From Concept to Design & Implementation, Handymen of America never loses its' focus. What's at task... whether large or small, the Spirit of Excellence is in everything we do.
We are very proud to announce that Handymen of America has been asked by Faith Fellowship Ministries' in Sayreville, New Jersey to build a time machine for their Children's Ministry Dept, Faith All Star Kids Church.
We believe that what you sow today will bear fruit tomorrow, and in abundance. In this case, for a good cause that helps children of today become believers in God, children that become our leaders of tomorrow.
Handymen of America and other volunteers help serve for a good cause.
Children's Pastor Jacob Burgei of FFM on right poses with Joseph Routis Jr, Owner of Handymen of America.
Behind, Joseph Jr. and family with Iris, FFM Security.
Handymen of America Builds a Time Machine!
Handymen of America Helps Cavalry Temple of Wayne, New Jersey set up their Stage for an Easter Show.
Here Pastor Thomas Keinath as Herod and other participants pose for pictures after the end of a three day performance. Handymen of America is proud to have participated in this very important venue to touch people's hearts with the Holy Spirit.
Jennifer Routis (front picture) and Joseph Routis (rear picture), owners of Handymen of America brings hot Filipino style chicken arroz caldo soup to the homeless living under a highway ramp during a visit with Rev. Dr. Thomas Keinath of Cavalry Temple Church in Wayne, New Jersey. Believing that "In order to help these people and to understand how it is to live on the streets and feel their pain, following the example from Christians of Caesarea during the fourth century when Christians were caring for the sick and dying while everyone else was fleeing the plague ridden city, Dr. Keinath who is pastor of a wealthy congregation chose to spend a week in the freezing January cold with the homeless".
Handymen of America brings soothing hot soup to the homeless "Bridge Boys" of Paterson.
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Joseph Routis gets baptized by the Reverend Dr. Thomas Keinath at the Dead Sea in Israel.