The year 2018 will be known as the year of outrage.
It’s been filled with atrocities at home and abroad, protests, scandals, and mass incompetence. With the Trump administration at the wheel, America’s heading off a cliff at full speed.
It’s easy to get caught up in the cloud of outrage. We rage on social media. We rage as we read the news. We rage as we protest. Sometimes, it makes a difference but most often, it doesn’t. It just becomes a cloud of anger.
The problem with this is that outrage is easy. Getting involved is hard work and costs something of us.
Adam McLane is someone who couldn’t take it anymore, so he took his outrage and thrust it into action. Living in San Diego and reading the reports of the migrant caravan approaching the US Southern border, Adam couldn’t stand idly by and do nothing. He decided to get involved and do what he could. What resulted has been an incredible story of what it looks like to turn your outrage into action.
We’ll talk today about what it takes to make that first step towards making a difference. So, let’s get involved!
If 2018 was the year of outrage, let’s make 2019 the year of action.
If you want to help out and donate to Adam’s deliveries to Tijuana, you can click here to buy items for aid via Adam’s Amazon Wish.
By Christmas, about 9,000 people will need shelter at the border. Right now, most people are sleeping on cardboard at a park in a government-run shelter. If you’re interested in donating to Praying Pelican Missions and their work with asylum seekers in Tijuana you can click here.