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HabiChat Newsletter November/December 2014

Global Village trip is life changing for one UWF graduate By Charlotte Crane In February this year, Michael Dwyer, a UWF MBA graduate, Air Force veteran and commercial real estate employee, quit his job, left the A.F. reserves, set aside a stack of law school acceptances, packed his bags and headed for Guatemala – and a new mission. A critical …

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Global Village: Our Tithe in Action

Thursday, November 13, 2014 Pensacola Habitat builds simple, decent homes; it’s what we’re known for.  Since 1981, we’ve built over 1,000 in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, but few people know about the 123 homes we’ve also built abroad. How do we make this happen while also swinging hammers at home? Through a Habitat for Humanity International program called the …

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Teamwork

Team building, teammate, teamwork, team spirit, team sport, team leader

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 Its funny how often we use the word “team” in the English language, but how infrequently we are actually required to work as a team in our society.  Perhaps your work group is organized into teams or you play on a rec league team? What happens if you take a vacation day or miss a game? …

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Buenos dias from Solola, Guatemala!

Monday, November 10, 2014 Buenos dias from Solola, Guatemala!  This week sixteen Pensacola Habitat volunteers are taking an opportunity to serve in a new way by traveling to build with the Global Village program.  Although the styles of construction, language, and cultures differ, the reasons to build are the same.  With a housing shortage of 1.8 million homes for a …

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