Dothan, AL - A local Christian youth camp is winding down, and there are dozens of service projects to show for it.
All week long teenagers have been helping with repairs like this one at Eva Paulette “Spirit Woman” Gormley's home.
She lost her leg and has been home bound.
Now thanks to these teens' help, she has a new ramp and can get back to living her life.
“It's a good way to teach people to serve and give back to people who can't do it on their own,” said Gormley.
“It's been such a blessing to show how we can help people and how we can show Christ to them and how it can change them, but also how it can change us,” said Chet Sowell, student.
Wired began five years ago with only 250 students.
It has now grown to more than 650 teens giving back and working in Dothan.
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