Pilgrim Way Construction

Pilgrim Way Construction was created spring of 2016.  Each blog post represents a job, but this blog does not contain all of the jobs we have completed over the past few years.

Pilgrim Way Construction, it is not the name of our business, it is the name of our blog, where we may post information about the work we do for those interested.  We are some independent contractors who share the same beliefs.  We chose "Pilgrim Way Construction" for the blog name because we travel across the country passing through cities and states to do a wide variety of construction for those whom we know or who have come into contact with us through "word of mouth" whether working on houses, families, souls, etc., we strive for eternal labors alone. If you have a spiritually lost son or daughter that needs to come home and you need encouragement; if your spouse left you and your hurting inside and the pain is too unbearable to be alone; if your heart has become calloused and your love cold; if when you read what Jesus taught and find none living those teachings and become confused: we would be glad to spend some time with you.

If you live in one state, Florida for example, but have some property in Vermont or elsewhere, and would like to remodel, build an addition, new construction or a pole barn, in some situations we would be willing to camp on the property while working on the project(s).

David's wife Tsipporah and sister Toscha are also fellow laborers as modest seamstresses able to sew tunics, dresses, bike panniers, hats, phone cases, various bags & coats. Besides these, they are co-laborers in the Word ministering to women and children throughout the world (Titus 2).

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