IMPACT

One of my strongest spiritual gifts is giving. I have had it on my heart to not only create and give gifts to bless people, but I am called to give beyond my reach. Will you join me? Join me and fight in prayer on behalf of the Nations, as well as prayerfully consider how you might give generously to meet a need. When you purchase a piece of art from my shop, 20% goes directly to one of these non profits. (Feel free to send me an email if there is a specific non profit or need you would like to give to, I am open to reaching beyond what is written here.)

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HOPES PROMISE : ORPHAN CARE

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OPEN HANDS 
OPEN HEART

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WORLD HELP

I was adopted through Hopes Promise. Back in the fall of 2019, I had the privilege of joining Hopes Promise Team on a Connection Team Trip. To sum it up in brief, it was an unforgettable and overwhelming trip. It was a joy to see the impact on God working in and through Hopes Promise. I not only was an orphan myself, but growing up in a family of 8 where 5 of the 8 are adopted, God has impressed orphans on my heart. I have a heart to reach orphans, parents or single moms who need help. Please consider joining me in supporting the orphans and widow...

Here I intentionally left this space blank because I wanted it to remind me to keep my hands and heart open to the Lord's leading. If there is a need within the church, need for funding a mission trip, or whatever it may be, I want to be open and willing to give generously where there is a need. Please join me in praying, Father God let your heart beat in my chest...

I had the privilege of going on a short term mission trip to Guatemala back in January of 2017 and January of 2018. SouthGate Church along with a few other local churches adopted a village in Guatemala. It was such an honor to travel with a team and see the impact of God's hand, His provision and His grace. The impact that World Help has made and continues to make in Guatemala blows my mind. Please join me in reaching and fighting in prayer for the unreached, "Hope for today, hope for tomorrow"...