Category: President’s Blog

Millard Fuller Legacy Build- Final Day

Millard Fuller Legacy Build- Final Day

By Fuller Center President David Snell I’m back in Americus now. I had to leave Indianapolis a day early—turns out my visa has been approved and I’ll be returning to North Korea next week. This caused me to change my schedule so that I could get some office work done before I leave for another […]

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – Day Three

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – Day Three

By Fuller Center President David Snell We made it through Wednesday—the hardest day of the week.  Monday’s pure excitement, Tuesday and Thursday are solid work days, and Friday’s pure panic.  But on Wednesday everyone’s tired and the reality of the challenge has set in.  At least that’s been my experience.  But this was a good […]

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – Day one

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – Day one

It was a great day at the work site. The first day of these builds is always exciting with the new houses rising from their foundations. It’s pretty spectacular—the day begins with slabs and ends with structures.   I actually got to do some real construction work today. I’ve been going to builds for 20 […]

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – getting ready

Millard Fuller Legacy Build – getting ready

It’s been a whirlwind of activity here in Indianapolis and the build week hasn’t even gotten started!  The Fuller Center Board of Directors held its meeting Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.  We are blessed with an outstanding board of solid folks who are dedicated to the mission.  It’s always a pleasure to spend time in […]

Heating up in Haiti

Heating up in Haiti

When we first announced our Haiti initiative, our long-time friend and counselor, Edgar Stoesz, wrote to urge caution.  Edgar has a long history with Haiti and knows first hand the challenges of working there.  He counseled us to move deliberately, to engage local partners carefully, to assure that Haitians were at the forefront of the […]