The first time I heard the song Oceans and the words “Spirit lead me where my trust is without borders, let me walk upon the waters wherever you would call me…” I thought could I really do that? Could I really go wherever he calls me, out of my comfort zone, away from my successful career and leave my friends and family? As I continued to sing this song this past year this became my prayer. Sure, I can trust Him here, in Nashville, but what would it look like to trust somewhere else?
The fear subsided and was replaced with trust and I am following where he has called me. Out of these borders and into another country, Guatemala. So yes, this is more than just a shirt. This saying “trust without borders” is a reminder to get out of your comfort zone and trust what He has planned for you. [Because] “If you only do what’s in your comfort zone, you might miss what your were made to accomplish.” This is what this shirt represents for me. What does it represent for you?
With some help from Fund the Nations I have designed these shirts to raise support. I would love for you to be a part of this and help be a part of sending me buy purchasing one of these(or both!) shirts. All of the proceeds will go directly to cover my expenses to volunteer at Hope of Life in Guatemala.
Here’s how it works. They are $22 each. Let me know which one you want, Gray or Turquoise, your size (XS-XL) and shipping address if applicable. Please add $2 extra for 2XL and 3XL and $5 for shipping if you are’t local. You can mail me a check, 6019 Saddleview Dr Franklin TN 37067, pay through firstname.lastname@example.org or venmo-Marissa-Goldberg7 and cash works too!
*the gray shirt is a deep heather gray on 100% combed ring spun cotton Canvas brand unisex shirt, which is very soft. Some say it runs a bit snug so if you are in between sizes they suggest going up a size.
*the turquoise shirt is 100% pigment dyed ring spun cotton, unisex and fits true to size. Front of the shirt has the country of Guatemala pictured and the back says “trust without borders.”