Jenny Williamson began pressing for expansion even before the first Courage House doors opened in 2011. “We’re going to engage a million people to build 1,000 homes in 100 countries in the next 10 years,” she told one congregation.
Jenny Williamson began pressing for expansion even before the first Courage House doors opened in 2011. “We’re going to engage a million people to build 1,000 homes in 100 countries in the next 10 years,” she told one congregation. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Jenny Williamson began pressing for expansion even before the first Courage House doors opened in 2011. “We’re going to engage a million people to build 1,000 homes in 100 countries in the next 10 years,” she told one congregation. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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