A few months ago, I shared a vision I have to my pastor at church. My vision is of a large facility center that has many levels consisting of programs and classes based essentially on 4 categories; Faith, Family, Fitness and Finance. The goal of these programs and classes is to inspire and educate people of every culture to embrace a lifestyle of victory. The victorious lifestyle I am referring to is that of which was led by a Man named Jesus. He walked this earth over 2,000 years ago, taught an inner circle group of people how to obtain peace, joy and fulfillment. He led by example with acts of serving, unconditional love, truth and kindness. This lifestyle center will have housing units attached to it for people in need. The requirement for having a room here will be working within the center and going through all the programs. We will identify their gifts & talents, and when they are well seasoned structurally from our programs, we will bring in companies who are looking to hire competent people. There will be a TG Hairstudio on the first level, servicing the people in need as well as the public. A portion of the haircuts profits will go towards the needs of this facility center to further improve and help people in need. There will also be a TG Apparel store which will be open to the public. All profit will be used for the development of this center. The residents of the center will be given TG apparel for free due to the generous donations from you and willing investors. Now, what does the picture of the YMCA in Paterson I posted here have anything to do with this vision? When I shared my vision with pastor, he connected me with a man named Gerard who is one of the people in charge at the YMCA in Paterson, which houses over 200 homeless people. The most in Passaic county, and more than any other YMCA in the world I believe. When we had a chance to meet, we instantly connected. Gerard has a goal to bring the YMCA back to its roots which was founded on core christian principles. Gerard gathered a group of men who live at the Y in Paterson and are serious about making a change for the better. Tonight was the second meeting I've attended and I am excited to be learning so much about what it takes to help people develop. I am driven to help Gerard and the YMCA Paterson to change the culture and bring this location back to the organizations roots. I believe that in showing my support and helping however I can, I will be one step closer to making my vision a reality. I live to serve. My heart is to give. My role-model is most definitely Jesus. If you have a heart to serve and help others and would love to lock arms with me in this movement, please email me. Info@TruGlory.com 

- TG