In the summer of 2015 a few of us were on a mission trip to Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. We had met up with a local pastor who was leading us to a place just outside the city known as Ouest. As we traveled, he insisted that we stop to visit the principal of a small school, which had been established after the earthquake in 2010.

What we saw wasn’t a school; it was a dilapidated building made from leftover lumber and plywood. And even though the building was small, it contained more than 300 children.

Our hearts were broken. But the principal believed – he believed that one day they would have an actual school. He believed that he was impacting the lives of all those children. He believed that what he was working toward – mattered.

I remembered later on I had journaled that someday we would rebuild this school. And two years later, we did!

After returning home from that second trip, I couldn’t stop thinking about the people this building would impact: the kids who would be attending the new school, the parents that would stand in its shade all morning, and all the people living in the community who would travel for hours to draw water from the well next to the school building.

Why were they journeying so far?  Wasn’t there something closer to where they lived? I knew there had to be more we could do. Hundreds of people were visiting this school nearly every day throughout the day and not because there were attending school but because they needed water. And that’s when it hit me… What if an entire community was built ON TOP OF WATER.  These precious people were coming for water but couldn’t they benefit from that building? What if ON TOP OF WATER we built schools and churches, and medical clinics, businesses, agriculture and even homes?  What if we built entire communities around water?  What if that one building was more than just a school? What if it were also a life center where the adults in the community could learn a trade? What if it was? What if these people could visit on the weekends and hear about the love of Jesus? And what would happen if the construction strategy could be improved? Better yet: what if we could provide an opportunity for the people in the community? What if that school building was meant for something more, meant for a greater purpose, or for a greater impact?

That’s when go.build.love. was founded. It was created to build stronger communities on top of water because communities matter and the people that make up those communities matter.

Seth Ray, Founder

Let’s do something great together.
Let’s see what love can do. 

 

We know that we are better together.  We look to develop strong relationships with the local church, mission organizations, corporations, businesses and even mission minded individuals to help implement our projects and programs.

We call this community of dreamers and doers Business On Mission and through those who choose to use their skills to step up and take on leadership roles in their respective communities we are able to do more, go farther as we chase this dream to build stronger communities on top of water.

Business On Mission enables us to truly love and connect with people, establish a sense of trust and rapport, and provide a high level of individual care here in our community, as well as In the communities we serve.

We start by sharing the story we dream of rewriting in a fun and interactive way with you and your teams and then discuss how we can solve the problems we see in the world together. 

We give each team member a way to find their place in this story. By working together for a common goal, we believe you and your teams will become a more unified team – a greater team for your business. Imagine hearing your team members say, “My company cares about people and together we are saving families around the world”!

Help us by making introductions to other businesses and friends.

Administration and missions.

Volunteering locally or going on mission.

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