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HiS PRINT Ministries has been blessed since 2007 to have the opportunity to stay in the house of Janko Putric, a Croatian brother in Christ, while in Sisak on our Mission Learning Opportunities. The house has become a second home to us and we have brought many from America, as well as from around the globe, to rest in its comfort. In 2013 we began expansion, based on a vision that the HiS PRINT Team and Janko had to increase the use of the house, now appropriately called HiS HOUSE. The expansion started with a covered outdoor patio that allows us to feed more people and the addition of 4 cabins that sleep 12 people. We have also taken the attic above the garage and expanded it into a meeting space, "The Upper Room", where we can hold meetings for teams, conferences, churches and clinics. Today HiS HOUSE can host 30 people in beds, with the upper room available for an additional 20 under roof. We are also blessed with two garage areas that have been expanded to store the equipment that is shipped over yearly. In addition to the new outdoor patio we have two additional patios for areas of relaxation. One is completed and the other is on our next expansion project. The next expansion project is threefold: 1. Completion of the back patio with railing and flooring. 2. Repurposing one of the garage areas into a commercial kitchen, which will better equip us to feed the growing number of people staying at HiS HOUSE. 3. New construction of a separate storage space to replace space lost with the kitchen expansion. HiS HOUSE is available throughout the year, providing a comfortable and affordable meeting place that has His Spirit throughout. There is a common theme for those who visit: there is something very special about HiS HOUSE, and all seem to feel a comfort while staying there like no other place they have been!
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