|The "New" Joseph House|
Why should people with intellectual disabilities be any different? Well, they aren't, as these pictures show.
|Kyle & Sterling insulating their new home|
|Sterling learns to do the job right|
A few years ago Jerry and I read a book called God Is the Good We Do, by UT professor of architecture Michael Benedikt. The book is long and learned (and in very small type) but the gist is this: wherever there are people doing good, there is God.
I interpret this theory by imagining the written score of a symphony. Is that the symphony? How could it be?
No, the symphony exists only while the orchestra is playing it.
Maybe it's the same with God. God is good and good is God.
People with good hearts didn't just give money to build a house. They also gave money to provide an opportunity for Sterling and Kyle to learn important skills and help build their own home.
And we are thankful indeed.