Organizations We Support

A ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Myson:
“I advocated for CADC because my friend Richie (we went to the same Bible School) started the CADC in the last year or two. I have gone with him to several outreaches in the city and it has really opened my eyes to all of the needs that still need to be met. CADC exists as a ‘one-stop shop’ for meeting many of those needs in the city of Harrisburg. They throw block parties to distribute food and pray for people, host job skills training, hold prayer meetings, educate people about human trafficking and self-defense, and are even partnering to provide housing for 18 to 24-year-olds who have aged out of the foster care system. This is amazing work!”
Learn more about CADC

Marriage can be tough and struggling marriages often need outside help.

This ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Brian and Wendy Long:
“We sit on the Board for this important, family focused ministry. Here’s a portion of a testimonial from one of the couples Cabinet Joint sponsored.”

The gift of helping us get the help we needed felt like the best Christmas present (aside from Jesus himself) this year. To have hope again; to see that we are worthy of a rebirth; that Christ could bring to life a marriage that in many ways felt dead is nothing short of a miracle. I hope one day when we are a bit more financially stable to repay this love offering, with our own donation.
Learn more about the Marriage Hub

This ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Bob B.:
“We partner with Ed Short who serves alongside churches who have hit a rough patch. He coaches them to overcome strenuous situations such as board issues, church conflict, pastoral relationships and so much more. The local church is the hope of the world! We believe that so we support his ministry.”
Learn more about CE National

This ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Myson:
“I was given the opportunity to share with our team some information about Rehema Home in Nairobi, Kenya.  Our family has personally sponsored a girl who has been at the home since she was a baby, and she will soon be branching out on her own and going to a Cosmetology/Hair school. This has been her lifelong dream!”
Learn more about Rehema Home

This ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Brian, Wendy, Bob, & Cindy Long:
“On Sept 26, 2018, our (Brian and Bob Long’s) father underwent a ‘routine’ heart surgery. Little did we know that within 48 hours, he almost lost his life. One of the miracles we experienced was finding the Hospitality House of Charlotte, an organization that housed us right next to the hospital. They fed us, loved us, and catered to us for 4 days while our family spent time at our dad’s bedside. Because the HHOC was only a few blocks away, we did not need to worry about battling traffic or finding parking. We met numerous people who were facing their own trauma due to a loved one being in the hospital and the feeling of support and love between total strangers was something we will never forget. Pictured above is Brian, Bob, their Mom and Dad and Bob’s wife, Cindy, at the luncheon in Charlotte (Oct 30, 2018).”
Learn more about Hospitality House of Charlotte

This ‘Big Why’ is brought to you by Brian Long:
“I was privileged to have an incredible father. But, I have also been a witness to countless men who are still struggling even as adults to cope with the wounds left by their own unloving or absent dad. I have also seen how our awesome creation can open up a man’s spirit. I have seen grown men openly weeping at a campfire within the safety of a group of other men, unpacking their hurts and struggles in a way that they simply cannot when they are ‘back in society’. My goal with Journey is to give every young man a ‘band of brothers’ he can do life with as he challenges himself to be more and to live into the true identity God has placed within him.”
Learn more about Journey

This ‘Big Why’ brought to you by Bob & Cindy Long:
“The ‘Big Why’ for us is all about kids, specifically those that are hurting in some way. One of the many ministries of FMI helps support children in the rural areas of Myanmar by providing education, food and shelter. Our Giving team is presently supporting two previously homeless girls (ages 11 and 13) who are now being given an opportunity to attend school and live in the safety of a loving home run by the ministry.”
Learn more about FMI

This ‘Big Why’ is brought to you by Angie Baxter:
Angie Baxter is one of our talented designers and has adopted several children from Ethiopia, so her ‘big why’ is definitely rooted in helping the people, especially the children, of this impoverished nation. She has an obvious vested interest, and the poverty and malnourishment that is commonplace there breaks her and her husband Brad’s heart.
Learn more about Ordinary Hero

This ‘Big Why’ is brought to you by Myson Mosemann:
Myson has a passion for children… he has 7 of them himself! We support his big why because women and children matter! Women deserve to hear all their options when considering their unborn child and the child deserves no less than to have his/her mother make a wise choice concerning their right to live.
Learn more about Morning Star Pregnancy Services

