Archive for October, 2009

We’re moving!

Well, it is official and I can finally blog about it. Wes was called by Baptist Temple Church in San Antonio as the Minister of Missions this past Sunday. So, next step is to make the move this week. Then after that, find me a job. You can check out the church at http://www.baptistemple.org.

If you want our new address, message me and I will send it. Thanks to everyone for your constant prayers and support during this time. If you are ever in San Antonio, let us know-we would love to see you!

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October is Fair Trade Month

I received this email from Global Women and wanted to pass it along:

“Two billion people—a third of humanity—still survive on less than $2 a day. In addition to the challenges of global food shortages, economic shifts, and political instability, unfair trade rules keep many of these people in poverty.

Fair Trade is a people’s movement for change that aims to tip the balance of trade in favor of poor producers. Buying Fair Trade goods (like tea, coffee, and chocolate) is an important action that we can all take that helps create economic stability and directly combats one the major factors contributing to human trafficking — poverty.

So, get involved. Look for Fair Trade goods at your local grocery store, give them as gift to friends and family, and go to www.fairtrademonth.org to learn more.”