We believe in ministering to the people God sends to us, and our primary mission is to our family. We are teaching our kids to love the Lord with all their heart and to support each other as family. We choose to serve God and follow His word. We make this choice for who He is and who He has called us to be.

One of our guiding beliefs is that if you do God’s work, he will bless that work. We also believe that God’s work is not about what we are able to acquire in life, but how we are able to show God’s love and purpose to those around us. Last year God blessed us with a garden that produced in abundance more than we could eat. Because of this, we were able to share almost two tons of vegetables with over twenty families in our local community. This is about double from our previous year’s garden in 2020.  With help from our customers, we were also able to provide over three hundred and fifty pounds of ground beef and breakfast sausage as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys in 2021.  The blessings that we have received from being able to talk and share with these wonderful families have far exceeded our expectations. We are so very grateful and in awe of this opportunity that God has given us.

If you have a prayer request and want us to pray for you, please contact us. We welcome your prayers as well. This is a way to bring our families together. If you are anxious or fearful in these uncertain times, we want to encourage your heart to stay the course. God has a plan and purpose for you. He will work His plan in all of us. You are not alone.

Jesus is the head of His church and all true believers from His body. In Matthew 18:20, Jesus said, “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” So even if you feel alone at times, there are more than two of us, so together in prayer or presence, He is with us.

Give, and it shall be given unto you, good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.

Luke 6:38