Our vision for the new year 2015

The most important lesson I learned during my time with my daughter was “life is not about me”. I found myself comforting others every day. Friends and family were shattered by this tragedy and it seemed that many of them were turning to me for comfort. This made me grow as a man and mature beyond my years. I started to get a vision of what life was really about. I would see homeless people daily outside the hospital, the mission was right across the street and it was always over crowded. I had an apartment in north Dallas, it was empty and I only went there to shower and shave every few days. I ended up helping a couple homeless ladies in their 60’s by letting them use my apartment to start over. One lady, Kathy, succeeded and is doing great with her own place in Dallas. The other returned to drugs and I continue to hope & pray for her. After Kellie passed away I made arrangements to come home. I found out that everything I owned including my car had been stolen so I had nothing to come home to. Then I remembered this man named Cliff Williams who had offered to help me in the past. I knew he was a pastor who took in strays and society outcasts and helped them change their lives, it was a perfect fit for me. I contacted Cliff and we spoke for about 15 minutes, he told me I was welcome to live there. What a blessing to find someone so loving and genuine, I fell right into place. He allowed me to bring homeless people back to his ranch and help them change their lives. After 7 or 8 months I had moved into a big house in Marysville, Washington where I continue to help people and I’m a pastor in training. I have a vision to help drug addicts, homeless people and convicts change their lives, Pastor Cliff has been doing it for 25 years so I have a great leader to help me succeed in this venture. My son and I want to buy a ranch and use it to help both the animals for Kellie’s Critters Rescue and Rehab (http://www.facebook.com/ForTheLoveOfKellie) as well as the above mentioned people. We want to be able to do this without asking them for money, we want to offer love, grace and mercy at no cost to them. We will rely on money we make working and donations from the public. If you would like to help us reach our vision you can click on our link below. Our vision is to change the society that has taken Kellie from us. They are not all bad people, a lot of them have made bad choices or were hit with horrible circumstances like I was.
God Bless you all and thank you for the continued prayers and support.


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