One vocational program that has started up is brick-making and construction. TM purchased a brick making machine which produces interlocking bricks that don’t require mortar. The first seminar was a huge success, drawing 30 participants. The students were taught not only how to make the bricks but also how to construct buildings. All these young people need is the opportunity to learn a skill, which will enable them to be self-sufficient. Once this is achieved, the once unproductive drop-outs will become contributing members of the community.
We thank God for his provision thus far and look forward to many more blessings in the future. None of this would have been possible without the support of all of you. Thank you for your prayers and monetary support. If God has laid on your heart to support TM Ministries financially with a tax-deductible donation, you can make your check payable to: TM Rural Community Development. And mail to:
TM Rural Community Development c/o Karen Jones, Treasurer 10562 K Drive South Burlington, MI 49029