Urban Report

Surviving The Storm

Three Angels Broadcasting Network

Program transcript



Series Code: UBR

Program Code: UBR210010S

00:01 Isaiah 54:17 says,
00:03 "No weapon formed against you shall prosper."
00:06 Stay tuned to meet a couple who stood in the midst
00:09 of one of nature's deadliest weapons.
00:11 My name is Jason Bradley,
00:13 and you're watching Urban Report.
00:37 Hello and welcome to Urban Report.
00:39 My guests today are Torrey and Darla Price.
00:42 Torrey is the Director of Development for NAPS,
00:45 and Darla is the Director of Operations for NAPS.
00:49 Welcome to Urban Report, Torrey and Darla.
00:53 Thank you for having us.
00:54 Thank you. We appreciate it.
00:55 It's great to have you guys.
00:57 I know that you're no stranger to 3ABN or Dare to Dream,
01:01 but let's reintroduce what NAPS is all about,
01:05 and what NAPS stands for to our viewing audience?
01:09 Okay.
01:11 Well, NAPS stands for the National Association
01:15 for the Prevention of Starvation.
01:17 It's a group that started over 40 years ago,
01:20 and it's really about inspiring young people
01:23 to finish the work of God,
01:26 you know, telling the world about Jesus.
01:28 We have about 14 branches overseas.
01:33 We have been to 23 different countries,
01:36 baptized over 20,000
01:38 into the Seventh-day Adventist Church,
01:40 have visited so many churches and schools,
01:44 and right now NAPS has a campus in the south.
01:49 And on this campus, we have a school,
01:51 we have a wellness center,
01:53 we have a clinic and we have
01:54 a medical missionary training school.
01:57 Wow.
01:59 So in other words, you guys are quite active.
02:03 Yes. Yes.
02:05 So how did you all get involved with NAPS?
02:08 How did all of this...
02:10 How did you get started with this?
02:14 Okay. All right. You want me to go?
02:15 So for me it was,
02:17 it started out the desire to do missionary work
02:21 when I was a lot younger.
02:22 Whenever I would go to church
02:24 and hear the Sabbath school mission stories,
02:27 I would hear about these missionaries
02:28 in all of the different ways that God would bless them.
02:32 And that inspired in me a desire to do missionary work.
02:36 And so when I finally went down
02:38 to Huntsville, Alabama, to Oakwood for school,
02:41 that's where the group was headquartered
02:43 there in Huntsville.
02:44 And that's where I linked up and started volunteering
02:47 and just fell in love with this type of work.
02:50 And my story really comes from my childhood.
02:54 I feel like God gave me a mother and a father
02:57 who were missionaries,
02:59 modern day missionaries, really.
03:00 And my mother had a school
03:03 where she taught the children about Christ.
03:06 And my father, he would ride on the bus.
03:08 I'm originally from Atlanta, Georgia,
03:10 and he would take the MARTA,
03:12 the bus and every night, you know,
03:15 when he would tell stories
03:16 about how he gave a Steps to Christ,
03:18 there he prayed with this person.
03:20 It just put in me the desire to be
03:22 more than just a churchgoer.
03:24 I knew that I wanted to like be,
03:28 you know, a Christian for Christ,
03:29 an active Christian, right?
03:31 So when I, when NAPS came to my school,
03:34 they showed, I saw their video and I already knew,
03:37 I was like, I want to be a part of this group
03:40 and, you know, long story short, here I am.
03:43 That is awesome.
03:45 And I love that you said, you know,
03:48 you didn't want to just be a churchgoer.
03:50 You wanted to be an active Christian, right?
03:54 I know that Danny Shelton
03:56 always says that the blessing is on the go
04:00 and NAPS is always on the go.
04:03 So, so that is awesome.
04:05 Tell me about the Black Belt
04:08 and what challenges you face there?
04:10 Okay.
04:12 Yes, the region that we're currently focused on
04:15 right now is called the Black Belt,
04:17 and it's about 200 counties here in the USA,
04:21 it spans from Texas all the way up to Virginia.
04:24 And originally it was called the Black Belt
04:26 because the soil here is very rich and dark.
04:30 And it's great for farming and things like that.
04:33 But it also became known as the Black Belt,
04:35 because a lot of the profit for the slave trade
04:39 when slaves were brought here to the U S the work
04:42 put in this area agriculturally was a big boost.
04:45 And so, this is a kind of a home based area
04:48 for most African-Americans is across this belt.
