Life was originally designed for us to enjoy it as much as possible. I don't like to be labeled a religous person but I do have faith in the KJV Bible. I was brought up memorizing many parts of the Bible and as I grow older Im finding myself at a greater understanding of it. There are many overlooked teachings in the Bible about health, love, prosperity, wisdom, sexual pleasure, and even beautiful women! What once seemed to be a boring book full of rules is now my guide book for my life. No I do not even try to understand all of it. But I do hold fast to what I do understand. God is Love. He has shown that love to me many many times and I've seen Him perform miracles and answer specific prayers in my life. This is why I refuse to deny His existence.
"Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen."
In a world full of heartbreak, let-downs, and negative energy, we all need some positivity in our lives as much as possible. Here with the Sparks Fam, we try (and it can be a struggle sometimes) to wake up every morning with a thankful attitude. Always looking on the bright side of things and making the best out of every situation while doing everything on our part to better our lives and the lives of those we are in contact with. Because no matter what the day may bring, we ALWAYS have many things to be thankful for.
Over the years we have developed a passion for traveling. We made it a point to pursue our dream to travel the world while making new friends from all walks of life. We think of ourselves as some type of missionaries. Spreading smiles and positive vibes wherever we go! The pursuit of that dream is not easy and we constantly have society tapping us on the shoulder, trying to convince us to just settle down somewhere, get a "real" job and devote our energy to a corporation or some company that can offer us financial stability. That idea never seemed right to me. I feel called to travel and explore while improving the quality of my life and helping others do the same with theirs.
"With God all things are possible"
Watch this fun short video of our final weeks in Michigan and our journey to Las Vegas as we lived out of our 1981 Volkswagen Rabbit!