Maranatha International Gets Own HGTV Show

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ROSEVILLE, Calif. — Adventist construction nonprofit Maranatha International has made denominational history by being the first Adventist organization to get its own HGTV (Home & Garden Television) show.

The new HGTV programming will follow Maranatha volunteers around the world as they build churches, eat veggie food and sing “kumbaya” on short term mission trips.

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“We chose Maranatha for our new show because these guys know how to have fun on the job,” said an HGTV statement announcing the show, “their volunteers never commit to a mission trip unless there is at least one day of beach time worked in.”

The statement said that in addition to beach days off, Maranatha volunteers “won’t lift a finger to do any construction work on Saturdays but instead have a really strange habit of using their tape measures to determine the depth of pools of water before doing what they call ‘Sabbath wading.'”


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One Comment

  1. richeerich

    I don’t need a measuring tape to figure out the depth of the pool water or the beach. If it reaches my knee caps, I am good to go. I don’t intend to walk on water, only in it! Watch me as I crunch my Little Debbies.

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