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Please pray for me as I embark on a missions trip to Haiti tomorrow with a group from our church. I have been looking forward to this trip for months and hopefully all the preparation pays off. :) Pray for my wife as she keeps the fort down with 3 little kids. June was by far the best month I have had ever and it has allowed me to pay all my bills and be able to take a week off from the shop and not be hard on us financially. I will post up a few pictures when I get back. We will be going from July 2-10th.

 

Here is the link to what our church is doing.

 

The Crazy Love Campaign

 

Here is the link to the group that we have partnered with.

 

theglobalorphanproject.org

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