by Michael Speegle
“Whatever we can do,” said Scott Moore. Scott is the VP of Southwestern Electrical Contracting. Scott grew up in Clovis watching his parents support our main campus in Portales. He has carried on the spirit of giving through SEC office in Alamogordo. Southwestern Electrical Contracting has been a faithful and generous supporter for many years. Scott was very excited to hear about our Fountaingate Campus opening in the Dog Canyon area.
Chris Jones did a magnificent job coordinating men to help us become prepared to house residents. He sent us Chance, Tommy, Harold, and John. These men installed smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, emergency lights, and EXIT signs. They were also able to get lights and switches working that would not beforehand.
We appreciated the advice they gave us about upcoming inspections and how to save energy. There was no question their hearts were to support our mission.
What had a lasting impression on me was their servant hearts, a reflection of their boss’s servant heart. I cannot tell you how many times the guys mentioned, “Scott really has a heart to help ministries like yours. He wants us to do whatever you need. Just tell us. We also appreciate the type of work you do.” With their expertise and service, we passed our fire inspection. Soon CYFD will inspect us for licensing. We would not have gotten this far as quickly without the men from Southwestern Electrical Contracting. Thank you for your hard work, support, and professionalism.
Would you like to volunteer? Would you like to know how you might get involved with the Fountaingate Campus or a campus near you? Visit our website, www.nmbch.com, for more information on partnering with New Mexico Baptist Children's Home & Family Ministries.