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Poverty In Haiti

Welcome to Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. With a population of over 9.5 million and over 75% of those living in extreme poverty and the same percentage… Read More

Poverty in a tutu

This weekend I was in TJ, Mexico building a house with my good friend Matt and a team from Indianapolis. As I was cutting shingles for the roof I asked Jesus to speak to me about issues that are on his mind and heart. I am starting to prepare a teaching on Justice/Calling and Steps [...] Read More

Steps Of Justice Step 1

I just wanted to give you an update on the Steps Of Justice ministry that I am working on and also ask you if you would consider giving to it. I know this is blunt and to the point, but we need people to give ($1 to $100 or anything in there) in order to [...] Read More

Steps of Justice at Jr. High camp

This week I am teaching at the Jr. High camp up in Washington St. It is cold, rainy (Washington rain, not torrential downpour), and I am sleeping in a tent with a bunch of loud yet cool Jr. High students. We had different workshops today and I facilitated two on justice focussed issues. I was not sure [...] Read More

Tom’s ‘A Day Without Shoes’

Yesterday was Tom’s “A day without shoes” day. I love these events where it causes me to constantly think about the injustice I are praying for as I put thoughts and prayers into action. I am currently at the YWAM facility in TJ, Mexico parenting my kids as my wife staffs the school of photography [...] Read More