God has continued to change our hearts. He has given us a deeper meaning of what it means to love God, love people. We have a deeper compassion for others. We have seen the “least of these” and have fallen in
love with them. We have been moved to live more simply, want less, and give more (not only monetarily but with our lives as well). We have been introduced to the homeless in Houston through a street church on Montrose. We have been introduce to Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere and our hearts burn for them. We have made contacts there and my wife will be making a trip there in May. We have been introduced to others whom God is moving; kindred hearts and kindred spirits. We are not the same and we are thankful.

Complacency is no longer an option. We want to be more and do more for the cause of Christ. We don’t want to just play church or play Christian. We no longer are satisfied with just “doing” church. We want to make a difference.

We have been praying, seeking, and asking God to move in our hearts towards what He wants us to do. We have been asking Him how all of our passions and desires could fit together to make a difference.

This is when God began to work in our hearts to work with a mission agency and/or organization that provides much needed help to those who need it; both physically and spiritually. Such as clean water in Africa, water and baby formula to Haiti, etc.

This is our heart’s cry. It is a passion of ours. We want to see it happen. We will do what we need to in order to see it happen.

For those of you who have been a part of our journey and/or we have met along the way we say thank you.

Thank you for all of your prayers and support.



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