Our son Paul and his family took us to Half Moon for Father’s Day. Three generations of Loewen men. We are so blessed. For a change, I was able to enjoy the ‘scenic’ Henderson Highway from the passenger seat of a van, instead of the seat of a bike. Thank you guys for this special outing.
On our way back we stopped to take a very special photo. This is the future home of the so-called ‘Mully house’. Our friends from the Riverbend Hutterite Colony are RTM home builders. They sold a house that is presently under construction, to the owners of this property on Henderson Highway.
Many of the sub-contractors and suppliers are either giving huge discounts or in some cases even free service/products. Riverbend Colony is donating all the labour, etc. In other words, all proceeds from the sale of this home will go to Mully Children’s Family. It it is becoming a huge fundraising initiative. There will be a celebration and home dedication/fundraising event at the Riverbend Colony on August 10th. We will bring our Kenyan friends to Riverbend to help celebrate MCF’s 30 year anniversary, Charles Mulli’s 70th birthday year, the 15,000 children (now adults) that have graduated from MCF and the completion of my 15,000 km ride and our 15th year of extreme cycling events on behalf of MCF.
The plan, Lord-willing, is to move the house into place on (Henderson Hwy) on August 12th.
Beginning tomorrow morning at 5 am, I will pass the flag 24x/day. The MCF flag on the side of the road will serve as constant reminder of why I am doing this. It will be a huge encouragement for me. Thank you Michael Maendel and Riverbend Colony for partnering with us and MCF in such a powerful way. Blessings on you. God is good.