Quinter, KS

Well, it’s been awhile since I have blogged.  I apologize.  It’s been a little crazy in our lives.  We were supposed to be on the East Coast for awhile, but through a few different ways, God closed the doors and is directing us back west.  So we are a slow journey back.  In Kansas for a few days, then we will head to Denver, to see some important people, then Salt Lake after that.  While we were seeking God on what to do, we spent some time in Indianapolis, IN with Chad and Lindsay Garrison.  It was great to see them.  We were able to serve in a few different ways in our time there.  We took down their Christmas lights, so Chad didn’t have to do it, and so the HOA didn’t fine them for leaving them up too long.  We also went to a Jr. High and Sr. High Winter Camp to serve and help out there.  We met some wonderful people while we were there.  I hope to go again someday to spend more time with them.  God is good.  Please continue to pray that He leads and guides us.  Thanks.

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January 5th, 2012

Well, it’s been a little weird for Kate and I recently.  Our plans have chained a little.  We were scheduled to head down to Florida for January, but through some unfortunate events, out of anyone’s control, the plans fell through.  We decide to head north up to Indiana instead!  We are here with our friends/mentors Chad and Lindsay Garrison!!!  We have missed them a lot.  We are currently looking for some place to serve up here in the area.  God as been faithful to us, and it’s great to see the work that He is doing.  Please pray that He continues to lead and guide us.  Thanks for all your support.  If you would like to get a hold of us, you can always email us at Jordan@JoinTheGoodCampaign.com.

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Merry Christmas!!!!!

I pray that this is a special day for all of you, as you’re with your family.  Remember what is most important.  It’s not about the gifts, the price of the gifts, or even IF you GOT a gift.  Our whole existence is because of the Baby Jesus, whom we are (supposed to be) celebrating.  Today, focus on what we have, and we need…  Family, Friends, Jesus, Salvation…

I want to issue a challenge today…  Give out the most amount of LOVE today that you’ve ever given before!  Hug everyone you can, call people to tell them you Love them, mend broken bridges, apologize for things that you should apologize for, don’t let anyone go to sleep tonight doubting the Love that you have for them.

Part 2:  Come back and comment to tell the story today of something cool that happened (and to read the other stories).

Have a Merry Christmas!!!

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Monday, December 19th

We are winding down our time here in McDonough, GA.  This has been a wonderful time here, and we have enjoyed getting to know the people here.  Thanks to Pastor Jake and Lindsay Cordell for housing us, and being so loving and accepting to us.

This past week was packed full of ministry opportunities.  On Tuesday, we ripped off wallpaper in Pastor Jake’s office, and started to paint.  On Wednesday, we went out to a church in Marietta, GA, Refuge West, to help distribute 130 boxes of food from their food pantry.  But before they distributed the food, they had a wonderful worship service, and a guest speaker, to make sure that the families are not only taking home food, but the Love of Jesus Christ as well.  On Thursday, we sanded and reupholstered some chairs for his office and then Baby sat their kids so Jake and Lindsay could have some time together.  On Friday, we finished painting Jake’s office.  On Saturday, we went back out to Refuge West to help serve about 70 families a Christmas dinner, pray over then, and distribute gifts to the kids.  This has been a very special week to us.

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Attn: Good Campaigners – Join us tomorrow!!!

Anyone in Ventura, CA please come to the “Laughter Night” tomorrow night to help serve the less fortunate of this community…We will be serving up some dinner, Christmas family pictures, Winter Scarfs, Goody Bags and some laughs with comedian Mark Minks.
Time: 5:30 (be there at 5:00 to help serve)
Location: Lighthouse Christian Fellowship 1620 Mesa Verde Dr.
Brought to you by: Lighthouse Christian Fellowship (WWW.LighthouseVTA.org), Open Arms Ministries and The Good Campaign (WWW.JoinTheGoodCampaign.com)

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Sunday, December 11th

We attended Life Church today, in Conyers, GA, where Jake and Lindsay Cordell pastor.  We were able to serve the church by leading worship, and watching their kids (not at the same time).  It was a special time with the church.  Pastor Scott, the Southeast District supervisor, came to give the message today, and brought some truth that was great to hear.  I’m looking forward to continuing to work with this district.

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McDonough, GA

After the meeting with the Southeast District, we’ve been staying with Jake and Lindsay Cordell, the NextGen Director, who are also Pastors at a church, Life Church in Conyers, GA.  We’ve been able to serve the church so far by vacuuming, and cleaning and rearranging their work room/copy room.  With the connection to the Southeast District, we will be able to go to more churches down here and serve them.  We are excited to see how God is using us, and how He will use us.

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Monday, December 5th

We spent two weeks in Roanoke, TX, outside of Dallas, with some friends, David and Kara Stine.  It was good to see them.  We were able to serve their church by helping out with the youth group on Sunday and Wednesday evening, and help try to figure out how to set up some lights for a Christmas performance…  I hope they figure that out!  We also were able to help serve by helping a pregnant lady clean and vacuum her house, and cooking meals for her and her husband.  We left the Dallas area yesterday, and slowly made our way to Atlanta, GA.  We just pulled into town, and are awaiting to have a meeting with the Southeast District of the Foursquare Church.

Here’s an update on our Gas Stats:  We’ve been on the road for 207 days.  We’ve traveled over 14,000 miles, in 15 States, Canada, and Mexico.  Our average Mileage for the tour is 18.08, for the last month is 19.27, and the last week is 20.64.

Please keep us in your prayers for guidance, direction, and provision.

