Alexis Herrick is a high school senior who payed $250 to volunteer her time to help make someone's life better, "It's a lot of fun to meet new people, especially they share the same faith as you. It's just a great experience to come out and help someone who needs it more than you do", says Herrick.
A nationally recognized non-profit, World Changers has brought their focus to West Texas. Lead by pastors, each project takes about one week to complete, then a new group is brought in for another project.
Kaitlyn Luke was a volunteer herself, before she became a coordinator. "I've been a participant every summer since sixth grade". Luke tells us.
And when they take a break? A time of Bible study and prayer. "I've been able to help paint houses, roof houses, build porches, and different tasks like that", says Luke.
But you won't hear complaining coming from this youth group, "It's kind of miserable conditions, but it's so rewarding to know that what we're doing helps people" says volunteer, Hillary Ford.
Even in the scorching heat, you hear the sounds of laughter, fellowship, and hammers.
For more information on the World Changers program, or how you can get involved, visit the World Changers website here.