Former Pastor Provides Free Car Repair Service for Women in Need at “God’s Garage”
A former pastor is now helping women with a free auto repair service in Conroe, Texas.
PC, “Pastor Chris,” Williams runs God’s Garage in the Texas city, helping single women, widows and military wives.
“My dad went to tech school to become a mechanic before he became a pastor, and I followed him into the pastor side of things, but didn’t know much about cars,” he said. “My dad taught me the basics of car care, and I grew up watching him help people stuck on the side of the road.”
As an adult, however, Williams said he struggled financially and had many car problems beyond his skill set.
“I prayed to God many times that my car would start in the morning so I could get to work. No money for parts, much less labor!” he said. “I told God that if I could make a difference for people in my situation, I would gladly help them.”
He said he was working as a youth pastor in Montgomery, Texas and driving home when he saw a woman and her child walking in the rain. He recognized them as part of the church where he worked.
“They told me that their car had been in the shop for months and they couldn’t afford to get it out,” Williams said. “Right then, I decided that I needed to figure out a way to get my dream of opening a free garage off the ground.”
He said some car dealerships and auto repair shops can be known for taking advantage of women, so he wanted to offer an honest repair service.
Continue reading here.
[Editor’s Note: This article was written by Amanda Casanova and originally published at Christian Headlines. Title changed by P&P.]
Subscribe to our mailing list!
Pulpit & Pen now offers subscribers a weekly newsletter. The newsletter will contain links to all our posts delivered conveniently to your inbox. Occasionally, subscribers will receive exclusive updates not available on the website. To subscribe, simply enter your email address below.
Enter your email address below…
Also, please add email@example.com to your contacts to ensure that your newsletter doesn’t go into your spam folder. (If you don't see an email confirmation from us right away, please check your spam folder.)