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Wednesday Evening

Kate and I were able to serve last night at a church getting ready for a Thanksgiving outreach. We helped unload a big truck and get boxes ready. Come Friday, they will provide food for almost 1,000 families for Thanksgiving. It is an amazing ministry, and we were blessed to be a part of it.

What are your plans for Thanksgiving? Is there anyone who you can think of that may need a blessing this Thanksgiving?

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Lakewood, CO

We’ve been hanging out in Lakewood, CO, outside of Denver, with some friends of ours, Glenn and Debbie Rudd, for a few days. It’s been wonderful time seeing friends, and meeting new people. We were able to serve their church by setting up for the weekend service, as they meet in a school. And then, after service on Sunday, we helped tear down. The church is filled with some great people. We are having lunch with their pastor later this week to spend some more time, and pick his brain on ministry. The weather has been great here! Which has completely blown away all my preconceived ideas about Denver… I thought it was 8 ft. of snow from September to May… Thanks for all your prayer and support!

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YouTube Video!!!

I just posted a YouTube video about the tour.  You can check it out here: http://youtu.be/dR8XeiE7oEs

Thanks for all your support!

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Wrapping up Albuquerque.

We absolutely had a blast here.  Got to know some really great people!  The church staff was wonderful, and the family we stayed with was incredible!  Very hospitable people here.  One thing that meant a lot to us was how everyone supported us.  We’re touched to be reminded that it’s not always the big things that matter, but the little things that God uses for His glory.  Thank you to Pastor Jon and Gabrielle for all your love and acceptance.  Thank you Norm and Alice for having us in your home!

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Wednesday in Albuquerque….

We had a good day yesterday with Pastor Jon. Had some great fellowship and lunch. We were able to serve by vacuuming the sanctuary for them, and helping out with the youth last night. We lead worship for them and participated in the group discussion. The church has some great people here. We’ve been blessed to be here.

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Trunk or Treat…

The Trunk or Treat went very well last night.  We had more than expected show up.  I’m not sure how much we were expecting…  But more than that showed up.  Today, we were able to help the pastor more by cleaning up some remaining messes from last night, and also folding and stuffing letters to be mailed out to the community.  It’s been a great time here so far.

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Arrived in Albuquerque, NM!!!!!

We have arrived safely in Albuquerque and have spent most of today preparing for the church’s Trunk or Treat party tonight. It’s going to be a blast. Kate and I are dressing up as cowboys…   Well, I’m dressing up as a cowboy and she is dressing up as a cowgirl (not Dallas Cowboys).

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Website now linked with Facebook and Twitter

Finally, we are up with the times. Now our blog page is connected to our Facebook and Twitter… So go like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter and get updates every time we post on The Good Campaign website.

Also please think about and pray about donating to The Good Campaign tour that is still going on. This week Jordan and Kate are heading into Chandler AZ before the start heading east. What a great western US tour they had. You can donate on this website and 100% of all donations go directly to the field to further the cause of encouraging people to “Do Good” wherever and whenever they can.

Thank you Jordan and Kate for being examples of this to so many people.

- Justin Klatt – Founder of The Good Campaign

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Flagstaff, AZ

We have left Las Vegas, and have arrived in Flagstaff safely.  We had a bunch of things that were donated to The Good Campaign that we were able to take to a rescue mission here in town.  We were able to donate some toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, fleece sweatshirts, and a pair of gloves.  Then, tonight, I was able to go to the youth group at Canyon Chapel, and help out there as one of the leaders was out of town.  It’s a good feeling when you are available for God to use.

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New Stop Announced!!!!

I have been in contact with Pastor Jon Wheeler in Albuquerque, NM and have planned to go there to serve on October 30th!  We’re excited to keep going as we start to head east.

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Las Vegas, NV

Well, we’ve been in Las Vegas for a week and a half.  It’s been great to see friends and family.  Last weekend was my old church’s 70th Anniversary, which was a lot of fun to attend and get to see people that I literally haven’t seen in 20 years.  We have been able to help some people while we’ve been here.  Some friends of ours was moving, and needed some help, so Kate and I were able to jump in and help move stuff and clean the old place for them.  I was able to talk to a pastor in Albuquerque, NM today, and schedule a week that we can go and serve them there.  We’re looking forward to see what God has for us in the future.  Please keep us in your prayers.

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October 3rd

I apologize for not posting more.  We have been crazy busy!  This last week, we were helping some great friends of ours, Jim and Mary Hannah, get ready for their daughters wedding.  We helped put up a shader in their yard for the reception (which no one stood under or sat, and Jim was a little bitter that no one used it), and also helped with some yard work, and driving their tractor.  We did have a great week seeing some of our Pahrump family.  Now we have stopped in Las Vegas to see family, and spend our anniversary.  Thank you for all your support, and please keep praying for God’s provision, direction, and protection.

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Pacifica, CA

As we are making our way south, we started heading to Pacifica, CA to spend see some very dear friends of ours.  But on our way down, God gave us some opportunities to help some people.  While driving through Santa Rosa, CA, we were in the far right lane behind a truck.  All of the sudden, the truck in front of us slowed down abruptly, and in front of him was a car….  Stopped.  There was no hazard lights on, just the car stopped.  Well, Kate was driving, and she stopped behind the car and put our hazard lights on, while I jumped out to see what was wrong.  As I was running up to the window, I could see his hand waving the cars around him.  When I got to the window, I found a shaken up elderly man, stuttering the words, “I have AAA, I don’t have a phone.”  I told him that I had a phone, but we should probably get his car out off the freeway.  So, I pushed his car to the shoulder, and got his AAA card and got a tow truck on the way.

