“Seeing the way God has used me at Dayton Christian School calls me to humility, to see that I cannot and do not do this on my own strength and power, for when I do it falls flat.”
This is one of God’s stories. A story of going from victim to victor. A story about a woman named Tina. Laced within the stanzas to follow are pockets of His grace, pockets of His glory. We’ll see how He is the shelter in which we find our refuge. He is the pocket desiring to hold the world.
“We are witnesses to burned down homes, boarded up houses, makeshift shelters, discarded household belongings, human waste, animal abuse, and poverty Endless poverty. This city needs redemption. This city needs revival. This city needs a Savior.”
In Anthony’s house church, he found a loving family who cared about him and for him. In their love, he saw the pure love of Christ, and it began a work in his heart.
“One scene in particular stood out to me like our orange carpet stands out to a first-time visitor, as an obvious declaration of the beauty in our stories, intertwined, intended to honor their omniscient author.”