We are thankful for Jim (pictured) and Mary Jo Reeves and our other Nomads staffing our booth at the Atlanta RV show this weekend. Mary Jo makes the beautiful quilts, including the one on display there. Please recruit some new Nomads to our family!
January 27, 2023 Great week of Nomad accomplishments! We have been working on Harvey's mobile home which is on the Cheniere Caminada portion of Grand Isle. The north deck stairs were worked on by a previous team last fall. We have dismantled and replaced the entire deck and stairs, including a section that has A/C on it. Inside we have finished cleaning off glue etc from fronts of 2x4 in walls and installed insulation. Have enjoyed listening to homeowner about Hurricane Ida, shrimping, cancers...
Nomads will be rebuilding homes in Jack County, Texas in the Spring of 2024, in Jacksboro. The North Texas Annual Conference has invited Nomads to be involved in their rebuilding efforts, after devastating tornadoes wreaked havoc there in March of 2022. Please login and sign up for this project if you would like to be involved and make a difference.
Our period 3 project period begins on February 13, 2023 and we need another Nomad to join our teams in Rockledge, FL, Vienna, GA and in Wichita Falls, TX. Our other projects are full in P-3-23, but please let me know if you want to be on the wait list for any of our full projects next period. If you can participate for 1 or 2 weeks on any of these shorthanded projects, please let me know. Carla Kinsey Nomads Program Administrator 866-466-6237 firstname.lastname@example.org
We have made a new agreement for vehicle donations with proceeds to benefit the Methodist Nomads with CARS (Charitable Adult Rides and Services). In a cooperative effort between CARS and the Methodist Nomads your vehicle can be donated to our organization, running or not. And the giver receives a tax deduction from the Methodist Nomads. In addition to cars you can donate trucks, vans, boats, motorcycles, jet skis, snowmobiles, RVs and even airplanes. You must have clean title. Free towing. No ...
Todd Rossnagel, from the Louisiana Methodist Conference, came to visit us in Woodworth, LA the first week of the project for the Wesley Center and he made a video of us and our work. I was thinking you might like to share it with the rest of the Nomads. Click on the link below to view it. It is less than 2 minutes to watch. I think he did a great job. Joe and Debbie Gilbert, team leaders https://youtu.be/wX3kTjYSvHM
The Disaster Team on Grand Isle was fortunate to be able to work outside for the entire week escaping the numerous storms which were wreaking havoc just north of us in New Orleans. Our prayers go out to the people who again have lost so much. Our team welcomed a newcomer, Dan Williams, who fit right in helping complete a second deck project. This deck was 13 feet above the ground for access to a suspended mobile home which endured waves five feet high crashing into the living room during ...
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Check out the North Georgia Conference article on Nomads in their latest newsletter: https://www.ngumc.org/newsdetail/nomads-are-on-a-mission-with-rvs-adventurous-spirits-and-hearts-for-christian-service-17129384
Week 5 of the Grand Isle DR Week 5 found us with 9 count them 9 NOMADS on site. Charlie and Martha Brown, Randy and Mary Fathbruckner, Janet Cox and Wanda Woodard all came in last week to join Sara Donaldson and Gene and Carolyn Freeman to help get some more of these homes in living condition. On week 4 we finished up Miss Donna’s house. Got the crown molding all up and then got permission to finish the inside and outside corners as well as the baseboard. Got the entrance stairs cleaned,...