Guestbook

wayne w freeman

Submitted by wayne w freeman on September 03, 2009

Have worked with Habitat on 3 build occasions in Barrie , Ontario Canada. Was very influenced by Millard and Linda, life as a whole, through Habitat for Humanity and into the Fuller Center, and would have loved the opportunity to both meet and work with the Fullers and the Fuller Center for Housing.

Linda Miles Fulcher

Submitted by Linda Miles Fulcher on September 03, 2009

Helping feed the volunteers, take photos, or just say "thank you to others who build with hammers and nails" this is Millard's Dream along with Linda.

Linda Miles Fulcher
raised in Lanett, AL

T H Lawrence, Chairman, TFCFH, India

Submitted by T H Lawrence, Chairman, TFCFH, India on September 01, 2009

I am sure the Legacy Build has kicked off very well as scheduled. And, of course, the whole world would have enjoyed the ceremony in fond memory of our beloved Founder President. Here, in India, we have prayed for its astounding success.

Now, we, the whole Board of the Trivandrum Fuller Center for Housing, wish you all the best in your endeavor to make this great program a memorable one.

By building a house we have also joined in the ongoing solemn global movement to commemorate the legendary service to humanity of Millard Fuller since 1976.

T H Lawrence

Christy Craft

Submitted by Christy Craft on August 31, 2009

I have always enjoyed working on all the projects

George Cortesi

Submitted by George Cortesi on August 31, 2009

I remember the amazement that I felt walking through Habitat's
"International Village" thinking this is REAL. It's not just talk. No one was saying what should be done, what someon else should do, or preaching AT you what you should do, here they were doing what needed to be done themselves. Walking what they talked and enjoying every minute of it. All of that impressed me so, much then and continues to impress and (dare I say?) inspire me to this day. Please God Bless this man and the work he's done and the work that will be done because of him.

Kathleen McCuistion

Submitted by Kathleen McCuistion on August 31, 2009

Millard has an inspiring message which comes from God to help all families in need of decent homes. It just makes you want to help. From the first time I met Millard & Linda in Orange County, CA on a walk from LA to Mexico, I & many others were inspired to follow. It's been 20 years.
I love the fact that the Fuller Center has been joining with Habitat & many other groups to build -- collaboration in Unity of purpose. Families first!
You have my support. I'm there in spirit.
God be with you all.

David Thomas

Submitted by David Thomas on August 30, 2009

Millard changed my life, and the world is not as bright a place since his passing.

TERENCE LOVELACE

Submitted by TERENCE LOVELACE on August 30, 2009

I WISH I COULD ATTEND THIS GREAT DAY. I DONT HAVE TRANSPORTATION TO GET TO THE SPORTPLEX. I KNOW I WILL NOT FORGET WHAT THE FULLER CENTER HAS DONE FOR ME. HOUSE NUMBER 4 OYAH

Daryl Spaulding

Submitted by Daryl Spaulding on August 30, 2009

I have been reading Millard's book ,The Theology of The Hammer. I am taken back by the passion he had for people. I have volunteered with the HRH here in Chattanooga and Albuquerque. God Bless.

Mary Faye Thomas Dudley

Submitted by Mary Faye Thomas Dudley on August 29, 2009

Faith
Family
Sense of Humor
Dedication to the Needs of Others

These are profound human values that the nation celebrates on the passing of our beloved Senator Ted Kennedy this week.
For me, it is an echo and deeply appreciative poignant personal reminder of Millard Fuller's daily, lifetime commitment to create a better world for human beings in need.

As Teddy did, so did Millard.

Linda, the family and friends.. continue to promote and expand his noble mission.