Upon their marriage in 2005, Brad vowed to support Autumn’s love for missions, but was never in favor of going. Within four years the Watt’s found themselves serving Jesus briefly among victims of trafficking in Thailand with God whispering Isaiah 55:8, “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways...” Back in the U.S. during the pursuit of the American Dream, God continued to speak His heart for “that which you’ve done for the least of these, you did to me...” (Matthew 25.40). After reading Little Princes, by Conor Grennen, the Watt’s began a desperate search for Kingdom work within the human trafficking sector and found Tiny Hands International.
Brad’s role as Director of Border Monitoring with Tiny Hands International, in Kathmandu, Nepal, provides an opportunity to fulfill the Great Commission as the Watt family seeks to love God, love others, and make disciples among the poorest of the poor. When hundreds of girls are intercepted along Nepal's border every year, instead of being trafficked into India's slave trade, life becomes a little bit sweeter. Autumn cherishes her position teaching at the international school just down the road from their house. The Watt children, Carys and Atticus, also enjoy their multicultural experience of receiving an education where over 30 different nationalities are represented by students and staff.