We jumped back in the truck, I was driving this time, and got on our way down the 101, and about 15 minutes down the highway, we started to see cars slow down, and traffic backing up.  As we made our way to the front of the line, we saw the remains of an accident.  It looked really fresh, with smoke coming from the engine, and people still in the vehicles.  Kate jumped out to see if the lady in the first car was ok.  As she approached, the airbag was still losing its air, and the lady was coming out of shock and realizing what was going on.  We were able to direct traffic around the accident, and be with the lady until the police arrived.

It seemed so strange to respond to one broken down car that could have been in an accident easily, and find an accident minutes later, but we were happy to be able to help any way we could.

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Leaving Cashmere, WA

Sorry for the lack of posting, being part time farmers is a lot of work.  We’ve been incredibly busy getting ready for the pear harvest, and then busy with the harvest.  Also, we did not have internet access where we were staying.  But, the harvest was finished today, and we drove in to town and stopped by the Starbucks to take advantage of their free wifi.  The last three weeks have been packed full of activities.  We’ve painted a church nursery, painted rooms in an assisted living facility, played music for the assisted livers (pun intended), helped in landscaping the facility, on top of many hours working the orchard for the family we were staying with.  As the harvest came to an end today, so does our stay in Cashmere.  We head back to Tacoma tomorrow to meet some friends for dinner, and then head south to make our way to California towards our next destinations.

Our prayer requests are:  Financial provision, physical and geographical guidance and direction, as well as personal guidance, and safety!

Here are some photos of these past weeks…

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Cashmere, WA

We had a great time in Tacoma, WA with Andy and Ruthy Taylor.  Now we are in Cashmere, WA working in a pear orchard for some old friends of mine, Rick and Claudia Baken.  I say, “old friends,” but I don’t mean they are old.  They changed my diapers when I was in the nursery at church.  I don’t remember this, but they told me about it.  It’s wonderful to see them and be able to spend some time here.  The orchard sits on the side of a mountain and we have an unobstructed view of the valley.  I posted some pictures on my facebook (http://www.facebook.com/jordan.klatt).  We do have some decisions to make on our doorstep, please pray that God leads us in the process, and continues to provide for the tour.  Thank you for all your love, prayer, and support.

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Pictures from Canada

Here’s a few random pictures from around Canada.  While we were there, we helped redo the stage at the Church we were staying at, Riverside Community Church, and also painted the sanctuary, we visited a blueberry farm, removed some graffiti, went to go see the World Fireworks Competition, and then there’s some more random pictures.

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Buntzen Lake, Vancouver, BC

We got the opportunity to go to a lake near Vancouver, BC and take hike and do some kayaking.  It was gorgeous there!

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Tacoma, WA

We are back in the States now, we didn’t have access to the interweb for a few days, so I couldn’t update the map/blog. But we’ve been hanging out with Andy and Ruthy Taylor in Tacoma, WA. We helped them paint their new house, and fix a few things around the house. We’ve had great weather, and have had a fun time here.

I realize that I haven’t posted many pictures, but I will go back through the pictures on my phone and post some of them.  Please check back often to see them.

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Port Coquitlam, BC

The Mission Team that we were with all week, from Uintah, UT, left this morning. We had a blast with them, felt an incredible connection, and will visit them again in Utah when we are passing through. We’ve decided to stay a few extra days, as someone has offered us a room at their house, until Sunday, then we will be heading back down to Tacoma, WA to be with Andy and Ruthy Taylor, and their church down there.

God has been amazing to us. He’s been protecting us, and providing for us. We haven’t had to ask for money, or go fund raising really, because God keeps stirring in people to support our ministry. Just yesterday, a few people came up to us and handed us money and said, “I believe in what you guys are doing, and I want to support you.” There have been a few times that funds have gotten really low, but God has proven that He is paying attention to us, and that He has His hand on us, over and over again.

Thank you for all your prayer and support. Please pray for our safety and provision always.

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Hastings St. Vancouver, BC

So we got the opportunity to go to a Gospel Rescue Mission on Hastings St. in Vancouver, BC. If you don’t know anything about Hastings St., which I didn’t before I came to Canada, it’s supposed to be one of the worst neighborhoods in the world, if not the worst. Homeless people people gather there, and everywhere you look, there are drug deals going on in plain sight, there are prostitutes trying to find work, and people who have nothing and nowhere else to go. At the mission, our group got the opportunity to help lead some worship, speak to them, feed them a meal, and sit and talk with them. They have some crazy stories, but I noticed that most of them, just want someone to talk to… Someone to share life with… Please keep Pastor Barry and the mission in prayer.

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Arrived in Coquitlam, BC!!!!

We made it safely!!! With only a little trouble at the border… And we got only a little lost on the way… But we’re here now! We have tonight and tomorrow to ourselves, then the team that we are going to be with will arrive tomorrow evening. Pray for their safety as they travel, and for all of us as we are here serving this church and community.

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Announcing New Stop!!!! Vancouver, BC!!!!

We just got confirmed 3 minutes ago that we are going to Vancouver, BC tomorrow!!!! We are meeting up with a mission team from Uintah, UT from Crossroads Community Church. So… Canada, here we come!

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Grants Pass, OR

We spent the last couple days in Grants Pass, OR visiting my Grandma and Grandpa. We had a great time! I had an eye opening experience this morning. I went with my Grandpa to his Wednesday morning men’s group. We went to a place called…. I forgot for a second… The Gold Miner Restaurant. And there was about ten of us there sitting around a table. After a few minutes of fellowship, we opened in prayer, and then the man in the corner grabbed this Casio battery operated keyboard that had to be at least 100 years old, and we sang worship songs for 40 or 45 minutes. Now, I want to remind you that we were in a restaurant. This restaurant wasn’t closed… We weren’t off in some other room… We were right in the middle of a restaurant with other people around. I started to think about how so many small group worship in the comfort of someone’s home, or the safety of a church sanctuary. I will admit that, at first, I felt awkward… a lot. But, then, I didn’t care. If this group of guys didn’t care, why did I care? We just sang out, and praised our God. I’m so thankful that I got to have that experience.

