Why We Do What We Do


We are convinced that the basic needs for life are inalienable rights

We hold ourselves responsible for the welfare of our neighbor and community and nation


Some of us have experienced pains and insecurity of lack; and our experiences have birthed in us the burden of responsibility for the welfare of others.  Above all, we are compelled by the love of Christ to ease the pains of others, to alleviate poverty and lack. We do what we do because that is who we are.


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