04:51 And so they call it the Black Belt
04:53 first for the soil,
04:54 but also for the people that are here.
04:56 And in terms of challenges,
04:58 I think what comes to mind
04:59 is the greatest joy of this area
05:05 is also part of the challenge,
05:07 because you have people here
05:08 who are so loving, so caring, so trusting.
05:12 You know, if you go knock up, knock on a stranger's door,
05:16 they're just going to say,
05:17 "Hey, you know, come on and sit down."
05:19 They'll put something on for you.
05:21 They'll say, "Hey, you know,
05:23 I've made these teacakes or I made this.
05:25 You can have some."
05:26 And so they're so loving and trusting,
05:28 but the downside to that is people
05:31 who come in that
05:32 may not have their best interests
05:34 can now manipulate the situation.
05:37 And so you'll find in this area, unfortunately,
05:40 there are some professionals,
05:42 some doctors who don't care about the people.
05:46 And so we've had people come into our clinic
05:49 and they're talking to our medical doctor,
05:51 and they're saying, yes, I just had a surgery
05:53 about a month ago and our doctor would ask them,
05:56 "Okay, what type of surgery?"
05:58 And the person wouldn't know.
06:00 So we would have to go into their records
06:02 to find out the research of the surgery
06:04 that was given to them, or sometimes doctors
06:06 who had prescribed medications that weren't even necessary.
06:10 We had one individual that we talked to just last week,
06:13 where she was talking about
06:14 how she was having some type of skin breakout,
06:17 a rash on her hand.
06:18 And so she went to the doctor and the doctor saw it
06:20 and just immediately wrote a prescription,
06:23 handed it off to her.
06:24 It was a very strong steroid
06:25 that the side effects were not the best for her.
06:29 Well, she came into our clinic.
06:31 And we put her on a natural lifestyle.
06:35 So focusing on nutrition, lifestyle change,
06:38 exercise, sunlight, and all of those things.
06:41 And within a month, she was off her medication.
06:44 The rash had gone away,
06:46 she was doing a lot better,
06:48 but because the person she dealt
06:51 with was so focused on pushing the medication
06:54 and pushing these other things,
06:56 she was actually not getting a better way of life.
06:59 And so I think that's one of the challenges
07:00 here is helping to break people out of that mold
07:03 and getting them to have a better understanding
07:06 of what's going on around.
07:08 And this is an area
07:10 where I couldn't believe it when I read this.
07:17 This is an area where it says angels
07:19 actually stopped playing their harps
07:21 when they saw the people here.
07:23 There's a quote from Testimony, volume seven.
07:26 It says, "The Lord is grieved
07:28 by the woe in the Southern field.
07:31 Christ has wept at the sight of this woe."
07:34 So Christ especially wet.
07:36 "Angels have hushed the music of their harps
07:38 as they have looked upon a people unable
07:41 because of their past slavery to help themselves.
07:44 And yet those in whose hands
07:47 God has placed the torch of truth,
07:50 kindled from the divine altar,
07:53 have not realized that to them
07:55 is given the work of carrying the light
07:59 to this sin-darkened field.
08:01 There are those who have turned away
08:03 from the work of rescuing the downtrodden
08:06 and degraded, refusing to help the helpless.
08:09 Let the servants of Christ
08:11 begin at once to redeem their neglect,
08:15 that the dark stain on their record
08:17 may be wiped out."
08:19 This is in the Spirit of Prophecy
08:21 writings by Ellen White.
08:23 And this really provokes me in a way, you know,
08:28 to get out of my comfort zone
08:30 and defend the cause of leading people
08:34 who have really been forgotten.
08:36 Yeah, absolutely.
08:38 And that's huge, you know,
08:39 we actually have a photo that we want to put up
08:41 and why don't you just talk a little bit about that,
08:44 that first photo that we have?
08:48 Oh, I love this picture.
08:50 This is actually us working in a local community here
08:55 with some children.
08:57 What NAPS really believes in is the next generation.
09:02 We work with people of all ages,
09:04 but if you can reach someone when they're a child,
09:07 you can begin building them into a better way.
09:10 And so, what we do is we'll go
09:12 into local communities anywhere we are.
09:14 And we'll talk with the parents,
09:16 get to know the kids that are there,
09:18 and we'll put together a program
09:20 out there in the park.
09:22 We'll lay out a tarp, spread out,
09:23 we'll do skits, we'll do Bible stories with them.
