Grammy-Winning Christian Artist Jason Crabb Joins Nonprofit God’s Pit Crew to Showcase Two New Homes for Kentucky Tornado Survivors | News

A photo from May 11 shows God’s Pit Crew volunteers and staff building a home for tornado survivors.

MUHLENBERG COUNTY, KY – Two-time Grammy-winning Christian artist Jason Crabb will join the nonprofit God’s Pit Crew on Friday to reveal newly built homes for two families in the Bremen area, in Kentucky, who lost their previous homes during the December tornado outbreak. .

The nonprofit says one of the houses will go to a woman named Autumn who lost her husband and her home and was seriously injured in the storm. The other house will be presented to the Vanover family, who also lost everything in the tornado outbreak. Both families will see their new homes for the first time on Friday and receive their keys.

According to a press release, volunteers and staff from God’s Pit Crew built the two homes in just 18 days. Not only are the houses newly built, but they will also be fully furnished and decorated.

As Local 6 reported earlier this monthGod’s Pit Crew also builds single-family homes in Marshall County, as well as homes in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, and Dresden, Tennessee.

“We are thrilled for these families and very grateful to our incredible volunteers who put their hearts into this project. We thank them and our wonderful partners and donors who help us bring hope, healing and restoration to these families,” God’s Pit Crew Founder and Chairman Randy Johnson said in a statement released Wednesday.

Crabb, a Beaver Dam native, will be on hand Friday to help welcome families to their new homes.

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For more information about God’s Pit Crew, to donate, or to contact the organization to find out how you can help, visit

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