Busy Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project dedicates houses 41 and 42

Busy Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project dedicates houses 41 and 42

(Photo: Tiffany Roberts, who is battling cancer while raising 9-year-old son Elijah, rejoices after the Bible presentation during the dedication of her new Fuller Center home Friday in Valley, Alabama.)

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At the dedication of the Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project’s 41st new home build in Valley, Alabama, on Friday, CFCP President Curt Johnson reminded the many supporters in attendance that Millard Fuller would be proud of their success but also would remind them that this is no time for complacency. Two hours later, a few miles away in West Point, Georgia, Johnson would echo that theme along with CFCP founder Bill Scott and Executive Director Kim Roberts during the dedication of the CFCP’s 42nd new home build. For complete coverage of each dedication, click here to read the thorough report from the Valley Times-News.

VIDEO: Carmen and Rodney Lott were the CFCP’s homeowner partners for house No. 40 in June. They weren’t able to make Friday’s dedications because Rodney was volunteering to run the ReUse Store in Lanett, Alabama, which raises money for the CFCP’s work. Rodney was able to take a moment to talk about how their lives have changed and how God doesn’t need us … “He wants us!”

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Chris Johnson is the Director of Communications for The Fuller Center for Housing, a multi-award-winning columnist for the Columbus (Ga.) Ledger-Enquirer and author of 4 books.

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