23 Feb The Greatest Vehicle of Change
I am ALL IN and ready to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro!
I was raised in a single parent home. My mother worked multiple jobs while fighting cancer and raising four children. Growing up in this environment created two things in my life: an appreciation for generous people and a faith in a God who always provides. I’ll never forget how many people in our local church came to our aid when we were struggling. Whether it was financially, practically, or relationally, God used these people to help my family get through some incredibly difficult times. What impacted me most was how they gave so generously to us — without asking for anything in return. It was grace in action!
When I read the Bible, I see Jesus acting the same way as those people who helped us. He never invoiced the poor for the help He brought them. He just kept His eyes open for those in need and when He saw them, He did what He could do. In my life, I hope to be able to do the same.
My desire is to help raise funds for those who have real and tangible needs in their life. Whether it’s providing shelter, food, clothing, life skill training, or something in between — I just want to help people!
So how does real life change happen? In my opinion, the greatest vehicle of change for this world is through outreach and the local church. It’s why I believe in church planting and why I believe in the Cleveland Hope Center. But in order to accomplish this, I need your help. I can’t do it alone.
Please consider making a generous donation to help me climb Mt. Kilimanjaro and impact the lives of others through the Cleveland Hope Center and church planting.