From 1980, Macedonian’s Building Projects have occurred in 26 out of the 50 states across the U.S., in addition to 12 countries around the world which include Peru, Japan, New Zealand, Indonesia, Belize, Costa Rica, Vanuatu, Brazil, Mexico, Honduras, Romania, and Australia. Macedonian builders help missionaries and churches construct sanctuaries, fellowship halls and multipurpose buildings along with working with them on masterplanning, site development, plan design, value engineering, and material supply. Macedonian builders had the great privilege of building its own offices. Through all 89 building projects, a total of 6,531 workers volunteered, a total of 956 days worked, and 672,620 man hours performed.


Sponsoring Church:
White Oak Baptist Church
Nancy, KY


Brant was born and raised in Georgia. He and his wife Michelle have been blessed with four children, and their passion is serving the Lord. In 1999, he graduated from Georgia Southern University with a Bachelors Degree in Building Contracting and Construction. He also received a Minor in Construction Finance and has a Master of Arts Degree in Theological Studies from Liberty University. For eight years, the Lord gave him the opportunity to own a custom home business. In January of 2007, he surrendered to a call to the ministry, and since then, he has been working full time with Macedonian Missionary Service as the Builder Project Director, as well as working in Evangelism.


Sponsoring Church:
Hilcrest Baptist Church
Acworth, GA
Pastor: Mike Maxwell

Paul T. Lamb was born in Akron, Ohio in 1959, married his sweetheart, Greta, in 1984, and was saved and baptized in the Spring of 2003 at Hillcrest Baptist Church, under the leadership of the late Pastor Paul Vance. Later that same year, he went on his first building project in Greenwood Springs, Mississippi. In October of 2009, after working in the construction industry for more than 35 years, he accepted God’s call into the building ministry full time as a Construction Planner and Coordinator with Macedonian Missionary Service. Through Macedonian and his sponsoring churches, he has been blessed to serve on projects throughout the United States, from Maine to Florida to California, and in Mexico, Belize and Peru.

Sponsoring Church:
Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church
Joaquin, TX
Pastor: Joe Innerarity

Ben Brittian was born in Minden Louisiana in 1980 but grew up in East Texas in the small town of Joaquin where he still lives with his wife of 13 years, Tiffany, and three sons Lariat, Chandler, and Ryland. Ben was blessed with parents that raised him in church which allowed him the opportunity of hearing God’s Word. As a result, he was saved at the early age of 8 years old and became a member of Bethlehem MBC where today he serves as a Deacon. Ben was blessed in 2009 to go on his first building project. In 2010 his life was changed by answering Gods call to go fulltime in the Building Ministry. Little did he know God was not done with him yet. In 2012 Ben answered Gods call to preach His Word. “This has been a tremendous blessing for our Family,” says Ben. “It has allowed us to meet many people and visit many of His churches. It has also opened the door for us to spread the word about the Macedonian Mission Service. I am excited to be a part of this team as a staff member and look forward to serving God in any way he allows me to.”


Give_ButtonFinancial Needs

Donations to the Builders Ministry helps to purchase tools for trailer, expenses to move trailers, maintenance on trailers/trucks, shipping of tools for foreign builds, etc.

Building Supply Needs

  • Tool trailer suppliesbuilders
  • Nail guns (trim, framing, roofing)
  • Skill saws
  • Sheet rock equipment (knives, pans, squares)
  • Small individual tools (hammers, framing square, screwdrivers, etc.)
  • Cordless equipment (drills, hammer drills, saws)
  • Corded equipment (drills and saws)
  • Table saw
  • Generator
  • Electrical tools (strippers, wire cutters, etc.)
  • Socket set
  • Gloves
  • Eye protection
  • Paint equipment (caulk guns, brushes, buckets, drop cloths)
  • Shovels, rakes
  • Garbage cans
  • Plumbing tools (monkey wrench, copper cutters, etc.)
  • Brooms and dust pans
  • Tool bags for holding small tools
  • Scaffolding and walk boards
  • Air compressor and hoses