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GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Missionaries on Grand Bahama were hard transforming containers into classrooms for a vocational school.

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GRAND BAHAMA, BAHAMAS – Missionaries on Grand Bahama were hard transforming containers into classrooms for a vocational school.

The project is part of an existing partnership between Champs Missions and the Falcon Boy’s Club, where they have already successfully built a community center on the property.

The goal this week, was getting roofs on the soon-to-be classrooms.

Pastor Rick Schuessler, founder and director of Champs Missions explains the after-school vocational institute will not only offer trade classes, but also hopes to provide theological education to bring up the next generation of pastors for the country.

The volunteers covered travel and lodging on their own dime, with the support of Corey Yates, owner of Yates Unicorn Ranch Ministry, who helped cover the expenses of 11 of the volunteers.

He tells us making missions more accessible is his goal.

Since our interviews, the director of the Falcon Boy’s Club, Darrin Rolle, tells Our News the trip was a success and the classrooms’ roofs have been completed.

But the sustainable nature of the project doesn’t end with the upcycling of the shipping containers, the volunteers have also made it a point provide climate-resilient infrastructure.

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