2010 Year End Update

This has been such an incredible year as we helped rescue orphans in Haiti and Zimbabwe, restore their hope and renew their communities. As we enter into 2011, we take a moment to look back at all that happened in 2010. Click here to read our 2010 Year End Update. We couldn’t do this without […]

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Signs of a Movement

For the most part I feel absolutely clueless when it comes to running Help End Local Poverty. It’s taken much longer than expected to get this vision up-and-going. Right now, I feel like we are starting to crawl. Occasionally, there are signs of a movement that is beginning to take shape. This makes me happy, […]

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Amazing Weekend…

Well, my weekend was actually lame. So lame that I watched Flashpoint and twenty minutes of Numbers before I gave-in and played Gears on Friday night. Saturday was not much better as we did a “family movie night” and watched Wall-E…LAME. Kenzie’s been sick and running a fever and my allergies are beyond brutal, makes […]

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Leaders get to much Credit

If there is one thing that brings me life, it’s seeing a plan come through. I love strategy, I love planning, but I hate implementing. Give me a whiteboard, some loud music and a cup-of-coffee and I can change the world…in my own mind at least. So far I have two great joys pioneering HELP. One […]

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