Being a great dad isn’t about being perfect. Being a great dad is about persevering, never giving up. Dick Hoyt’s perseverance is truly inspiring. Watch this video which tells his story.
We are asking people to go the day barefoot to experience a life without shoes first-hand, and to hep spread awareness of the impact a simple pair of shoes can bring to a child’s life. Check out these great videos & twitpic your feet if you’re participating.
For most people St. Patrick’s Day if celebrated at all is simply the next holiday to decorate for after Valentine’s Day, or an excuse to break out the green clothing and drink some green beer. But do you know who Saint Patrick really was?
In the Search for God and Guinness, Stephen Mansfield tells the story of the Guinness family. While the book recounts the amazing rise of one of the must successful breweries in the world, what makes the book and the Guiness family fascinating is the accounts of their character, faith, and generosity. Comment, share, and retweet to win a copy for yourself.
Bryan Meyers purchased a “Bag O’ Crap” from Woot. He was in Haiti during the earthquake and one of the items that came in the bag saved his life.
I found A Million Miles in a Thousand Years enjoyable to read. But more than that it’s the kind of book that can change the reader’s life. So, I want to give away a copy.
Dear Deana, Chris and the whole Cypress Arts team,
Thanks so much for the money you contributed towards the trip Jennifer and I took to Nakuru, Kenya. It was a blessing to learn that the airline wasn’t going to charge us for the two checked bags Jennifer and I each took. That freed us up to use the money given for other purposes. I thought you might want to know about some of the ways God used and blessed your generosity.
Today we experienced some amazing community – with a church in the rural village of Kabarak and in a traditional Kenyan dinner with friends. Plus an update on Samuel, Dorcus’s son.
Wednesday in Kenya we experienced the beautiful and the not so beautiful as we served a community living on a landfill and then visited Lake Elementaita and Menengai Crater.
Only 17 days before Jennifer and I are supposed to board a plane for Kenya and we have run into 2 huge barriers in the last week. Barriers so insurmountable on several…