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A Church in Hawaii is battling homelessness by deploying Alaskan home domes that look like igloos and are easy to transport and assemble. The First Assembly of God in Honolulu
HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Senior Pastor Klayton Ko, of First Assembly of God in Red Hill, wanted to do something to help the homeless. His answer: 21 fiberglass panels held together by screws. The
Hawaii is implementing a homeless solution that is just plain cool — and hopefully effective: igloos. The First Assembly of God church plans to order a dozen igloos from Alaska to house homeless
As the homelessness crisis continues to afflict most major cities all over the world, a church on the Hawaiian island of Oahu has decided to start constructing igloo-type structures as
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