Our passion is to live a consistent biblical ethic of racial and economic justice in pursuing God’s vision for the flourishing of all people.
Our heart is to use our experiences within Christian and Latino cultures to fulfill Jesus’ Great Commandment to, “love God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and love your neighbor as yourself.” (Matt. 22:37-39)
Our goal is to share our journey and lessons learned in the pursuit of living a consistent Christian ethic of God’s Kingdom in the margins of society.
James and Angela Hart are natives of inner-city San Antonio, TX, parents of four amazing third-culture kids living inside the Mexican-American hyphen in Austin, TX.
James has an M.Div in Missional Studies, an M.A.R. in Intercultural Studies, and currently serves as the Resource Development Director with a non-profit in Austin. He loves reading, the San Antonio Spurs, and his wife Angela’s cooking.
Angela has a family resources degree from the University of Hawaii, is a homeschool mom, and a customer support lead for a non-profit that focuses on digital discipleship. She loves naps, hoop earrings, and working out.