Do two people walk hand in hand if they aren't going to the same place? Amos 3:3 (MSG)

Our Mission: Walk In Agreement




A Hebrew Word

demoThe Feminine noun ahavah can describe the love of a husband toward his wife (Gen 29:20), God's love for his people, (Deut 7:8, II Chronicles 2:11), and deep abiding friendship (I Sam 18:3; I Sam 20:17).



Aspirations of Love Morning Prayer Calls

Please consider sharing with us each morning begining July 18. Invited guest please make sure you review the Aspirations of Love web page before you make travel arrangements.

Updated: June 13, 2011

Greetings Beloved,

If we had 10,000 tongues we could not thank you all enough for the genuine kindness, love and support we have been given during our Aspirations of Love calls and our event weekend. Those of you that attended our weeekend event have been very significant to our relationship which is why you were invited. On the last weekend in August we all walked in agreement.  It is our hope that this experience has added to our marriages being stronger, thus our families are stronger, which will allow our children to grow in Christ. It is our hope that each of you received depostis from this experience.

Many of you have invested hours into praying with us at 6:00am morning after morning over the 40 days. There are no words to express what that meant to us. You gave us the best gift any newly married couple could ask for, prayer. When we reflect on the weekend all we see are smiles, laughter, and love. Thank you for showing us the God in you. Please know that the Jesus in us loves the Jesus in you.

You have created an “oikos” of love and support that exceeded our imagination. You have demonstrated that when two or three are gathered in His name we can accomplish all things. We know that with God and with all of your support we are now a three strand cord that cannot easily be broken.

We Love You,

Antonio & Charmina

Welcome to our website. We thank our family and friends for encouraging us and praying for us over the last four years. We appreciate all the love and support during our courtship. Our mission is to Walk In Agreement. We are inspired by Amos 3:3 “How can two people walk hand in hand if they aren't going to the same place?” Over the last four years we have been sharpening each other trying to align with the direction we should go as a couple. After many Bible study lessons, books we read together, long road trips, debates, arguments and countless hours of prayer we believe that the time has come for us to go to God and request that our relationship be consecrated in a formal way. We are honored to have Charmina’s father the Reverend Ralph Singletary seal us in matrimony. We are grateful that this is possible and look forward to that experience.

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The vision for our event and our lives is to cultivate the expression of God’s love. We have been discussing our desires for this day for some time. It is important to us that we share this experience with family and close friends that love us and that have been praying for us. Therefore, our venue is intimate to cultivate the experience we desire with our families and friends. It is our desire that you come and experience with us in our spiritual garden that is ripe with orchards of fruit of the spirit by participating in our Aspiration of Love Morning Prayer calls. “Finish your outdoor work and get your fields ready; after that, build your house.” Proverbs 24:27 

Our weekend is designed so that we are reminded to show our gratitude and give reverence to God. With that goal in mind our ceremony is closely tied to our prayer and worship experiences. We know that it is critical to begin our marriage with our focus on God’s expectation for our covenant. Therefore, we will not be taking a commercial approach to our event. There will be no bridal showers, bachelor parties, or maid(s) of honor. Our ceremony includes family members. We are preparing for marriage. In order for this experience to be consecrated we must spend time in prayer. We trust that you all appreciate what this means and ask that you support our wishes.


Looking Forward

Dear God, thank You for healing our past…and opening new doors, to allow us to live abundantly in the present. Lord, please create order in our lives and the proper arrangement of things. This will help us to have a better future, the one that we desire to have. Holy Spirit reveal things to us that will help us to think differently. Help us to see that faith is about our future, and not our past. We are aware that a good and prosperous future is where You are taking us. May we always trust You for Your absolute best in our lives. Amen


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