This post is a part of a series documenting the renovation of the God’s Way Ltd Function Centre Caretaker’s Residence.
Welcome to the second phase of the Cushnie Function Centre Caretaker’s Residence Renovation Project. With the bulk of the de-construction work having been completed, it was time to move in the forward direction of construction. This started with marking out some of the changes and additions that were to take place to the structure of the building, to make it more functional and improve natural airflow throughout the house.
The works were decided upon by Jesus (AJ Miller), the project manager, in consultation with Cornelius (David Walsh), the on-site manager and carpenter.
God’s Way Ltd directors would like to thank everyone who gives gifts and donations to the organisation. These gifts and donations include but are not limited to: time, effort & resources including finances. All gifts & donations large, small, regular or one off contributions are most appreciated, thank you! Read More
God’s Way Ltd was recently gifted the use of a space that could act as short term accommodation for God’s Way Ltd visitors and volunteers. Two of the company directors, Catherine Spence and Mary Luck, own a 40 acre property in Wilkesdale, Queensland. One of the sheds built on this property was able to be converted to hold a number of bedrooms and a share kitchen. Catherine Spence kindly donated the necessary materials and paid for contractors to complete the work that God’s Way Ltd volunteers and members could not complete themselves.
Welcome to another update from the Construction Team on the Experimental Building Materials Programme, Composite Mixes Project. The desire for this project is to develop a strong and durable building material, which in part uses waste material instead of wholly mined materials in its creation.
You may have been following this experimental project via previous posts, where we have been endeavouring to replace sand in concrete type products with sawdust as far as is possible, whilst still achieving an end product that can be used in construction.
I recently had the opportunity to be selected as a participant in the Volunteer Selection Programme. I have completed a series of writings to share some of my thoughts and feelings during that time.
In Part One of this post I’ll share some background about the Volunteer Selection Project I was involved in and my reflections in the days leading up to the project and arriving at the venue on my very first day.
In Part Two, I’ll let you know how it all turned out and my lasting impressions of the programme and of the God’s Way Ltd organisation.
As it becomes established, God’s Way Ltd is benefiting from the skills, resources and years of experience of the Divine Truth organisation.
This post includes background and history of the Divine Truth Records Team and God’s Way Ltd Information Sharing Branch, which support the sharing of Divine Truth teachings and God’s Way projects with the world. The post is written by Mary and includes contributions from former volunteer Barbara McNair (Barb).
Welcome to another stage of the Composite Mix Building Materials Project, in which we are experimenting using natural and/or recycled products, such as sawdust from timber mill processing, with an intention to create new strong and durable building materials.
This post will describe experiments that the Gods Way Ltd Composite Mix Materials project leader, Cornelius, was inspired to create by observations he made in nature. These occurrences in nature are in harmony with properties or principals that the team would like to uphold or harness in their new building material.
It is undisputed that God is the Master creator, creating things such as planets, solar systems, universes, plants, animals and of course the pinnacle of God’s creation, the human soul.
It could be agreed that those creations are a little more advanced than our Composite Mix project.