Most of you probably know that My husband and I run a non-profit called Broken Voices. We have been apart of it for about four years now. I havent talked much about it on here, but it is something I truly believe in. I would love for you all to read a short excerpt from an email my husband wrote to our followers this week…
“Broken Voices is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, GA. We exist to inspire college-aged people to dream big and act now. What does that mean? Quite simply, we believe that everyone has a God-given passion: a strength inside of you that would make a significant difference in the world if it was lived out. Specifically, we use films and live events that work to inspire people to uncover those passions and begin taking action on them.
If you’d like to learn more please check out our new website.
Or feel free to check out one of the stories we’ve caught on camera that help spread hope and inspiration on a daily basis.
Finally, we have an event coming up that we are pretty excited about called IDEAfarm. It’s just like what it sounds, imagine a cornfield—not just any cornfield, but the best one ever. Instead of rows of corn stalks, we have a group of college-aged folks that have a ton of great ideas that they are ready to harvest. We spend four days together working through strengths, weaknesses, and practical steps of action to begin seeing these ideas through to reality. It’s a pretty intimate gathering down at Jackson Lake, GA, but we do have a few open spots. Do you or someone you know need to join us? Oh, and did I mention that it’s paid for by our generous supporters? Click here to check out the details.
We are looking forward to a really exciting couple of months and I’m glad you are in the journey with us.
Thank you so much for taking the time to read this!! Like Matt asked, do you know of anyone who should be at Idea Farm in a few weeks?? We would love to hear from them! Have them contact us soon!
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