"Since its founding in 1996, Village Homes of Fort Worth, Texas has gained a reputation for building unique and inspiring homes combined with quality, innovative design and classic architecture. As the originator for using architectural purity inspired by local homes built in the pre-second world war era, the company prides itself in maintaining this as its core foundation. Village Homes offers proven floor plans, an extensive library of inspirational photos, and a management team that will be your trusted advisor every step of the way. Village Homes has close relationships with the area’s finest architects, craftsmen, trade contractors and vendors, and is committed to putting forth knowledgeable experts to make your dream home a reality."
2817 West 5th Street, Suite B,
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Owner & CEO
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Prior to becoming a Christian eight years ago Faustin Nsengimana’s life was a mess. Faustin was an alcoholic and in terrible physical condition. He severely neglected his family. He was physically and emotionally abusive to his wife and kids, and careless about his kids’ education, food, health insurance, and other basic needs. Faustin said that his kids would sit at home while he drank because he would not pay for them to go to school. He also said that he didn’t even really know what “mutuelle” (health insurance) was at the time. He was only concerned about himself and getting drunk… “I only saved my money in bars.” At his lowest point, he realized that God had bigger plans for him.
Pastor Joel’s story is a beautiful picture of interdependency – a mutual seeing and meeting of needs. Interdependency provides a firm foundation for healthy societal, relational, spiritual, and economic development.
How would you describe poverty? Poverty is best understood as brokenness. Brokenness in relationships, brokenness in access to resources, brokenness in opportunities, spiritual brokenness… On my recent trip to the Dominican Republic with the Keystone Custom Homes team, what I saw in our associates wasn’t poverty. I saw dignity…