Mission & Vision
To give a voice to those
who cannot speak,
and to stand up for the rights
of those who are suffering,
and in need.
- Proverbs 31:8-9 (paraphrase)
We are committed to providing
opportunities, potential homes and families
for youth vulnerable to neglect,
abuse, and potential trafficking situations.
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My team and I were thrilled to dig our first well. Water is life!
I’d like to give you a short update of our time yesterday ministering at a brothel. This certain brothel is connected to a casino and hotel where people travel from all over the world to participate in legal prostitution. My … Continue reading
I just got back from ministering to Ivy League students and it was such a wonderful trip! I will never forget waking up at 6am Easter morning to baptize students in the pool of the Marriott
Gordon MacKenzie, chief creative revolutionary at Hallmark Cards, retired after 30 years to become an artist-in-residence in the Overton Park public schools in Kansas. He describes in his book Orbiting the Giant Hairball how he asked every group of … Continue reading
I’m getting really excited about this upcoming trip! I always look forward to going back to Costa Rica but this trip in particular I have such great expectations for. We will be flying in a lady from Nefarious who has spoken … Continue reading
I’m excited about the vision for our Creative Arts Center that is coming together. Working on the business plan, going to school and planning for our Mar/Apr Costa Rica trip is keeping me busy.
Today I met with some friends in Redding who are starting a business selling whole sale products from Costa Rica on an online storefront and donate the proceeds to the Arts Center. I am more and more amazed at how this … Continue reading
Today I spent the afternoon with a dear friend, Nicole Thurman who came with me on this recent trip. Nicole, and a very small team of people successfully rescued over fifty girls out of trafficking in Hawaii and helped to … Continue reading
After such a great trip it has been a bit hard to settle back into life as usual at home. I’m back in the classroom now as well as working on the business plan for the creative arts center and … Continue reading