How to be the hands and feet of Jesus Christ in this world is what New Horizons is all about. Please check out our website at We provide educational opportuinities for at-risk children in Southwest Florida. We are able to provide humanitarian aid to our Caribbean neighbors with our 68-foot cargo schooner, "Star of the Sea." The schooner is also used as a teaching tool for the "Call to Adventure" program that mentors young men at sea.

Saturday, July 31, 2010

July 24-July 29

With the storm gone we made plans to leave. I spent an afternoon learning more about the unique place that Great Inagua is with Capt. Fawkes as my guide. Our friend Alfred "Junior" Moss from Cat Island helped out in getting Customs to release the Kids Against Hunger food that is in their warehouse. I've decided to sail back to Florida at this time and Customs will hold the Estero UMC food in their warehouse until I return at the end of hurricane season (Nov.) After dodging a tropical storm and another on the way, safety concerns of vessel and crew have to be a priority in my planning. We set sail on a beautiful morning with a good weather forecast for the next 4 days!

1 comment:

  1. God bless you and the rest of the crew! What you all do looks VERY fun, yet still serious enough to benefit others.

    Merry Christmas!