In the respite of A-GAP, we encourage explorations that develop and deepen the essential connections that exist within all of us, particularly the mosaic of one’s personal, family, and spiritual life. We invite you to contemplate the elements of spiritual connection and we hold space for your restoration. A-GAP is a non-profit foundation, founded by Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company. Founder Marygrace Sexton, CEO of Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company, uncovered important insights simply by living her life as a business owner, mother of two, and grandmother of one. She developed an acute sense of awareness for the adverse effects of technology on human relationships and professional performance, which awakened a desire to create a reprieve free of digital clutter. Her own hunger for contemplation and spiritual rejuvenation moved her heart to find a way to help others live unplugged so that they may experience positive change and inner healing.
Marygrace connected to Bethany Baker, an inspired leader brought on to execute the vision of A-GAP. Bethany has a diverse background in marketing, ministry & music, and previously served as a Kids Minister Leader recruiting and leading 50-100 volunteers. Bethany was most recently at one of Christ’s Church of the Valley’s multi-site locations in Arizona as campus coordinator, where she managed events, assisted staff & helped run the church’s administration. She is passionate about connecting people & creating space for what matters.
Join the A-GAP team in creating freedom from technology in order to connect with authentic community, explore creation, deepen creativity, and facilitate growth.
“One of the best things you can do is physically separate yourself from the device.”