"... If you have faith as a mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, 'move from here to there' and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you."
an extremely small amount
the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen
Our name is our mission.
inspire others to act in faith
Write the vision. Make it plain.
every person feels valued, seen, and heard
inspired by faith. powered by love.
Tai Mei Gordon
Tai Mei has a passion for serving others and fed her passion working in the hospitality industry for over 30 years. She is committed to giving a voice to the voiceless and fighting for society’s underdogs. She believes with God, all things are possible; therefore, Tai Mei endeavors to inspire others to act in faith.
After representing Marriott International in various roles for 26 years, Tai Mei resigned to fulfill the call to form IOTA Faith. She is excited to apply the leadership, relationship building, and communication skills she gained over the years to advance IOTA Faith's mission.
Tai Mei loves Jesus, her husband, her family, and all animals, especially, Max the Wonder Dog. Spending time learning stories of and giving hugs to people who are in need is how she best shares the love of Jesus.
Richard Gordon, Jr.
Richard is an advocate for the underserved. He stands up against injustice and fights for what is right. His unwavering faith in God allows him to move mountains. There is nothing impossible for Richard because he relies on God to go before him.
Richard is a devoted husband, father, and business owner. He started his company, IHS Automation (formerly RICHMAR & Associates) in 1997 and has worked with both the public and private sectors. Richard has never met a stranger. He’s been known to give people the shirt off his back and the shoes off his feet. Richard's number one priority is glorifying God by being His hands and feet.
chief inspiration officer
Max, our Chief Inspiration Officer, was laid to rest on December 4, 2021. He had been a part of our family since he was seven weeks old.
Max loved everyone he met and shared hugs and kisses without hesitation. His favorite pastime was playing fetch. He never met a ball he didn't like. His Grandma spoiled him with Frosted Mini-Wheats for breakfast and carrots for an afternoon snack.
Max lived a long and wonderful life. We were told that big dogs don't live as long as smaller breeds, but Max proved them wrong. He spent almost 15 years living his best life. In 2020, he had a major surgery to remove a baseball-sized soft tissue sarcoma from his chest. Later, he was diagnosed with Degenerative Myelopathy. Ultimately, his hind legs started giving out and the vet said his quality of life would continue to diminish.
We continue to be inspired by Max because no matter what he went through, he lived life to the fullest and no matter who you were, he loved you unconditionally. He reminds us of how Jesus loves us despite all of our flaws and imperfections. Although Max is no longer with us physically, he lives forever in our hearts.