After the morning men’s group, Kate and I packed up our truck and drove to Tacoma, WA. We arrived at a good friend of mine’s house, Andy Taylor, and he and his bride took us out to dinner, and took us around Tacoma to show us around. It is beautiful up here. Please keep praying for our safety and provision.

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Sparks, NV

We had a great time in Sparks, NV hanging out with the Dahirs. We were able to help a family pack their house into a moving truck, and we lead worship for the youth group. We also got to go help on a pig farm one evening. The baby piglets were so cute. But the time there has come and gone, and we are now in Delhi, CA visiting Kate’s parents for a couple days, then we are headed north. Thank you for your prayers.

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Disaster Relief Training

We finished up our training in Uintah, UT. It was a wonderful course, we learned a bunch and made some great connections. We’re excited to see how we can serve in disaster areas. Yesterday, we drove to Sparks, NV to spend some time with good friends of ours, Kris and Melissa Dahir. Great weather here!

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Arrived In Ogden, UT

The last few days, we’ve been taking our time coming up here to Ogden, UT.  We spent two days in Duck Creek, UT with some good friends of ours, John and Karen Garrison, and had a blast!  Then, this morning, we packed up and made our way north, without incident.  We got the tent trailer set up at the church, and start the Disaster Relief Training tomorrow.

We wanted to share some of our statistics with you so you know where we are financially.

We’ve been on the road for a total of 62 Days.

We’ve driven a total of 4386 Miles.

We’ve spent a total of $936.86 on Gas.

On average, we’re getting 17.84 MPG.

On average, we’re paying $3.81 for a gallon of gas.

We’ve spent $250 on supplies for the tour.

Our monthly bills (Cell Phone, Car Insurance, Storage Unit) total up to $294.00.

And here’s the exciting part, through your love, prayer, and support, and God’s guidance and provision, we have served 536 people, and spoken to 884 people.

Praises:  Kate is doing great with her Gluten-Free Diet, God has been protecting and providing for us everywhere we go.

Our Prayer Requests:  New camera lens (I broke ours), a camper shell to keep our stuff dry in the back of the truck.

And always keep praying for our protection and provision.

Any questions or comments, you can email me at Jordan.Klatt@JoinTheGoodCampaign.com

Thank you for being a part of our lives!

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Camp Cedar Crest

So, this last week we spent up at Camp Cedar Crest, and we had a blast!  Of course there were ups and downs, but overall it was an amazing experience.  We got to spend some more time with the Catalyst team from Westminster, CA, which was awesome.  Up at camp, we were in charge of mealtime (seating kids, dinner themes…), and nighttime security.  We did a few more things to help out the staff wherever we could.  And now, we have a few days off as we make our way up to Ogden, UT for a disaster relief training.  Please keep praying for our safety and provision.

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Sunday July 3

We’ve left Long Beach, and are staying the night in Westminster, but are headed up to Camp Cedar Crest in the morning!  I’m so excited.  Please pray for the kids, that God will do great things in their lives.

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Thursday: Long Beach, CA

It’s been going great here in Long Beach.  Last night, there was a small group at Pastor Bobby and Becky’s house that we were able to attend, and we cooked for it.  Mostly it was Kate, but I helped with the shopping.  It was a great time of fellowship.  Today we are going to go out and put door hangers on some neighborhood homes inviting them to the church.  This church is located on a busy corner in the middle of a residential area and has huge potential to be incredibly influential.  Please pray that Freedom Church will be God’s hands reaching to Long Beach.  Here are some photos of Freedom Church.  One of the Sanctuary, one of an old revival sign they used to put out on the road, and the last one is Kate holding a bunch of old crutches left after some of their healing services.

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Freedom Church: Long Beach, CA

Well, we got to Long Beach today, and have already started serving them. We cleaned out a back storage room for them, and someone is coming tomorrow to build some shelves. Them we will move all the stuff back in the room and organize it. Pastor Bobby and Becky are incredible people! Looking forward to getting to know them better this week.

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Back From Mexico!!!!!

Ok, I totally meant to blog more while in Mexico…. But I got distracted by tacos….

Man we had an awesome time down there! We integrated into the Westminster team so well, we’re like family. We are actually staying with some new friends tonight, Samuel and Christina Hill.

God did some amazing things, and moved mightily. He revealed things to people, filled people with the Holy Spirit, gave gifts, and called people to full time ministry. We had an incredible time of Worship last night. I am sad to leave, but also happy to to see what God has next for us!

On Monday, we head to Long Beach for a week, then we’re off to Camp Cedar Crest on the 4th!

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Monday in Tijuana

Things are going well down here! We’re happy to be back. It’s amazing how God is working in us here. We are fitting right in with the Westminster team, like family. We go to paint Torre De Poder Bible Institute tomorrow. Pray that it goes smoothly!

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Headed back to Mexico!!!!

So, we went to visit a church I used to attend in college this morning, and had a great time worshipping and fellowshipping, and seeing old faces. Strange thing though, they are headed on a missions trip to the same place we went in Mexico, and invited us to come along!!!! So we leave today to go back!!! We’re excited. So we need more prayer as we travel. We feel your prayers as God is providing, and Kate’s mouth is feeling much better and is almost healed!

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Prayer Request!!!!!!!

