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About Us = Impatient people. We can’t stand waiting around for things to get done just right. Collectively we’ve spent umpteen years (some of us more than 30) living and volunteering in umpteen countries (that is, well over 35) where the standards of living, health care, sanitation, education or social services are so sad. Experiencing that changes your life. That’s why we now spend our time and efforts supporting both humanitarian and spiritually oriented projects in the United States and around the globe.

Why both humanitarian and spiritual? Because people need help in both. Ignoring someone in need because you have a “religious” cause, is like the priest passing by the man beaten by robbers on the way to Jericho. Likewise, turning up your nose at helping someone spiritually, or emotionally, because you are bent on saving the world’s food or water shortage is short-sighted and doesn’t treat the root of those causes: Man’s inhumanity to man, greed, selfishness, revenge --you name the spiritual disease and it will be manifesting itself in physical ways. Those kinds of diseases are only healed by the Doctor -- the Prince of Peace and Healer of Hearts, Jesus Christ.

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