The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Ramp it up

In Tulsa, Okla., these are the go-to guys for an easier access

When the men of Fellowship Lutheran Church, Tulsa, Okla., get together to build ramps, they do more than offer a safe and easier entry and exit from homes — they extend freedom.

Charlyne Goff is a recipient of Fellowship
Charlyne Goff is a recipient of Fellowship Lutheran Church's men's ministry. In the past eight years, the men have built 103 ramps to make homes in Tulsa, Okla., more accessible.
That was the case for one client, who hadn't been out of her home in five years. "She couldn't get off the porch," said Tim Airhart, one of the driving forces behind RAMP (Restore Access Ministry Project).

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