In which we are FULLY FUNDED

I’d write something gorgeous and gratitude-filled, I would.

But I’m too busy screaming my head off, dancing, celebrating and crying here.

Just this blessed minute, the Legacy Project was fully funded.

Fully funded!!!!!


Just a few short months ago, I sat in Pastor Gaetans house with an amazing group of people, representing all of us, and we promised to build him a school, by the grace of God.

And now, we’re amazingly gob-smackingly fully funded.

We’ll be breaking ground in January.

You guys.

For real.

We’ve just been part of something amazing here.

I’m got to take off my shoes. This is holy ground, miracle ground.




7 Responses to In which we are FULLY FUNDED

  1. Rebecca December 20, 2012 at 3:59 pm #

    well done!!!

  2. Jessica @ Quirky Bookworm December 20, 2012 at 3:59 pm #

    Yay!! Glory indeed.

  3. Marnie Johansson December 20, 2012 at 4:09 pm #

    Oh my gosh that last phase went so fast!!! So happy. :)

  4. Kelly @ Love Well December 20, 2012 at 4:32 pm #

    GLORY! Behold, the light has come.

    Crying tears of joy with you friend. Right there with you.

    Nothing is too impossible for God.

  5. theblahblahblahger December 21, 2012 at 9:21 am #

    I was going to write a big ole UNBELIEVABLE, but then I changed my mind. God is SO GOOD to provide, even when we doubt.


  6. Grace Elizabeth December 22, 2012 at 11:57 am #

    This is incredible. This is so beautiful. This year I joined you in seeing all the rubbish that is out there in this world, and it would be so easy to lose hope. Especially as I start to realise that what I saw was the smallest glimpse into the all the mess that is out there, it would be easy to feel like you’re drowning in it all. But when I start looking, if I look under all the mess I see these seeds of hope being planted across the globe. It is so exciting!

  7. Breanna December 26, 2012 at 1:13 pm #

    I think my previous post didn’t go through. I posted to recommend making the school a monolithic-type dome, which are incredibly energy efficient, practically hurricane-proof, and don’t cost any more than a regular type of building.

    Here is more information:

    I just felt I would be remiss not to make this suggestion for a place which has suffered so much from hurricanes.

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