The decision to give Dorrell and his congregation a place to gather on Sundays was a no-brainer for the Gaines family. With a simple handshake, the deal was sealed.

“[A]bout a month ago, I read about how the I-35 project would impact his church,” Gaines told the Waco Tribune-Herald. “I was sitting in my office one day, day-dreaming, thinking about making a commitment, and we reached out to Jimmy. He came over to the Silos, and we agreed it would make a great fit geographically. We said, ‘Let’s do it,’ and shook hands on it. I trust him because he does what he says he’s going to do.”

This isn’t the first time the Gaines have gone out of their way to do something good for others, either. After Hurricane Harvey swept through Texas, leaving a wake of destruction in its path, Chip and Joanna pitched in to do what they do best — make a home feel like a home again. They volunteered to remodel the home of 81-year-old Doris Davis, whose home had received significant water damage.

Chip posted about the charitable project on Instagram, writing that he was, “So proud to lend a hand.”

Because when it comes to hospitality, nobody does it quite like these two!