until Sunday. As of mid-afternoon today the death toll was 175 and climbing. PDF
80 put their 'Faith in Action' with Fuller Center
Sunday morning, while many people dressed up to attend their regular morning worship services, nearly 80 members of Cornerstone Church in Americus, Ga. put on their painting gear and headed out into the cool, overcast day. PDF
2,500-mile journey complete, bikers welcomed to NOLA
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