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Interfaith coalition helps make Habitat home possible 28 February , 2011

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Tears started to well up in Regina Stuckey‘s eyes Friday as she stood on a vacant lot in southeast Gainesville where, in the coming months, workers will start to build the lifelong renter and her three children an affordable three-bedroom home.

“It’s just a blessing,” Stuckey said. “God is good all the time.”

In a way, the family also has pastor Terry Jones to thank.

A network of pastors, priests, rabbis and Muslim leaders that formed to oppose Jones’ planned Quran burning last year has remained intact and raised more than half of the $65,000 needed to build the house through Alachua Habitat for Humanity, the first of what the group hopes will be many projects to come. READ MORE

 

 

Mustafa Abdullah Shares about Winston-Salem for World Faith 11 January , 2010

Mustafa Abdullah is a Senior at Wake Forest University, and a current Fellow of the Interfaith Youth Core.  About two years ago, when at an IFYC conference, he found out about World Faith and wanted  to apply the World Faith model in his own community of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  Here is his story of how he mobilized students in his community in interfaith service work through World Faith.

 

World Faith Winston-Salem has First Event 19 April , 2008

Mustafa Abdullah, a Sophomore at Wake Forest University, recently founded the second Chapter of World Faith in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  They just held their first event, which was a day of volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Winston-Salem.  This is a sign that the World Faith model is definitely replicatable, and we look forward to seeing where else it goes!