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Sudanese Roof Repair

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The Sudanese people are incredibly resourceful.  Watching them build homes and other structures show how well they know the natural resources God has given them.  Homes are made of wooden poles and mud, then the roof is fitted using bamboos and grass. These sturdy homes are cool in the long hot dry season and do a great job keeping the rain out! When we constructed our Sunday school rooms back in 2003 we chose grass for roofing. It is much cooler, considering our classrooms hold about 100 kids every Sunday. It also is easier for the kids to hear the teacher if it rains.  This year we had to replace the grass.  I thought you might like to see the stages…
~ Vicky

New Roof – Phase 1
Almost Done!

Finishing Touches!