HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - More than two and a half years after an Oahu church made international headlines for its plan to build igloo-shaped shelters for the homeless, families are finally moving in.
Menaced by a hurricane, an erupting volcano, and an ever-growing spool of bureaucratic red tape, two years after First Assembly of Honolulu Senior Pastor Klayton Ko felt prodded by the Holy Spirit to build a Christian community for homeless single moms and children, The Shelter is ready for residents.
KANEOHE, Hawaii - The name of a newly opened transitional housing lot fits its mission. What’s being called "The Shelter,” will be a temporary home for nearly 45 single homeless women and their children.
KAHALUU, OAHU (HawaiiNewsNow) – While lawmakers continue to push for taxpayer-funded homeless ‘ohana’ zones, construction began Friday on what Pastor Klayton Ko calls a homeless ‘faith zone.’ In 2016, the