Because We Don’t Think Kids Should Sleep on Floors…

June 23, 2018 | Written by Luke Wrobleski

A few months ago, God stirred in one man’s heart the desire to do something practical to meet the needs of our neighbors in Colorado Springs. He listened and acted, and then we watched as it grew beyond anything Luke had imagined … as God does.

The latest endeavor was The Bunkbed Project.

Here’s the whole story, as told through a series of Facebook posts:


Do you want to be a part of this movement? Are you interested in volunteering with the PRC Love Your Neighbor team? Or do you know someone who needs help? Contact Luke.

You can also like the PRC Love Your Neighbor Facebook page to hear the stories and see photos of projects.

 

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