Three Springs Ministries
Since it’s origin in 1982, Brett King Builder has been involved with Three Springs Ministries, a retreat center in Morris Pa., Tioga County.
The purpose of Three Springs Ministries is “to assist churches who desire to achieve maximum life impact in people of all ages by providing quality facilities, dedicated staff cultivating Christian community, and exceptional programming leading to encounters with God.”
Three Springs is an interdenominational ministry, with no specific denomination affiliation, and seeks to clearly promote the gospel of Jesus Christ and the truths of God’s Word.
Over the years Brett King Builder has been involved with various renovation/building projects on the property. It’s always a highlight of our staff to leave bustling Bucks County and spend their work days in beautiful northern Pa. While working with unskilled volunteers, Brett’s supervision is always an asset allowing for much to be accomplished.
Linck Hill Inn
Down the country road from Three Springs property is the Linck Hill Inn, originally built in 1900. It was purchased by Three Springs with the desire to become a place for groups, individuals, couples, leadership teams, and families to find “retreat.”
Brett and his team again joined forces with groups of solicited volunteers to restore the 6000 square foot mansion.
Handicap Accessible Trailer
Brett and his crew are committed to investing into the lives of those in need. They are always open to opportunities as they are made aware of different situations where their skills can be of service.
Due to severe health issues resulting in over a year’s stay in the hospital, wheelchair accessibility was needed in a local family’s home. Brett and the Brett King Builder team headed up a group effort of gracious volunteers to redesign and remodel the family’s trailer to make it suitable for a wheelchair.
Brett and our lead carpenter Rick Sieffert packed up their tools and traveled south to Mississippi with a group of local volunteers. Greeted by one devastation after another, the team rebuilt by day and slept in tents by night. Brett had the privilege of meeting many of the grateful home owners while he conducted the grim task of accessing their individual houses. It was a most humbling and rewarding trip as they experienced trusting, very appreciative people who still expressed they had hope.