“Commit your work to the Lord, and your plans will be established.” -Proverbs 16:3

Our faith is our conscience, our trust gives us confidence, and God’s strength is our fuel. Biblically, we are servants of the Lord and are building his heavenly kingdom here on earth. Hospitality in the ancient world focuses on the stranger in need. They lacked membership in the community, be it tribe, city-state, or nation. Widows, orphans, the poor, or sojourners from other lands lacked the familial or community status that provided a landed inheritance, the means of making a living, and protection. In the ancient world the practice of hospitality meant graciously receiving an alienated person into one’s land, home or community and providing directly for that persons needs. With continued projects, success, and profitability comes the ability and responsibility to further the lives of our people and their families, as well as give back to the local and global community through charitable giving, and specific project development with global partners.

We work very hard to dedicate profits as well as used goods from projects to share with those who have less than we do. We have a direct calling from God to bless those in need, and in so doing we honor the commandments given us.

By following and challenging our purpose and strategic vision, we poise ourselves for consistent growth (spiritually, personally, corporately, financially), allowing us to take ownership in our part of the company. At all times we give praise and glory for both our struggles and accomplishments to our Lord and Savior, Jesus