My wife Sandie and I retired from The Salvation Army after 38 years of ministry to people. We spent most of these years offering rehabilitation to alcoholics and drug addicts who had lost all hope for any future. In retirement we went from a position of security and responsibility to a position of a fixed income vs. rising expenses and no longer having a platform of offering hope to the hopeless.
One of the great things our Home Based Business has done for us is to give us back a sense of purpose and significance. We spent our first career with The Salvation Army in service to God and people. What a joy it is to once again have a platform to present hope and help to hundreds of people. There are so many people out there who feel hopeless about their future, economically, health wise and in the area of significance. We have a message of Hope for them.
Our Personal Mission Statement:
We love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength and we love our neighbor as we love ourselves. We commit ourselves to helping others realize their dreams and achieve them.