09:27 We'll do a health nuggets and all these things,
09:29 because we realized that
09:30 if we can start training and teaching young people
09:33 at an earlier age,
09:35 how to take care of their health,
09:36 how to make good choices,
09:38 how they can truly find a new life in Christ,
09:41 then as they get older, as we know the Bible says,
09:44 if you train up a child in the way they go,
09:46 when they get older, they won't depart from it.
09:48 And we've seen great success in working with young people.
09:50 Definitely.
09:52 So, and not only that,
09:54 that picture was actually taken
09:56 at one of our children's programs,
09:59 what some of the children there, their home,
10:01 they had a home that was just falling apart.
10:04 And we were able, you know,
10:06 through people giving donations,
10:09 giving support,
10:11 we were able to get them a new trailer.
10:12 They were in the trailer, it had no electricity.
10:15 We were able to get that set up,
10:16 you know, making sure they had warm clothes.
10:18 These are all things that we may take for granted.
10:20 But many of these communities, these rural areas,
10:24 it's almost as though you're stepping
10:26 into a third world country.
10:27 And I believe that God has brought us here to,
10:30 for such a time as this.
10:32 Wow, amen.
10:33 It's really, you're really implementing
10:35 Christ method and that's, you know,
10:39 and that's a wonderful thing.
10:41 It's the most effective form of evangelism is Christ method.
10:44 So that's, that's great.
10:47 You are doing a lot of hands-on work.
10:51 In the presence of COVID, how are you able to operate
10:55 and what changes have been made?
10:58 Okay. Yeah.
11:00 So before COVID hit, you know,
11:02 NAPS had a certain way of doing things.
11:04 It's crazy because right before COVID hit,
11:06 NAPS now has an elementary school.
11:08 It goes from K all the way through eight,
11:11 but before COVID hit, our elementary school
11:15 had taken a full week
11:16 and just locked the doors of the school
11:19 and gone out to the community for the week,
11:22 doing different service projects
11:24 before the COVID.
11:25 And when I say before COVID didn't hit,
11:27 I'm talking about before everything shut down.
11:29 We had a 10 day mission trip
11:33 where we had gone to dozens of churches.
11:36 The students have been able to share
11:38 what God is doing in their life
11:40 and encourage people young and old.
11:42 So this was right before COVID hit.
11:44 So then COVID hits right after we finish this,
11:47 the kids, you know, are on spring break
11:49 and everything shuts down.
11:51 So we had to do something.
11:54 But praise the Lord, it didn't stop there.
11:57 When you have such a great need
11:59 and when you're providing services
12:01 to the community and to others,
12:03 you can't just stop with,
12:05 okay, well, COVID hit, sorry,
12:07 but we realized that
12:09 we just have to modify and keep working.
12:12 That's right.
12:13 So, every month we have a food distribution
12:16 that we would provide to the community.
12:19 It's called a mobile pantry.
12:20 And what happens is cars will come in and line up
12:23 and we're able to supply the families with food.
12:25 And we can feed anywhere between 150.
12:28 So I think 250 families at a time with food.
12:33 And after COVID hit,
12:35 that's when the lines got even longer.
12:38 I believe we have a picture of that even now of the cars,
12:41 that the line of cars that were out there.
12:44 And one thing that I think hit me
12:47 the hardest was
12:48 as we're going through the cars,
12:51 we start to register everyone's name, ID,
12:53 and things like that.
12:54 I get to, I think it was the second or the third car,
12:57 and I'm saying, you know,
12:58 hi, how are you doing, getting the information.
13:01 And it comes out that
13:03 she's been waiting since 12:30 AM,
13:08 12:30 AM for food distribution that doesn't start until 10:30,
13:13 but the need was so great that people,
13:16 they just had to come to be able to receive the food.
13:19 And when you have a need that's that great,
13:22 you can't just let COVID stop you.
13:24 And so we try to take
13:26 better precautions wearing masks,
13:28 sanitization, gloves and things like that.
13:30 And we've implemented taking better care of our health.
13:35 And we just know that as God calls us,
13:37 we just follow what He says.
13:38 And one of the big things is
13:40 we had to realize very quickly that
13:43 it really wasn't just about distributing food.
13:47 God had set it up where we have all these cars,
13:50 so that we can give more than food,
13:53 but we can give the spiritual food as well.
13:56 And that's what NAPS is about.
13:58 So we started, I remember
14:00 in the last food distribution of the year,
14:03 we did a full evangelistic meeting.
14:07 While the cars were waiting,
14:08 we went through Bible studies
14:10 and the people were so excited that they...
14:14 We passed out Bible study sheets.
14:16 So as they're waiting in line for the car,
14:17 which it takes hours to get through the line,
14:20 while they're waiting in line,
14:22 they were filling out the Bible study.
14:23 And after we finished,
14:25 hundreds of these Bible studies come back
14:28 and people are like, I want the next one.
14:30 One testimony that came from it.
14:32 One lady, she was like, this Bible study is so good.
14:36 I just wanna tell you, I didn't turn in my paper.
14:39 I went to my church
14:41 and on Sunday, I shared,
14:43 I white it out all the answers
14:45 I put in and I started going over it
14:47 with my women's group.
14:49 So I'm waiting for the next one.
14:50 So every time we do another food distribution,
14:53 they are waiting
14:55 to get their new Bible studies.
14:57 And we're just going through the truth
14:59 found in the Word of God.
15:01 And this got us started thinking like,
15:03 man, we can do more.
15:06 So even with the pictures,
15:08 you see, there's a picture of, we get the students involved.
15:11 It's not just where the adults are passing out the food,
15:15 but the children, they take a leading role
15:18 in distributing the food
15:19 and making sure that everybody gets prayed with,
15:23 that's their big thing.
15:24 And we pass out literature,
15:26 but not only that, there were some communities
15:27 where they couldn't come to the food distribution.
15:30 So we even have a picture
15:32 where we took food to some of these communities
15:35 where many of the children have nothing.
15:39 We were able to give them clothes.
15:41 And now we were able to provide them food
15:43 and give a whole program about God's love.
15:47 This is really...
15:48 The food is just a wedge for giving more of that call,
15:52 that's just a wedge
15:54 for giving the truth of God's love.
15:56 And so we even started a prophecy seminar
15:59 and a week of what we started a week of prayer,
16:01 but you tell them what happened with that?
16:04 Before you go into that, Torrey,
16:06 I just wanna say that
16:07 not only are you providing their tangible needs,
16:09 but you're meeting their spiritual needs as well.
16:11 And see that's huge.
16:14 You're not just saying, well, I'll pray for you.
16:16 No, I'm gonna feed you.
16:17 You're hungry, I'm gonna feed you,
16:19 and I'm gonna pray for you.
16:21 And I'm gonna study the Word with you.
16:23 And like, I mean, that is huge.
16:26 And some of these people, they cannot read...
16:29 So they'll be like, I can't read.
16:32 Can you tell me what the paper says?
16:33 Wow.
16:35 It just touches your heart.
16:38 Yeah.
16:39 It's so powerful just having this opportunity
16:42 to share God's love with everyone around us,
16:47 because I love the opportunity
16:50 that we get to have as we go out
16:51 and share God's love with the community.
16:53 And it's not just about, like you said,
16:55 it's not just about the physical food,
16:56 because that is important.
16:58 If people are hungry,
17:00 providing that food is important,
17:02 but we realize that at some point in time,
17:04 they're going to become hungry again.
17:06 Yeah.
17:07 And that's where
17:08 sharing God's love comes into play.
17:10 And so what we did is
17:12 we actually had an outdoor revival
17:16 week of prayer,
17:17 where we spaced the chairs out.
17:19 We put up a sound system
17:21 and individuals from the community came in.
17:24 It was a little humorous
17:25 because when we first got started,
17:27 we said, well, because of COVID,
17:29 we'll just stream everything online.
17:30 So we go out into the community,
17:32 knocking on doors, saying,
17:33 hey, you can see on Facebook, YouTube.
17:35 And I never forgot,
17:36 this lady looked at us and said,
17:38 "I don't have Facebook. I don't have internet."
17:41 And so this resource that we wanted to use,
17:45 wasn't gonna reach the communities.
17:47 So we had to shift things around.
17:49 And from that point on, we just spaced out our chairs.
17:52 That way everyone remained safe
17:53 and people could drive up
17:54 and they can sit in their cars even,
17:56 and listen to the messages
17:58 being given through their radio.
17:59 So it was just a powerful experience.
18:01 And it's ongoing
18:03 because when the last day hit
18:06 the people were like still coming,
18:07 we ended it and they were like,
18:09 "Well, we want it to keep going."
18:11 So we have now started a prophecy seminar
18:14 which has been powerful as well.
