April 2011 Update
Having just returned from Africa, I cannot put into words what God is doing in the lives of the poor and disadvantaged through our centers. While we are excited to be a part of the transformation we see taking place right before our eyes, we also have been diligently preparing ourselves for the future.
Recently, a team of volunteers accompanied us to Africa. Among them were Chad Stubbs, founder of Reflex Blu, a Birmingham-based marketing company; film specialist Tony Mata, owner of Meridian Studios in Appleton, Wisconsin; and Drew Van Fossen, director of communications and design at St. Norbert College in Wisconsin. Each has volunteered countless hours and support to Vapor’s cause. Their recent endeavor yielded footage for upcoming videos and photography for updating our communications materials. They have also assisted us in a re-crafting our brand and core messaging. They want to help show the world what God is doing through Vapor Sports Ministries and you.
Please follow this link and catch a glimpse of Vapor re-crafted…
God has provided incredible expertise and assistance at no charge through these men. Throughout the course of this year, you will witness the fruit of their collaboration.
We are all committed to the task ahead – 40 centers in 40 slums by 2017.