Our quest for Corporate Sponsorship has come to an end. We're contacting VIP's at both companies to discern who can offer us a better package. We'll either be promoting Depends adult diapers -- or MasterCard. Whether that means walking around with our diapers exposed or painting our vehicle with the MC logo - we're game... Just show us the money. ;)
Representing the West Coast, Kristen Howerton and proud to be representing the East coast, Bryan Fox ... They have both won Letters from a Skeptic by Gregory Boyd.
WINNER ONE- Kristen Howerton
Was inspired by the story about Aaron Ivey's ill-fated walk, as well as her own recent adventure with “Haitian Happiness”.
check out her winning entry at:
WINNER TWO- Bryan Fox
Was inspired by his first hand experiences in Haiti. His Entry:
- 9 airline tickets to Haiti = US$5,000
- 1 Mitsubishi L200(slightly used) = US$18,000
- 1 Block house with missing doors, windows and plumbing.Occasionally has current = US$300.00/month
- Enough food to feed the Livesays for one year = US$10,000.00
- 52 boxes of tissues for drying tears when you miss friends and family= US$79.00
- Petty cash to pay off out of control motorcycle riders that decide to use your truck bumper as crash pad = US$100.00 (likely to happen multiple times a year)
- Serving God and growing to love the people of Haiti = Priceless
There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's Mastercard.
www. Brokebutblessed . com (proposed web address)
About the winners:
Kristen is the mom of two (soon to be three) beautiful children and lives in California. She and her husband Mark are currently adopting a little boy from Haiti. Kristen is a professional counselor, and obviously, very creative. She also enjoys the Internet more than laundry. We were excited to meet her and get a peek at her cute family when they visited Haiti last month.
Bryan is a busy father and husband. He currently resides in Georgia and is a Missions Pastor at a church outside of Atlanta. He and his wife Kelly are raising four rambunctious little boys. Bryan was the full-time missionary here in LaDigue for two and a half years. We were able to meet his family in September of 2005. He has a deep love for the people of Haiti.