Michael Doyle was orphaned at the age of twelve.

His mother left him a legacy. She taught Michael, by example, to serve people through the local church. “If you needed water, if you needed a meal, if you needed to be connected, that was Mom. Our church was her charging station…everything radiated from that church.”

In 2011, at the age of 65, Michael faced his own mortality.

At the Tampa General Hospital, in end stage renal failure, Michael cried out to God, “Get me out of this mess and I’ll dedicate the rest of my days to serving you, in honor of my mom.”

Slowly, Michael’s health improved.

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