While we were down in Mexico, Kate had two of her wisdom teeth pulled. Which was really cool to get them out (They were bothering her pretty bad), and to do it as inexpensively as we did. But now, her mouth is hurting really bad, it’s making it hard to eat, smile, or really do anything enjoyably. Please pray that it heals soon, and the pain subsides. Thank you.

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Rain at Dos Picos

Ok, I finally found wifi to update our map. So we have a pin at Dos Picos State Park, where we are staying, and I put a rain icon… Cause it rained the first night! We hiked to a waterfall yesterday, which was a ton of fun, but the water was cold. Now we are going to hike up a mountain that you can see the ocean from. I’ll post pictures when I can.

What are you doing today?

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Back in The States

Wow!!! We had a blast down in Mexico… Border Crossing Rule #52: Empty bladder before getting in line.

Church this morning was moving. They had a passion for Christ that I rarely see. I had the honor of speaking which was a challenge since I don’t speak Spanish. But the translator Bobby Bainridge did an amazing job and was very patient with me as I forgot several time to pause so he could translation! God was very present and moved in many including Kate and myself. Glad to be back in the State, though we WILL miss the food and new friends! We are taking a few days to rest and recharge at a peaceful campground near San Diego and then off to Carlsbad! Thank you for your prayers for safety! Please continue to pray for provision as the tour progresses.

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Back from Campo Cristiano

WOW!!!!!! What an amazing couple days there!!! We had a blast serving there. It is humbling to see how some people live here. We went to pick up Pastor Raphael and wise wife from their home, only to find them and their five children, between the ages of 12 and 22, living in a small trailer out in the mountains. It is very small, but they have so much joy to live there. They have been missionaries all over, from Canada, to Southern California, and now they live near a tribe of Native Mexicans (Kiliwa). Please pray for them and the Kiliwa people. We got to serve all the Pastors there at the retreat in many ways, but we got to serve them all dinner on Friday night. It was cool, because they don’t usually get nice dinners. It’s very rare to have a nice table setting, and dishes that match, and someone serving them, so it was special to them.

We have been shown so much hospitality down here, it’s hard to think about and digest. So, we’re back in Rosarito, getting ready for church tomorrow where I am preaching and Bobby is translating (‘Cause I only know like four words in Spanish… Bano, Taco, Otra, and Hombres). And after Church, we head back to the states. We’ll miss it here, but are excited to see what God has in front of us. Please continue to pray for safety and provision for us.

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Campo Cristiano

We are headed to Campo Cristiano today!!! I’m really excited to see how God is going to use us out there. I don’t think we will have internet access, so I won’t be able to post for a couple days. Please continue to pray for us.

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Torre De Poder Bible Institute in Eastern Tijuana


Down here in Mexico, I was able to go and serve the “Tower of Power” Bible Institute. I sprayed on the wall texture before another team comes in a couple weeks and paints it. The institute has about 30 students that come and take classes on Theology, Biblical History, and Evangelism. They are currently working on building dorm rooms for students to come and live on campus. After texturing, we went to a taco shop, El Paisano, and had some wonderful tacos…

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In Mexico!!!

We arrived down in Rosarito Mexico last night… All safe and sound. It’s great to see Bobby and Joanne Bainbridge and spend some time with them. We’re really excited to be working with them this week.

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Pahrump

Sorry I haven’t blogged for a couple days, it’s been a little crazy. We spoke at Faith Fellowship in Pahrump, and that went really well. We’ve received support and God is providing!!! We have received enough support to send us 3,332 miles!!! God is amazing!!! I apologized for using so many exclamation points, I’m just really excited. Anyway, we are heading back to The Springs Church today, we will speak there this weekend, as they are a supporting church, then we are off to Mexico!!! Please keep us in your prayers.

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Arrived in Las Vegas!!!

Thank you for your prayers! We arrived safely and without incident. We’re looking forward to Sunday morning in Pahrump at Faith Fellowship. See you there!

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LIFE Pacific College (Thursday)

Another great day in Southern California. We did more yard work, and cleaned up another back porch on campus. We ran into that guy from yesterday, his name is Ben, he’s incredibly nice, so if you get the chance, say hi to him.

We are finished here in SoCal and are headed to Las Vegas, please pray for safety as we travel. We just filled up with gas, and ran some stats. We’ve driven 729 miles so far, we are getting 18.82 average MPG, and have spent a total of $157.47 in fuel costs. Please, if you are able, any donations to keep this tour going are appreciated and tax-deductable.

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LIFE Pacific College (Wednesday)

Kate and I did more yard work today at LIFE, and there’s still more to do tomorrow. It’s been really cool to serve. We met a guy today (I don’t think he ever said his name though), and he asked what we were doing, and we explained the vision behind the tour, and what we set out to do, and he laughed and said, “That’s Sick!!!” (Which is slang for awesome). It’s cool to see someone else catch the vision that we’ve had. It was long rough work though, and our arms are incredibly sore! This evening, we got to watch the sunset and enjoy the night air. Looking forward to finishing up tomorrow, and heading to Las Vegas!

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LIFE Pacific College


Kate and I got to help out on Campus here at LIFE Pacific College. We weeded and pruned up a back porch and walk way. It was great to be able to serve them today.

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Grocery carts!!!

Anonymous

I was getting into my car at Costco today when I saw two little old ladies struggling with their carts. So I simply walked over handed them a “You Got Served” card and took their carts to the Cary caddy for them. Simple. Yeah, but they loved me for it.

