Greater in store for 2018!! Happy New Year!

This year 2017 has flown by so quick. How was it for you? Did you experience a lot of changes? Did you accomplish the goals you had set? I would love to know what the year 2017 taught you and perhaps you can even share your insights as knowledge with me. This year was a year of abundance for me. Matter fact I declared and spoke over my life that 2017 would be a year of abundance and it truly was. I left my job at Crossover Church and started working full-time with the reggae gospel band Christafari. I moved to L.A. California in July. I learned how to balance ministry life and personal life more than ever before. I got to learn how God truly is a provider for this mission work that I do full-time. I saw him provide new supporters and I even witnessed some supporters stop supporting due to different reasons. Through it all, I got to visit over 10 new countries and shared the hope and love of Jesus Christ with thousands of people through the gift of music and dance.

As this year comes to an end, it is my hope and prayer my friend that you will expect great things for your own life and your loved ones in 2018. Your life I believe is meant for greater things! In 2018 don't just be a spectator, but become a participator of the many things that come your way!

In final, here are 5 things I hope you consider in 2018
1. Have a mindset of: I can and I will (Phillippians 4:13)
2. Express gratitude more often (1 Thessalonians 5:18)
3. Use your skills to bless others ( 1 Peter 4:10)
4. Have a vision for your life, marriage and home (Ps. 29:18)
5. Get better at loving others! (Ephesians 4:2)

God Bless you and your year 2018

Love you,

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I am so blessed by your generous giving in 2017 and I hope you continue to be part of a great mission in 2018. 

I am sharing reggae worship in Arizona for 2 weeks starting December 31st, 2017 with the Indians of Havasupai Indian Reservation.

Beyond that, we’re putting things into place to minister in another 20 countries in 2018.

We’ll be reaching the LOST in countries like Europe and the USA, the LAST in places like Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea, and the LEAST in trash cities in Central America, favelas (ghettos) in Brazil, and slums in Nairobi.