Our Story

     Christy and Giulian grew up 1,917 miles apart, living two very different lives, until they were brought together by God’s amazing providence through an on-campus Bible study at Cal State Fullerton. They recently married in January 2009 and graduated the following May with Bachelor Degrees; Giulian in Kinesiology and Christy in Latin American Studies.
     Giulian was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area where he dismissed ideas of God as soon as he was old enough to keep his mother from dragging him to church. However, upon moving to San Diego in 2005 God started a work in Giulian and graciously transferred him into the Kingdom of his Son. This set Giulian’s life in an entirely new direction when about two years later he felt God’s call on him to pursue vocational ministry.
     Christy was born and raised in League City and has been striving to follow Christ since she began attending Clear Creek Community Church in the summer of 2001. Not long after that she discovered her passion for international missions on a short-term trip to one of the Haitian barrios in the Bahamas. Since then, she has taken part in various church-planting and Kingdom-growing initiatives around the world including Ukraine (with Clear Creek), Bolivia, and Mexico.
     Together the two have dreams of planting churches and spreading the name and work of Jesus throughout the world. At present, they are living in downtown Seattle, WA, helping plant Downtown Cornerstone Church as the Cornerstone Kids Leads. By God's grace, they finished a six month internship in September 2010 with Restore Brazil where they met Pastor Adam who invited them to come plant in Seattle. They look forward to what God has in store for them and will be sharing all the work that God is doing in and through their lives on this blog!

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Our story is one of God's Miraculous Providence. As Charles Spurgeon puts it,
I believe that every particle of dust that dances in the sunbeam does not move an atom more or less than God wishes... The creeping of an aphid over the rosebud is as much fixed as the march of the devastating pestilence—the fall of sear leaves from a poplar is as fully ordained as the tumbling of an avalanche.