On May 5 of this year, Willie McQueen will mark a decade of being clean and sober. And he’ll be doing it in a like-new home thanks to a West Point, Georgia, church that is committed to putting faith into action. Refuge Point Church has been a long-time supporter of the Chattahoochee Fuller Center Project, but this is the first project of this magnitude. The church purchased a home badly in need of repairs to restore for McQueen, who has been a member of Refuge for five years. With support from West Point Mayor Steve Tramell, CFCP leaders Kim Roberts and Robin Pierre and dozens of volunteers, the church and Mr. McQueen are proving that both lives and homes can be turned around with a little faith and hard work.
Gator Media video from the work site: