In frustration, Holoman began praying, and that is when it hit him.
"The name came to me, God's Care, and the color scheme, everything just kind of like a light turned on and started treating it like a business," Holamon explains.
A business that entails a job that is not always easy.
"It's dirty, it's hot, it's really hot," describes Jeremy Voss, one of the co-owners.
The employees see their job as more than just basic landscaping services.
"One of the things that we talk about at God's Care is that we've been given the privilege to shape the world in which people live," says Voss.
Voss continues, "And we find that to be very amazing."
He says they never take their job for granted.
"It's not our right to come out here and mow someone's lawn. It's our privilege and we are thankful for the opportunities to come out here and do this," says Voss.