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On August 1st 2010 I'll be traveling to Nassau Bahamas to give service to the All Saints Aids Camp. To fund the trip I'll be running the Karner Blue Half Marathon on July 17th 2010. Help me end this race with JOY! Blessings and love to all! Thank you

 August 1st  2010 I'll be traveling back to Nassau Bahamas for another mission to the ALL SAINTS AIDS CAMP.

My last visit I spent rebuilding a front porch, mixing cement for a sidewalk that runs through the entire community, rebuilding a small home, and doing a special project with one of the precious hearts named Paulette. We bring good news of empowerment and a voice to a forgotten community by offering an ear to listen, a hand to hold and a heart to pray.

Though my personal path through religion has taken many turns, my faith is unwavering. This gypse heart will find it's home just as sure as the next. I'm traveling through a non-profit organization called Next Step Ministries. This Christian oganization fosters opportunities to grow through unparalleled experiences on perspective of a global community.

I've elected to run in THE 6TH ANNUAL KARNER BLUE HALF MARATHON on JULY 17TH 2010 to fundraise for material costs and some travel expenses. The run starts and finishs in the Field of Honor Park; a memorial constructed for war veterans of our world wars, Korean, and Vietnam. With a grandfather who served for his country in Vietnam, I am proud to carry on his legacy in service.

"And I think that's what our world is desperately in need of - lovers, people who are building deep, genuine relationships with fellow strugglers along the way, and who actually know the faces of the people behind the issues they are concerned about."
— Shane Claiborne

It matters of love.. you must send yourself. So on I go. Thank you all for supporting my mission. Any small contribution goes miles beyond what you can see. Please know that I am endlessly thankful.

 

 

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