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Building a Rubble House begins with a group of volunteers who want to dedicate a week to working, living, laughing, eating, sleeping, praying, and playing in Grand Goave, Haiti. A team from Oakland Baptist Church recently returned from a Rubble House construction mission in January and these are their pictures.

The Haiti Housing Network (a.k.a. Conscience International) came up with this brilliant strategy for building houses by using the destroyed concrete buildings from the 2010 earthquake. The Oakland team first crushed the concrete into fist-size pieces. Then, they used their muscles of steel to throw all the broken concrete into a dump truck to haul to the site of the new Rubble House. This new Rubble House went to a grateful couple: Motas and Madame Motas.

Next, the team constructed a wire cage in which they poured the rubble. They wore their gloves and hats for this job–as is appropriate for working…

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About John Henson

I am Pastor of Church for the Highlands in the Highland neighborhood of Shreveport, LA. I am also Chaplain of Volunteers of America of North Louisiana. I am husband to Jinny and father to a middle-schooler named Jack. Most of my time is taken up with starting a church, but I love running, a good cigar, and reading what mystics have lived and written. Member of Citizen Potawatomi Nation.
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