The sounds of hammering and sawing have faded
away, and Judy Harper sits in relative peace at the kitchen table in
her new house—a home built by love and surrounded by prayer.
Only the clicking of Pup’s paws on the hardwood floor and the sounds of TV or music from her son’s room break the silence.
A Habitat for Humanity home wasn’t in Judy’s plans when she, her husband David, and their son Nick moved from central Kentucky to Kingsport, Tenn., in 2001. Being homeless wasn’t in her plans either.
|Judy and Nick Harper this summer moved into their new Habitat for Humanity home built by their congregation, Holy Trinity Lutheran,
Kingsport, Tenn. Pictured during the building process are, fromleft,
Nick, Jenny Trumbo (family co-sponsor), Judy and Kathy White. Trumbo
and White are also members of Holy Trinity. |
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