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Flagstaff, AZ

Hey guys! I should’ve done this yesterday, but we got caught up with some good friends, but we made it to Flagstaff, AZ! I updated our map on website, so you can check that out. Today, I had to replace the PCV valve on our truck, which was a lot of fun. I had to take the intake manifold off, among other parts under the hood… But I have good news, I got it all back together without any parts left over!!! We’re here in Flagstaff, until tomorrow. We’ll go to Canyon Chapel for church, then we are headed to Southern California!

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Leaving On A Jet Plane…

… Only it’s not a jet plane… It’s a Ford Ranger and a tent trailer. Kate and I really excited to leave on Friday on The Good Campaign Tour. So, North America’s highways…. Here we come!

Click here for The Good Campaign Tour page
Click here for The Good Campaign Tour Map page

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Falling Down

Ginger – Chandler AZ

One day at school this girl got tripped down a flight of stairs because she was a nerd and a whole group of kids wear laughing at her and no one helped her but i decided to help her and pick up all her books and walk her to class and asked if she knew God and she said no so i said she should come to are church and that he is wonderful and she said she will try to come.

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Here They Go>>>

This weekend the Good Campaign Tour officially starts… We are so proud of you Jordan and Kate for stepping out in faith to do this, to “Do Good”, to explain to others all over the country why they would be doing good. We are excited and can not wait to see what God does through this tour.

Everyone please check the website regularly to see updates on how the tour is going and new stops!!!

Please pray and think about donating to this amazing cause!!! All donations are tax deductible!!!

Justin Klatt
“Be Different – Do Good”

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New Stops Added For Tour

We are please to announce new stops added to The Good Campaign Tour. We’ve added a stop in Southlake, TX where, a good friend, David Stine serves. We’ve also added a stop in Noblesville, IN to go and serve the Heartland District of The Foursquare Church, and serve Chad Garrison. And finally, we’ve added a stop in Charlotte, NC to serve another friend of mine, Joe Gosha. We’re really excited to see God working to prepare us, for the journey He’s taking us on.

Here is a link to see our Tour Map

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Community Clean-Up

As we were taking a walk one evening, my wife and I noticed a lot of trash lying around, so we started to pick it up.  Now, I know that the housing complex has paid people to pick up trash, and take care of the foliage, but we wanted to help out.  We only have one earth…  We should take care of it.

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New Speaking Engagement

We are scheduled to speak at Faith Fellowship in Pahrump, NV on May 22nd. We’re excited to see old friends and church family.

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The GC Tour Is Going To Mexico!!!

We have set up a stop in Rosarito, Mexico with Missionaries, Bobby & Joanne Bainbridge. We’re really excited to be going south of the border to serve. Please continue to pray for our safety as we travel, and pray for the Bainbridge family as they minister there in Rosarito.

To see our full map, visit http://www.jointhegoodcampaign.com/gc-tour/tour-map/

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New Stops Announced!!!

We have confirmed a couple of stops. 1) LIFE Pacific College in San Dimas, CA. 2) Freedom Fellowship in Sparks, NV. 3) Somewhere in Seattle, WA. HAHA, Andy Taylor, a good friend of mine and Justin’s, is setting up the opportunity there (Thanks Andy!).

We’re really excited to see what God is doing!!!

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The Good Campaign Tour!!!

Tonight we are announcing for the very first time…

The Good Campaign Tour!!!

We had a young couple approach us a few months ago and say that they wanted to travel around America (and some Canada) visiting churches, colleges and camps to share The Good Campaign with as many people as they can.  They want to “Do Good” for others as they travel and they want to encourage people about doing good for others!!!  This couple’s names are Jordan and Kate Klatt.  They both have hearts that naturally want to serve others and they both like to travel, so to drive through 30 states and 2 provinces of Canada actively serving people is going to be an amazing adventure for them.

This is a great thing and we hope and pray that more and more people contact us about going on “Good Campaign” tours to promote doing good or others.

We have had a pop-up travel trailer donated that they will tow with their truck, but we still need money to make this happen.  Please pray and think about donating something toward The Good Campaign Tour.  The more money we can raise the longer the tour can be and the more people we can encourage to “Do Good”.

We have multiple “Donate” buttons on our website, if you feel like you can please click one of them and donate something. ***All donations are tax deductible since we are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, you will receive a tax letter at the end of the year to file with your taxes.

Check out The Good Campaign “Tour” page at the website to read more about Jordan and Kate’s heart for this tour… You will be amazed!!!
Check out The Good Campaign Tour map page here
Justin Klatt & Elijah Tindall
“Be Different – Do Good”

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“Back on Track”

We are so sorry.  Today is the first day The Good Campaign website was back functional for way over a month.  So we might have had people join, or try and send in stories or doing good and we would never have recieved them.  We are sorry for this craziness and know that it was a truly “Unprofessional” ordeal.

We are back now!!! Full force… We now have a PayPal Donate button on the website, so when people want to donate it will be way easier.

Thank you everyone who has Joined The Good Campaign, and if you haven’t….Do.

Justin Klatt & Elijah Tindall

“Be Different – Do Good”

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Update on “Grand Opening”

Great job everyone in just a few short days we have had some new people join The Good Campaign and even had a new “Action” post. Keep up the good work, and keep telling everyone you know about the website. Let’s see 500 join by the end of January.

The Good Campaign office
“Be Different – Do Good”

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@BigLots!

Jordan Klatt
ignite Student Ministries
Las Vegas NV

I was walking out of Big Lots, and a young man asked me if I had any spare change. I told him I did not.  ”Come on man, I’m homeless out here!” he responded. I asked him if he was hungry, and he said he was. “I have a granola bar in my truck that you can have,” I said. He huffed and said, “alright…” reluctantly. But when I returned with the granola bars, he was truly thankful. Most of us take little things like granola bars for granted, but what if someone else has literally nothing to eat?

