Gene Buinger, superintendent of the HEB schools, will speak on Monday at a special meeting of community leaders regarding the needs in our area. Dr. Buinger said 6 Stones has been an asset to the schools because it has created a one-stop, non-profit organization that in one year has involved 20 to 30 churches to refer students and families. Buinger envisions a cadre of churches and community organizations working together to revitalize many of the 100,000 homes in the HEB area that were built in the 1950s and ‘60s.

“Our children cannot learn if they are hungry or if they are moving every 60 days if they get evicted,” remarked Buinger. “If we can keep this kind of involvement with our schools, we can produce a successful learning environment.”



1 Comment

  1. Muchai on May 4, 2010 at 12:06 pm

    May God bless you for your wonderful effort in doing his work. I am excited every time I read about what you are doing in your church. How I wish every Baptist church would copy you. We would reach double the people we reach today.

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