"Sometimes, the silver lining is actually orange." 👷🏽♀️✝️ Houston, the last 5 days have been overwhelming, yet eye opening! I'm extremely humbled to have volunteered with Samaritans Purse to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Forever thankful for the experience to bring spiritual and physical aid to others. This is a time to give back! Moments like these make me eternally grateful. It amazes me how people all over the world, on all different walks of life, can unite together and help with disaster relief. More importantly, how the homeowners can let us strangers into their home and accept help from us, with the stories they have shared, forever softening my heart. I wish I could've stayed longer! "And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased. " Hebrews 13:16
All glory to God. Never have I ever done something like 8 Days of Hope in Houston. To be the hands (now blistered) and feet of Jesus is an amazing feeling. I'm learning to say yes to God everyday. Yes to the challenges of service that I didn't know I was capable of doing. I came in apprehensive, overwhelmed, and devastated by the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. When I left I had a new perspective to take home, and was humbled beyond words.
Message me if you are interested in working with 8 Days of Hope, they will be down in Houston until November! These people need help, and you will leave better than you came 💕 #hou#houstonng #comehellorhighwater#8daysofhope #houston #gracechurch#serveyourcity