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“Grand Opening”

January 2011 is the “Grand Opening” of the Good Campaign.  We have spent the last months finishing the website and working on things.  We have told some friends and family about the concept and showed them the website, but now we are ready to open up take it to the world.

Please read through this website and read through the vision and mission we have for this non-profit.  We hope and pray that we see thousands of posts on this blog from you and others about how people have been served.

During this month, please Facebook and text and e-mail everyone you know to tell them about this site and the concept to “Do Good” for others and leave them with a “You Got Served” card so that they can turn around and serve someone else.

Let’s make January a huge month for the Good Campaign.  We look forward to reading all of your posts as you send them in.  You never know how many people will read a post you write about serving someone and say, “I can do that.” Your posts can and will change lives. Please come back and tell us what your doing.  If you need suggestions on how to start click here.

Justin Klatt and Elijah Tindall

Founders – The Good Campaign

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“This is from my dad?”

The Springs Church – Chandler AZ – www.TheSpringsChurch.net

This year our church received over 120 names from Angel Tree (A non-profit that links prison inmates with other people to buy and deliver Christmas Presents to their kids).  The people in our church generously bought gifts for all these kids and then we delivered them to the kids before Christmas.  It is so amazing to “Do Good” for people with no strings attached.  It is crazy awesome to see the look on a kids face and tell them, “Hey buddy this is a Christmas present for you form your mom/dad, Marry Christmas”.  The look on their face is priceless.  There are thousands of churches and organizations who work with Angel Tree every year.  Find a place near you and get involved.

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Free Hot Dogs!!!

Caryn Ciardella
Ahwatukee, AZ

A group of my youth group students and leaders went out today and gave away free hot dogs, chips, and cold water to people at Pecos Park – a large park in our community. We brought 200 hot dogs and we ran out! We had to go get more water too. It was great to meet so many people in our community and do good for them. Most of the people we served were coming from youth football games and were hot and hungry. Everyone who got food got a “You Got Served” card and a Good Campaign sticker; and many said they would be visiting the site! It is great to see the surprise on peoples faces when you “Do Good” with no strings attatched!

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100 Degree Relief

Anonymous
Ahwatukee, AZ
9-11-2010

I just got served while sitting outside in 100 degree heat watching my son’s football game. We were brought FREE bottled water all beef hot dogs and chips…what a BLESSING!!! Will definitely pass it forward! : )
Thank You

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More TOMS?

Justin Klatt
The Good Campaign
Justin@jointhegoodcampaign.com
Maricopa, AZ

OK…OK Already, I too will jump on the ban wagon.  A few people around The Good Camapign community have been buying TOMS shoes (Not because they are cool, but because TOMS gives a pair away to people in need).  I decided to jump on the ban wagon, but mostly because i saw this pair and they were cool.  Don’t get me wrong, I am glad that a kid in another country get a pair of shoes because i bought this pair, but mostly I bought this pair because they are one of the sickest pair of shoes I have ever seen.  It is a brand new style that just came out, so I am excited about them.

Just an encouragement to anyone who reads this…if you have extra shoes or clothes a great, easy way to do a Good Campaign “Action” is to just take that stuff to Goodwill or to a local church that can give it away.

P.S. If you have extra canned goods take them to Chad in Pahrump NV (See Post Below)

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“Feed the Need”

Faith Fellowship
Pastor Chad Garrison
Chad@faithroad.com
Pahrump, NV

We launched an emergency food pantry in the fall of 2009.  We had a small food closet before, but nothing substantial.  Since then, our food pantry ministry has been booming.  This was no surprise, but what has been a true miracle is that it is run solely on benevolent donations.  Recently our volume of giving to those in need has risen, but so have the donations.  Our church is now on the list given to those in need by other churches, outreaches and social services to the pahrump community.  It had truly been a blessing to see so many in need recieve the help and food when they need it most. God is Good!

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SHOES WITH A CAUSE!

Gary Roca
NorthShore Student Ministries
Gary@NorthShoreStudents.com
Chandler, AZ

Please tell the world about your Good Campaign “Action”::
I bought myself a pair of Toms shoes because of the cause behind it. The TOMS shoe company
will give a pair of shoes to a kid in need when you buy your own pair. Not only is it for a
good cause but they are extremely comfortable!

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“Do Good” quotes and sayings

Please leave comments with other quotes or sayings you find that support the mission and vision of The Good Campaign(or e-mail them) so that we can post them:

Mother Teresa on doing good:

“Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person”

Hebrews 13:16 (The Bible):

” Do not forget (or neglect) to Do Good for others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased”

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News from The Good Campaign Founders

***Please note this POST is a “Sticky” post. It will be stuck to top of page for 1 week. please scroll down to view new POSTS…Thank You


Thank you to all that have joined The Good Campaign so far. We are excited to see what we can all do in our communities to “Do Good” for the planet and others.
We finally, as of today, have our Good Campaign facebook page and Twitter up and going. We also have it all linked so that every time someone posts an “Action” or an “I Got Served” story to the website it automatically posts to our Facebook Page and Twitter. That is awesome.
So go befriend and like The Good Campaign Faceboook page. Click here to go there: The Good Campaign

Promote Your Page Too
and follow on Twitter (@TheGoodCampaign) or go to www.twitter.com/thegoodcampaign

Thank you for your support. We will be announcing soon our “Grand Opening” blitz day. This will be a day for all current members to send mass texts, tweets, facebook etc. messages out to raise awareness for The Good Campaign website to encourage others to “Do Good” as well.
Keep up the great work,

Justin and Elijah
Be Different – Do Good

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Covered Feet!!!

