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George Rogers, a KTBS 3 Dream Home contractor says there are a few reasons why he does all of the work for nothing.

Rogers has always been a man of very few words but says that after he did the first dream home, God asked him to do the next one. Rogers was assigned to build all of the dream homes from that point on until his son started building a few years ago.

He says that numerous times he felt like quitting until the Lord spoke to him again in church one Sunday morning. Rogers says that his preacher asked the congregation during a sermon one more "what is your purpose to be here if you don't help somebody else?" And from there, he felt that was his calling.

The kids at St. Jude have never met Rogers and probably never will but while they were fighting for their lives, so was Rogers and he did it with a simple yes.

"I've been a Christian all of my life. I love my Lord but you can't so no if He asks you to do something and you'll know if He asks you to do it" says Rogers.

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