Felton challenges us to define our “purpose”. He believes that when we know our purpose, we have an anchor that provides stability, to keep the surprises of a creative universe from tossing us around, from inflicting constant seasickness in us.

Felton identifies his purpose in life as holding a position that enables him to help others navigate through trouble times. He says there are no unimportant jobs, no unimportant people, and no unimportant acts of kindness that can help others who need support. Felton realized years ago, that helping people in need was his calling, and having a calling rooted in integrity and love is how we all end each day with that good feeling that tells you you’ve made a difference in the world. That is why he is here at Trinity Center. He invites everyone to come and help us make a difference.