In 2011 Bryan Jennings was invited to speak at Horizon North County, where he shared a message focused on the topic of “The Forgotten Promises of God.”-Little did he know that from this speaking engagement a very special friendship would be born with the Cho family.

Although Sam and Gina Cho had heard about Walking On Water a few years back, their interest grew when they heard Bryan speak at their home church, along with their desire to get involved.  Gina explains, “Our family motto for this past summer was to serve first then surf so after the service we approached Bryan to see how we might get involved. We were able to serve at each of the surf camps and our girls were able to attend them. The impact the ministry has had on our own girls has been inspiring to witness! They have become so bold in their faith. They are freely and openly sharing their faith in their public school. Ellia even shared her favorite book, the Surfers’ Bible, at her classes Show and Tell. Jesus said, ‘Therefore by their fruits you will know them.’ (Matthew 7:20) We have seen the ‘good fruits’ that are being harvested through W.O.W.”

Walking On Water has been immensely blessed by the Cho family’s willingness to selflessly serve wherever we have had a need. Whether it be helping out at our surf camps, at our outreach events, with mundane office tasks or through prayer the Cho’s have been eager to lend a helping hand. Bryan Jennings shares, “Sam and Gina genuinely exemplify a true servants heart. Not only have they been willing to serve in any and all situations but they have done so every time with a smile on their face! Walking On Water is very thankful for all they do!”