Pastor David and his family initially served as missionaries from 1993 to 2014 in some restricted access countries of Northeast Asia. Their ministry was not the traditional church plant or bible study that you often hear when serving overseas, yes, they did these things too but there was a twist in their method of sharing the Word. They came in as business entrepreneurs setting up a western style restaurant, hired local help, invited the surrounding community and this was the platform where they brought forth and made known the wonderful aspects of who our Lord is and what He is all about. Because they were involved in the “business” end of things and spoke the local language (BTW they speak 4 different languages!), it gave them a certain type of credence and respect that other traditional missionaries have a hard time attaining. Earned Respect is an attribute that is not easily bestowed by the Asian culture to an individual; however, whenever an entity and its founders/workers are involved in a successful enterprise such as the ones that Pastor David put up, the granting of this usually greatly enhance the deeper involvement and access into the area’s inner and influential circles. This paved the way for them to get into the “forbidden zone” of a restricted country. Using this business approach and with the help of a few like minded and forward thinking investors, they initiated the forming of a corporation that eventually established a mid-level power generating wind farm with the hopes of helping the general area in its power requirements and succeeding acceptance of future opportunities to share the Word with others in that region.