Category: News

Three months in new home already life-changing for Missouri mom and daughter

Three months in new home already life-changing for Missouri mom and daughter

(Photo: Rachel and Stella Henderson moved into their new home built by The Fuller Center for Housing of Johnson County, Missouri, in April of this year.) There are many ways Rachel Henderson can measure the joy of owning her own home in Warrensburg, Missouri. She can literally measure the two-bedroom, two-bath home that is far […]

Faith Fuller’s Koinonia film “Briars in the Cotton Patch” now available for free streaming

Faith Fuller’s Koinonia film “Briars in the Cotton Patch” now available for free streaming

The Fuller Center for Housing’s ministry and Georgia’s historic Koinonia Farm will forever be inextricably linked. This intentional Christian community of blacks and whites living together in peace and harmony is where Fuller Center founders Millard and Linda Fuller would learn from theologian Clarence Jordan the principles of partnership behind their housing ministry. “Briars in […]

Mortgages payments deferred three months for 30 Central Indiana families

Mortgages payments deferred three months for 30 Central Indiana families

(Photo: Tia and J.R. Morris building their Fuller Center home alongside volunteers at the 2017 Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Indianapolis.) Indianapolis’ WISH-TV reports on The Fuller Center of Central Indiana’s initiative to defer mortgage payments for three months for 30 families in an effort to relieve financial hardships due to the pandemic. You can […]

President David Snell statement: A unifying force in times of division

President David Snell statement: A unifying force in times of division

 Here is the text of Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell’s statement from the above video: The past few weeks have brought focus to some of the things that divide us as a nation. Perhaps now we can look forward to those things that bring us together. The Fuller Center for Housing was […]

Charlie Park remembered as a servant leader with a big voice and a bigger heart

Charlie Park remembered as a servant leader with a big voice and a bigger heart

Photo: Charlie Park (right) with a young friend at the 2011 Millard Fuller Legacy Build in Minden, Louisiana. Charlie Park’s voice was booming, yet soothing. It was a voice cultivated in broadcast journalism and later leveraged in preaching the Gospel through the Theology of the Hammer, inspiring countless volunteers and donors to build and repair […]

Chattahoochee Valley Fuller Center Project’s thriving ReUse Store gets new, bigger home

Chattahoochee Valley Fuller Center Project’s thriving ReUse Store gets new, bigger home

(Photo: Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project Executive Director Kim Roberts on the first day of business in the CFCP’s new ReUse Store location in Lanett, Alabama.) Fundraising is one of the key elements of nonprofit work. One of the must successful fundraising initiatives for Fuller Center covenant partners across the United States is the ReUse Store. […]

Silver Valley, Idaho team’s Global Home Challenge effort is front page news

Silver Valley, Idaho team’s Global Home Challenge effort is front page news

The Silver Valley Fuller Center for Housing is used to making news by building and repairing homes in its rugged area of Idaho. Now, its leaders are on the front page of the Shoshone News-Press for their efforts to raise money and awareness through The Fuller Center for Housing’s groundbreaking initiative the Global Home Challenge, […]

Disaster ReBuilders help Panama City families in the shadows of paradise

Disaster ReBuilders help Panama City families in the shadows of paradise

(Photo: Vietnam veteran Ray Moneymaker sits in his Panama City home that was severely damaged by Hurricane Michael in 2018. He has since lost his wife to cancer and suffered a stroke. Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders’ work on his home is nearly complete.) Note: With an abundance of caution and a close eye on ever-changing […]