Local Company Donates to Project: Lifehouse

Local Company Donates to Project: Lifehouse

Local Company Donates to Project: Lifehouse

We are so excited to announce that at the end of 2017 the local company, Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc. made a large donation towards our Project: LifeHouse initiative. Our ministry is so thankful for local businesses who believe that it is important that we make a difference in our city. They made this $2,500 donation to help us finish our very first Project: LifeHouse home which is located in Bradley Circle which is a small part of the city-village area of Columbus, Ga.

This month we plan to have completed our very first ministry home and we (The Chalmers Family) will be moving into this neighborhood. Our dream is to move families in who will help to sponsor and adopt communities that are in need of revitalization.  So far we have 4 of these homes that we plan to fix up before the end of this year and move people into these neighborhoods. Our dream is to have 10 of these Project: LifeHouse homes up and running by 2020.

We believe that as people incarnate the Gospel of the Kingdom into neighborhoods that have been plighted with crime and poverty that we will see entire neighborhoods transformed. If you would like to get involved by volunteering, making a donation or even want to consider moving into one of these communities please contact us! 

Andrew Chalmers
Founder and Director, Take the City


  1. This is amazing! I cant wait to see more!

  2. Ben Adams and those guys at Barge are amazing folks!

  3. Its amazing what God is doing in t he suburbs


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