This ‘Big Why’ is brought to you by Sarah Hungerford:
Sarah is one of our talented designers. She grew up going to Miracle Mountain Ranch and later serving during the summer as a camp leader. As a company, we have helped the Ranch with cabinet needs as well!
Learn more about Miracle Mountain Ranch

Mission / Service Projects

Brian Fleming’s Trip to Uganda

In 2017 My wife Barb and I traveled to Uganda, Africa to work at an orphanage for young girls. This part of Africa has one of largest populations of orphaned children, primarily because of AIDS. After raising 4 children of our own, we wanted to reach out to children who do not have families and help supply some basic needs. Housing, food, clothing, and education are often taken for granted here in our home towns, but in Uganda these things are not a common fact of life. Most children do not enjoy these basic needs and live without them unless someone steps up to help. Our dollars go a very long way to helping orphaned children have these most basic needs met. Delivering support to the children ourselves ensures that the resources go directly to children in need and do not get hung up in administrative costs or corruption. This mission brings us great joy and allows us to share the love and joy of Christ with them at the same time.

Myson’s Trip to the Dominican Republic

I felt called to go to Dominican Republic because it allowed me to introduce Missions to my 12-year-old daughter.  I have gone on many mission trips to Latin America and I’ve always felt called there because I appreciate the language, the people, and the culture.  Our church sends a team of 5th and 6th graders there every year (with adults of course!) so we jumped on board for the 2018 trip. Our main focus was children’s outreach:  Bible lessons, testimonies, songs (in Spanish), puppet shows, skits, crafts, etc. My daughter said her favorite part about the trip was traveling to different churches and meeting children of all ages. She loved to see their big smiles when we arrived. Below are some pics of my family and I enjoying the beautiful people of the DR!

Mark & Laurie’s Trip to Haiti

  Mark and I took two of our daughters down to “God’s Littlest Angels” orphanage in Petionville, Haiti during the month of July 2018. There were 45 Haitian children living there while patiently waiting for a loving home. This was a precious experience for the four of us as we lived with and served alongside the children and the people who run this amazing organization. I hope they were as blessed by us as we were by them! Here is our family at the Orphanage!

Bob Long’s Disaster Recovery with OBI

Bob Long

Operation Blessing International (OBI) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization dedicated to demonstrating God’s love by alleviating human need and suffering in the United States and around the world. With the support of our generous partners, Operation Blessing provides strategic relief on an ongoing basis through core programs such as disaster relief, health and medical care, hunger relief, vulnerable children and orphan care, safe water, and community development.

Along with our faithful supporters, we put a special emphasis on not only providing physical relief to those in immediate need, but also equipping them with new knowledge to create sustainable solutions to combat poverty. Operation Blessing and our partners are devoted to being God’s hands and feet in the world. We’re committed to listening to the needs of each community we serve, instead of telling them what we think they need, addressing the core issues behind poverty, rather than only treating the symptoms.

Bob says: “As an employee of the Cabinet Joint, I am able to pursue my big why using my abilities in the area of reconstruction. Recently, my wife Cindy and I were able to join Operation Blessing for 18 days in Panama City Beach Florida doing Disaster Relief for the victims of Hurricane Michael.”

 

Brian Long’s trip to Scotland, July of 2019

On July 8th 2019, Brian and his daughter McKenzie (as well as 21 other devoted folks from their church in Gettysburg, PA) traveled to West Kilbride, Scotland to assist the YWAM (Youth With a Mission) base refurbish some of their run-down rooms. They scraped and sanded, and painted a huge dining hall and also refurbished staff and guest bathrooms. The building was an old 1800’s building that was in urgent need of repair. To learn more about what YWAM does, click here!

Here is a picture of our full team, each one a hard-working and dedicated servant devoted to the betterment of the people around them…

Sarah Hungerford’s trip to Guatemala

In August of 2019, Sarah and her husband went to Guatemala with a team to serve alongside Believe Guatemala, a non-profit Christian organization.  The focus of the trip was creating concrete floors for five families that live in a dump community located near Guatemala City’s dump. The homes are constructed out of scrap material with dirt floors which can be unsafe during rainy seasons and cause health issues. Creating the concrete floors was the first outreach Believe Guatemala has done in this specific community.