Seeing #poverty from a different perspective.

I’ve simply codified the “find a need, fill a need” concept.

I believe that it’s every human being’s right, not responsibility, to be given the opportunity to persue a better life for themselves and those under their charge.

If we agree that the silent cries of those suffering in poverty have yet to be answered, can we start to share them over our walls of worship and into the courtyards of community?

I think, (a lot), therefore, I am (filled with anxiety)

…which isn’t a bad thing if I believe in the validity of the Christian Bible. If I believe that Jesus came to earth to be the perfect sacrifice for our sins to heal the sick, and feed the poor, to be crucified and die for Godly purposes carried out by ignorant men, then I have to believe God works through all things: even my shortcomings when it comes to sharing HashtagHelp with you.

Yeah, I know.
It's different.

Consider for a moment that this project is the life experience of someone who’s been blessed enough to live within the precipice between privilege and poverty. I believe my God given

All things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to His purpose. It’s not a matter of if, but how my anxiety is part of what God had prepared for me. 

If I was created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared ahead of time, I have to have faith that this experience is part of that preparation. 

“Created in Christ Jesus for good works that God prepared beforehand.”

Ephesians 2:8-10, Paul speaking the church of Ephesus.