The Economics of Jesus

When people act in response to human need, giving what they have without seeking profit or interest, we believe God magnifies the effects of our efforts. Habitat refers to this perspective as “the economics of Jesus.” Together, the donated labor of construction volunteers, the support of partner organizations and the homeowners’ “sweat equity” make Habitat’s house building possible. By sharing resources with those in need, Habitat volunteers and supporters have made decent, affordable housing a reality for more than 200,000 families worldwide.

Team Work
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094 85 year old Don on the roof, Wanda wouldn't look.jpg
Lynda Sue and boys with Joe.jpg
13_1.JPG
038 todays crew minus one that had to leave.jpg
094 85 year old Don on the roof, Wanda wouldn't look.jpg
Lynda Sue and boys with Joe.jpg
13_1.JPG
038 todays crew minus one that had to leave.jpg