Pastor Justin
NorthShore Student Ministries
PastorJustin@northshorestudents.com
Lake Arrowhead, CA

It is hard for Americans to imagine people walking around without shoes. I guess you see people in slippers or barefoot around the beaches, but that is a choice. Most everyone in America can afford at least one pair of shoes, but there are parts of this world and even America that people can not afford shoes. Some kids can not go to school to learn because they do not have shoes, and you have to have shoes to go to school. People in some places have foot problems and infections from not being able to afford shoes.

Today I bought my wife a pair of Red TOMS shoes. They are awesome on top of the fact that every pair of shoes they sell they give another pair away to someone who needs them.  Go visit www.toms.com to read more and maybe order a pair for yourself. If you buy a pair come back and share about it.               Be Different – Do Good

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Nursing Home Happiness

Brennon Arnett
brennon.arnett@att.net
Farmington, Missouri

Please tell the world about your Good Campaign “Action”:: Recently I have spent some
time at a local nursing home. The first time I went was because of my friends
mother, who has multiple sclorosis and cannot live on her own. We visited with her
mother, and watched some television, and about an hour Read More »

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Water for the Thirsty’

Matt Curry
mattcurry@rocketmail.com
North Little Rock, AR


I went to Burns Park softball field, & passed out Ice cold bottle water, for free. Then, I raffled off $100.00; the raffle tickets were free, no strings attached. Man it felt great!!!

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Camp clean up!

NorthShore Student Ministries
www.northshorestudents.com
Big Bear, CA

NorthShore Student Ministries led a camp of 160 people at Camp Cedar Crest this week and we cleaned the entire camp. We took 2 hours on 2 different days to do it. We had shovels, rakes and other implements of destruction. We cleaned pine needles, leaves, rocks, cinders and trash from around all the walkways and the fields. It was great to see 160 people cleaning up the camp they love so much. The camp loves us for doing Good Campaign “Actions” every year. Last year we painted two cabins.

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Helped a blind stranger

Matt Curry
mattcurry@rocketmail.com
Little Rock, AR

I got off work , & on my way to the parking deck. I noticed a blind man with cane in
hand approaching an intersection. He stopped even though the cross walk sign signaled,
it was ok to cross. I went a head & crossed, as I passed him. i stated “sir it’s ok to cross”
He thanked me, & told me the only way he knows it’s safe to cross, is when he could
hear idling cars. Stopped at the intersection. Man that made me fill good :~)

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Walking for a Cure!

Leslie Durazo
ldurazo1@gmail.com
Phoenix AZ

I am walking 60 miles in 3 days for a co-worker who is a friend that has been
diagnosed with breast cancer, and is now going through treatment. Alice’s spirit is
AMAZING! It is such an honor for me to be taking the steps for her and millions of
other women to find a cure! I am dedicating Read More »

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American Cancer Society Relay For Life

Dear The Good Campaign,

Thank you for donating to the American Cancer Society Relay For Life!
Your donation is helping the American Cancer Society save lives and
create more birthdays!
Because of you, the American Cancer Society is able to:
* Help people stay well by helping people everywhere take steps to
prevent Read More »

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Cancer Walk Support

The Good Campaign – www.jointhegoodcampaign.com – Maricopa AZ

Today The Good Campaign gave money to support a Hero of ours who is walking in the American Cancer Societies relay For Life later this month. His name is Colin and his dad passed away last year from cancer. We pray and hope that discoveries of cures for cancer will come soon. Colin, your dad would be very proud of the time and energy you are giving to “Do Good” for other people that are in his situation.

Justin Klatt
The Good Campaign

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Angel Food

Pastor Chad Garrison – Faith Fellowship – Pahrump, NV www.faithfp.orgpc@faithfp.org

Today, February 27th 2010, was a distribution day for our Angel Food Program. Angel Food Ministries is a low cost food program to help families in need, but… Read More »

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Help in a Wal-Mart

The Good Campaign – www.jointhegoodcampaign.comJustin@jointhegoodcampaign.com

I was in a Wal-mart buying some stuff and the couple in front of me came up short on money a little.  I felt that struggle inside.  Something telling me to help them out, but the other part of me not wanting to embarrass them.  They were not poor or homeless or anything like that… Read More »

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Thank You – “Good Campaign”

Hello Justin ( From the “The Good Campaign”),

This is the guy you bailed out at Wal-Mart a couple of days ago. Thank you so much for your kindness and willingness to help someone out. Not only could I not believe that I ran short but the fact that there are still people like you in this messed up world. Again, thank you so much and I promise you you are someone I won’t soon forget. You made a very positive impression upon me. I’ll pass it along someday when the opportunity show itself. Thank you again!

Michael Stevens – Maricopa AZ

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"Robert @ KFC"

Pastor Justin – www.northshorestudents.com – Chandler, AZ

I was driving in Phoenix AZ and suddenly I had to go to the restroom.  So i pulled over at a KFC at McDowell and 43rd Ave.  As I was heading to the restroom I saw what appeared to be a homeless man carrying a bucket with supplies to wash peoples windows.  I finished my walk… Read More »

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"Gifts for the Children"

The Springs Church – www.thespringschurch.net – Social Justice Ministry – Chandler, AZ

This year we adopted close to 200 kids through the Angel tree program. Angel Tree is a Christian Ministry that works with prison inmates to get Christmas Presents to the inmates children.  Our church had a carnival for the families that could make it to pick up their presents and the rest the church staff delivered.  It is always amazing to see the face of a child when giving them gifts from their parent who is in prison.  Here are some pictures:

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