Coffee Is A Human Right

I met someone last night who works at a coffee shop in an area heavily populated by those who are homeless, suffering with mental illness, drug addiction and other issues. The coffee shop essentially acts as a service to the people in the area, and the person I met said she thinks everyone, no matter … Continue reading Coffee Is A Human Right

The Next Big Step for the Next Big Adventure

I've traveled nearly every state in the USA, walked thousands of miles pilgrim-style along the west coast and met so many incredible people over the past 9 years. Now I'm preparing to move overseas to one of the poorest countries on earth to live and work locally in the region to discover and meet needs. … Continue reading The Next Big Step for the Next Big Adventure

6 days to go!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dj2xZZMF_mU Dear Friends, I am in the process of moving with my soon-to-be-wife to one of the poorest countries in the world where I am committing at least the next five years to build long-term relationships with people locally, working to create and develop projects that will meet needs and transform lives for the better. … Continue reading 6 days to go!

8 days until Chicago Training

Dear Friends, Since the beginning of 2019 I have been preparing to move overseas to one of the poorest countries in Central Asia to live and work for a minimum of five years to serve people in need. I am entering the next stage in this process, and I greatly need your help to move … Continue reading 8 days until Chicago Training

Man finds hope again after loss of son and wife

He staggered about the campgrounds scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. David was his name and within the first few minutes (sometimes seconds) he would explain to whomever he met that his wife was murdered and his son committed suicide one week after. Those events occurred two years … Continue reading Man finds hope again after loss of son and wife

How having an eye-disease helped me see and do more than I ever thought I would

I was diagnosed with keratoconus, an eye-disease that causes a misshaping of the cornea within the eye, in 2003 when I attempted to get my driver's license. Being home-educated, I was never really in a “chalkboard” kind of environment and didn't realize there was something off about the way my eyes worked. I went to … Continue reading How having an eye-disease helped me see and do more than I ever thought I would