We are a family of 4 from Middle Tennessee that decided to embark on a new adventure spending much of our time exploring and learning about America, meeting new and old friends, and sharing the vision of the Hands and Feet Project.
Mark is the original lead singer of the band Audio Adrenaline and a co-founder and Executive Director of The Hands and Feet Project. Mark invented “daddy day”, which is a weekly one day event spent entirely with the kids. He enjoys writing music, football and when his wife makes spaghetti with meat sauce.
Aegis is a hair-braiding, homeschooling mom, currently teaching 4th grade to her kids while helping others get healthy as a Plexus Ambassador. She enjoys baking, being Dr. Doolittle to wayward animals, and vegetable gardening.
Journey is a basketball playing, hip-hop dancing 4th grader who loves his mom’s sweet treats. He is an avid reader, information collector and Bible enthusiast.
Christela is a 4th grade gymnast who loves playing the drums and all things musical and creative. She is a wonderful encourager, excellent hugger, and loves to give gifts.
God put it on our hearts to do something extraordinary…something daring…and maybe a little bit crazy? We felt called to begin a significant and life changing journey, so we downsized our home, bought an RV and prepared to travel the country telling the stories of the children of Haiti while building memories with each other.