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Podcast features in-depth, revealing interview with President David Snell (video/links)

Podcast features in-depth, revealing interview with President David Snell (video/links)

Podcast features in-depth, revealing interview with President David Snell AMERICUS, Georgia — What advice does an experienced world traveler and leader of an international nonprofit have for those about to visit countries and villages outside the United States? “Leave your American attitudes and opinions home,” Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell told host Johnathan […]

David Snell’s “The Tattered Passport” now available in E-book format

David Snell’s “The Tattered Passport” now available in E-book format

In September of 2018, Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell released “The Tattered Passport” in paperback through Amazon. With a cover price of $15, proceeds of the book go to The Fuller Center’s work of helping people have simple, decent places to live. Today, “The Tattered Passport” was made available in a electronic format […]

Q&A: Fuller Center President David Snell reflects on four trips to North Korea

Q&A: Fuller Center President David Snell reflects on four trips to North Korea

Fuller Center for Housing President David Snell knew it was a monumental challenge to try to foster a little peace between North Korea and the United States through the construction of simple, decent homes. In the end, it proved too monumental a challenge. The peacebuilding idea was first brought to then Fuller Center President Millard […]