GETTING READY FOR THE BIG ROAD TRIP

We spent a Family day preparing the trailer – Here’s some pics of thr roof crew.  We found out the trailer had a rubber roof – we needed some new rubber protection –  MIRACLE ROOF SUPPIED! God Bless Pro-Gurd Roof Coatings – who donated all the rubber coating we needed – It probably would of costed close to 500.00 God Is Good!  All the Time!...

Radio Shine Brighten Up Award Day

                                                                                                                                         SOMEBODY CARES BRIGHTEN UP AWARD Were we excited when we received a phone call that the local Christian Radio Station  “Radio Shine- 90.9 FM” wanted to interview us and present us with the “Brighten Up Award“ to bring recognition to  our ministry. We were moved to tears as they promoted us for the whole month of February!  We felt so privileged and humbled by all of the Radio Shine Family  as they even held a huge yard sale right at the Radio Station and raised over $2,035.00 for the work! It really was a miracle and the Lord just kept people coming in & everyone was so loving really going the extra mile for the children!   The children were able to sing and share at the yard sale and we met so many wonderful folks with  a heart for the Lords children!  A GREAT BIG HUG and THANK YOU! TO ALL OF OUR RADIO SHINE FAMILY for being such true servants of God loving us with His love and really walking the walk that Jesus calls us to do!  2 Cor...

Letter To Our Friends

Dear Friend-in-Christ,   In the northeast corner of Arizona and bordering states lies the 27,425 square mile vast desert expanse of the Navajo and Hopi Reservations. The beautiful sunsets here mask the hopelessness, alcoholism, and drug addiction so widespread among the population. Hardest hit are the native Indian children born with alcohol and drug related disabilities whose very lives lack the basic needs of nutrition, clothing, medical care, and love. As former missionaries to the Philippines, Japan, and Mexico, we just could not stand idly by. We now live and work in the small town of Flagstaff, Arizona on the outskirts of the reservation. Here we are the principals of Somebody Cares Native American Outreach, a 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian charity that seeks to save some of the neediest of these children. Over the past few years we have taken nearly a dozen Navajo and Hopi children into our home and away from a hopeless existence. We were the first non-Indian parents permitted to adopt a Navajo brother and sister from a fatherless family of 8 children born to a drug addicted mother. We have been legal guardians to most of the other children under our care. We wish we could serve them all, each and every child, but we can barely support those we have. And many more children desperately need help. Funding for this effort has been extremely scarce. We currently work full time operating the non-profit Somebody Cares Thrift Store set up for the purpose of helping needy and neglected Native children, however, income from this effort is minimal. Any positive contribution at all is only possible...