faith was put to the test on the cold, blistery Wednesday morning when he
woke up in a tent covered with snow.
"I was thinking here it is we're going to see how serious you are, the first day it rains the second day it snows," said Jason Norton, Pastor of the Cowboy Church.
taking a different approach to helping families in need this Christmas season.
"If this can inspire people to do more, then what is it to miss a meal if some little kid gets a present, and the mom and dad don't have to worry about the bills for at least a little bit and gets a little bit of relief," said Norton
will spend 25 days in a small tent.
No food - just water and a cup of coffee, good company and his
faith to keep him going.
"Does it worry me?
Yeah it worries me, probably worries my wife more, but it's a good thing and I'm going to take it one day at a time," said Norton
is passionate about helping others this winter and feels it was his
calling to go without so that others might have a little more this Christmas.
"I mean everybody that's lived longer than 30 minutes knows that there's hard times out there and I thought it would be a good way that one, God would get all the glory, and two you see somebody do that and they're like - one what's wrong with him or two if he's
going to do that I can at least go get some can goods and throw it up in the truck," said Norton