18:16 But with COVID one thing we really noticed is
18:20 God was opening doors for us
18:22 to do more treatment in the home.
18:25 We saw thousands of people
18:27 who had like, who contacted us
18:30 because maybe they were struggling with COVID
18:32 and we were able to help them and none were lost.
18:35 And that is a huge testimony
18:38 'cause the people here have many of them
18:40 have comorbidities.
18:41 They have diabetes, they have high blood pressure.
18:45 Some of them even on oxygen.
18:47 And yet just through teaching them
18:50 the health message,
18:51 we were able to show them that love, that care.
18:54 And afterwards they're like, how did you come to my house?
18:57 Like one of the things we did,
18:59 there's a picture of us distributing masks.
19:02 We went to one place,
19:03 we are distributing masks
19:05 that our medical missionary team had with them.
19:10 And the people were like, I thought that COVID was over.
19:13 You know, they just didn't know.
19:15 And so you see at one of the pictures,
19:17 we're actually putting mask on this lady.
19:19 And she was like, I just couldn't get a mask.
19:22 I didn't want to leave my house.
19:23 I didn't know it was safe.
19:25 And we were able to also treat,
19:27 you know, these people as well.
19:28 There's also that picture
19:30 where there was an entire family,
19:32 we've been in situations
19:34 where entire families, entire churches all have COVID.
19:40 There was a church that,
19:41 where they called us and they were like, they...
19:42 We all...
19:44 Everybody has COVID, can you help us.
19:46 And praise the Lord, no losses.
19:49 All of them have recovered and are negative.
19:52 And so this is just God's goodness,
19:54 using what He's given us in His Word.
19:57 And inside of that, that's been a huge blessing.
20:02 I think that's something that I like about
20:04 what we're able to do
20:05 because of the way our team is structured.
20:09 Have a lot of young people
20:10 and they're able to move as necessary.
20:13 So when it comes to providing COVID relief,
20:16 it's not where people who are not feeling well,
20:19 have to try to find transportation to come to us,
20:22 but we're actually able to go to them.
20:24 So we're able to meet them at their homes
20:27 and start to provide care for them right there.
20:30 And I...
20:31 A lot of people have seen a benefit from that
20:33 because we look at the home and we're able to say,
20:35 okay, here's some things you can do
20:37 to introduce more sunlight into your day,
20:39 more exercise into the day,
20:42 ways you can increase the good foods
20:45 that you need to eat.
20:47 So these are all things that they're able to do.
20:49 And we go to them to provide the relief.
20:53 And like Darla said, praise the Lord,
20:54 no one has been lost.
20:56 Everyone has been able to recover
20:58 even despite the comorbidities that they have.
21:01 Yeah. That's a huge blessing.
21:02 And I love the fact that
21:03 you all are mobilizing the youth,
21:05 because I think that,
21:07 you know, you see youth leave church
21:09 because of the fact that they feel
21:12 that there's nothing for them to do,
21:13 but there's plenty for them to do.
21:15 And you guys are helping to provide that outlet
21:19 and helping to show them
21:21 how to spread the gospel in a very practical way.
21:26 God has used you to do some incredible things,
21:30 but there was a recent challenge,
21:33 a devastating one,
21:35 in fact, a tornado that just demolished the area.
21:39 Why don't you talk to us about that tornado?
21:42 And we actually have a little video as well
21:46 that will show some of the damage
21:48 that was done.
21:51 Yeah, not too long ago,
21:54 our campus was hit by a tornado at our county.
21:59 And as you can see,
22:00 that's one of our medical mobile units flipped over.
22:02 We had two medical mobile units.
22:04 Both of them were destroyed.
22:06 We had recently constructed four houses
22:11 and these houses were being used
22:13 as dormitories for our medical.
22:16 They were gonna be used for dormitories
22:18 for our medical missionary students.
22:20 And some were used as different churches
22:22 and groups would come for training or to volunteer.
22:26 And in a matter of moment,
22:29 all of this was destroyed.
22:32 And the thing is we knew storms are coming.
22:35 Storms have been hitting every week.
22:37 And that's one of the reasons
22:39 why we said we had to start a prophecy seminar.
22:41 And so with this storm,
22:43 we had all gathered together in our wellness center.
22:47 And there is a picture of two bathrooms.
22:50 I want you to, with this picture,
22:52 like imagine 20 people crammed into these two bathrooms.
22:57 And we were, one bathroom was like the praying bathroom,
23:00 you know, how you have those prayer warriors.
