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Books of John’s legacy started decades before the non profit handyman service existed as a company. John is the family name passed down for generations in the Roper Family.  Books of John exists because of the amazing foundation and heart that previous generations set the example for.  It is in our blood to care for widows, widowers, and the needy. 

Acknowledging the distinct hurdles encountered by individuals aging in place, especially following the loss of a spouse, our nonprofit handyman service extends a helping hand. With a skilled team of “handy” men and women, we provide comprehensive assistance, ranging from fixing leaky faucets and electrical issues to enhancing living spaces through painting and gardening.

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In addition to providing essential handyman services, we actively cultivate a sense of community within our organization. Our dedicated volunteers respond to calls for assistance with enthusiasm and compassion, going above and beyond to lend a helping hand wherever it’s needed. However, we strive for more than just momentary aid – we aim to establish enduring connections with those we serve. By structuring our support services in a way that fosters lasting relationships, we create a sense of belonging and continuity for both our volunteers and the individuals they assist. Through these meaningful interactions, we not only address immediate needs but also nurture a supportive community where everyone feels valued and supported.

Our commitment to fostering community extends beyond the practical assistance we provide. We recognize that true impact is achieved through building meaningful connections and fostering a sense of belonging. By offering our services in a manner that encourages ongoing engagement and relationship-building, we create opportunities for mutual support and understanding. Through these efforts, we aim to cultivate a strong sense of community where individuals feel empowered to both give and receive assistance, fostering a spirit of collaboration and compassion that enriches the lives of all involved.

Jesus did not ever decide what His work would be..
He got his “To-Do” list from the Father and He finished that list as a faithful servant would.

John 17:4​

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