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Missionaries to Amish

  • Joe and Esther Keim
  • Jonas and Mary Yoder Family
  • Samuel and Polly Girod

Mission to Amish People

New Beginnings Campaign

The Plan | The Good News | The Invitation

 

About New Beginnings

1.  Learn more about New Beginnings.

2.  Have your name added to the Legacy Wall.

Legacy Wall

 

 

 

 

*  The Legacy Wall will later be moved and hung
     on a wall at New Beginnings Homestead.

 

Join the Team

1.  Click on any percentage box below (takes you to a fill-in/donation form).

2.  Come back often and watch green take over yellow.

*  All donations are tax deductible.


To get involved, click on category name or percentage number in the boxes.

 

KITCHEN AND BATH CABINETS ($410 @ Share)

66% 

TRIM, KNOBS, PAINT ($255 @ Share)

33% 

HEATING AND COOLING ($577 @ Share)

50% 

WATER AND SEWER ($103 @ Share)

38% 

DRYWALL ($800 @ Share)

54% 

PLUMBING ($462 @ Share)

23% 

CONCRETE/MASONRY ($521 @ Share)

42% 

ELECTRIC ($262 @ Share)

3% 

PERMIT, SITE PREP, BASEMENT, LABOR ETC. ($4,550 @ Share)

100%

Windows I ($336 ea)

27% 

Windows II ($269 ea)

100% 

Interior Doors I ($116 ea)

100%

Interior Doors II ($109 ea)

100% 

Exterior Doors ($608 ea)

100% 

 

Select an items below (takes you to a fill-in/payment form)

*  Items will be CROSSED OUT, as they are donated toward. 

BASEMENT

$9 (5 1/2" Sill Sealer)              $95 (Sill Sealer)

$153 (2x6’s)                               $201 (Adhesive)

$2,760 (2x4’s)                           $746 (Stairways)

$2,097 (3/4 OSB)                      $673 (2x8’s)

$7,340 (2x10’s)

WALLS

$24 (2x8’s)                                 $2,138 (2x4’s)

$255 (House Wrap)                 $284 (2x12’s)

$1,632 (7/16 OSB)                  

$2,646 (2x6’s)

PORCH

$112 (Trim)                                $334 (2x12’s)

$709 (6x6 Posts/Wrap)

INSULATION

$145 (Rafter Mate)                 $335 (R-11 Insulation)

$1,715 (R-19 Insulation)        $2,218 (Blow-in Insulation)

SIDING AND SOFFIT

$19 (Trim Nails)                        $64 (Caulking)

$129 (Undersill Trim)              $164 (Starter Strip)

$169 (Corner)                            $256 (Aluminum Trim)

$259 (J Channel)                      $285 (Fascia)

$341 (F Channel)                      $762 (Soffit)

$2,895 (Vinyl Siding)

ROOF

$163 (Seal/Expanding Foam)              $218 (Drip Edge)

$246 (2x6’s)                                              $304 (Snow Bar)

$312 (Flashing)                                        $395 (2x4’s)

$451 (Univent)                                         $476 (Screws)

$548 (Wind/Water Seal)                       $730 (Corner/Ridge Cap)

$895 (Vapor Barrier)                              $3,347 (1x2 Plywood/clips)

$4,771 (Metal Roof)                               $9,350 (Truss System)

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Upcoming Events

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  • Jun 27 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.
  • Jul 2 Amish Voice Conference Call
    Amish Conference Line Discussion
  • Jul 4 Prayer Meeting
    Every Tuesday night we gather at our house to pray, which is something we have done every week for 15 years. We fight for lost and back-slid souls. We fight for the the Amish and former Amish. We fight for the ministry, donors, staff and volunteers.