23:02 And the other one was the singing bathroom.
23:04 They were singing, we were thinking,
23:06 you know, with the children, just keeping things calm.
23:09 And as the storm passed over,
23:12 you knew when it was right overhead,
23:15 the pressure left the building.
23:17 And even though we are still thinking,
23:18 it was yeah, a little different, you know.
23:21 Yes.
23:22 And finally there was that calm.
23:24 And I remember as we, once we realized
23:27 everything was calm, we went out
23:29 and the children, they looked out
23:31 and you saw the four houses flattened
23:34 and they saw
23:35 there's a picture of the school.
23:38 The school was totally destroyed
23:41 and the children started weeping,
23:44 but they weren't weeping, like in fear,
23:47 they were weeping praising God that they had been saved.
23:52 Wow.
23:53 So that we can be able to help others.
23:55 And so right now we're in the process of...
24:01 We've cleaned,
24:03 we're in the process of cleaning up.
24:05 But underneath there was one person
24:07 when I told them about what had happened.
24:09 And he said, "Praise God.
24:11 Now He can build it even better
24:13 where we can touch even more lives."
24:15 And I said, "Wow, what a powerful perspective."
24:18 But isn't that how God does?
24:20 Think about the story of Job.
24:22 When Job was hit with the, you know, the storms and,
24:25 you know, the losses.
24:27 Yes.
24:28 It was only, everything doubled.
24:30 I was talking to the students about it.
24:32 You know, the animals he thought he had a lot of,
24:35 well, I hope he was ready
24:37 because God was going to double
24:39 and improve everything
24:41 so that he could bless even more people.
24:44 The reason why God gives to us
24:46 is so that we can be an even better blessing to others.
24:49 And we here at NAPS we don't take that for granted.
24:53 We look at the damage there's,
24:54 you know, the four houses are destroyed.
24:57 The school is destroyed.
24:59 The houses where we are living.
25:00 The roofs are gonna have to be redone.
25:03 There's buildings that have shifted.
25:05 And when we add it all together,
25:07 it looks like, you know, $500,000 maybe in the whole.
25:11 Wow. Wow.
25:13 But we serve a God
25:14 who knows how to make so much out of nothing.
25:19 Amen.
25:21 And we're claiming His promises,
25:22 you know, through the prayers of many people,
25:25 you know, the encouraging words
25:27 that God is going to rebuild this even better.
25:30 If He was so faithful
25:32 with story after story in the Word of God,
25:36 we know that
25:37 as we continue to keep our eyes fixed on Christ,
25:41 He will prepare us so that we can prepare others.
25:45 So we're looking forward to being back on this
25:49 you know, in 3ABN doing another interview.
25:52 He doesn't take long to do His work.
25:54 So we'll see you in about six months
25:57 and we'll show you how faithful God has been.
26:00 That's right.
26:01 We'd be happy to have you back on the Dare to Dream Network
26:04 on Urban Report.
26:06 But before, I know our time is dwindling.
26:09 How can people help you?
26:11 We wanna put up your contact information,
26:13 so that they know how to get in touch with you
26:15 and how they can support.
26:17 And if, Darla,
26:18 if you want to read that contact info for us,
26:21 that'd be great.
26:22 If you would like to support our organization,
26:25 you can write your checks to NAPS, N-A-P-S,
26:30 and you can mail them
26:32 to PO Box 100,
26:34 Greensboro, Alabama 36744.
26:40 You can also donate online.
26:42 Our website is napsglobal.org
26:46 That's napsglobal.org
26:52 You can call us and donate by phone as well.
26:56 Our number is 256-262-7712.
27:02 And you can leave a message if we don't pick up.
27:07 I like, and somebody will get back to you
27:10 for sure, for sure.
27:11 That's wonderful.
27:13 You guys are doing an incredible work,
27:15 and I'm thankful that NAPS is in existence.
27:19 Real quick, how has NAPS impacted your life?
27:24 NAPS has changed my life.
27:26 Not only by serving the Lord has it changed my heart
27:30 where I see Christ better,
27:31 but I also get to work right with my husband.
27:34 Amen.
27:36 That's a beautiful thing.
27:37 Well, I wanna thank you both for coming on today
27:40 for sharing, for inspiring our viewers
27:43 to get involved in spreading the gospel.
27:45 And I wanna thank you for joining us.
27:47 Well, we've reached the end of another program.
27:49 Join us next time.
27:51 God bless.


Revised 2021-05-29