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Man Up Trip: Do You See Her?
Tomorrow morning, March 20, Ryan Jezdimir will again be en route to Nepal leading a Man Up team to support the anti-trafficking efforts of Our Daughters International. Please pray for their safety and their mission. This blog was written upon the return from his previous trip to Nepal. In May of 2018, a band of…VIEW
My Move Out Story: Warming the Homeless
If you've spent a lot of time around Kensington lately, you may have heard the question, who are your people? In other words, what need or demographic tugs at your heart-strings? It's the key to finding out what God has planted in you, and when you move out to meet that need, you will find…VIEW
10 Years Into Our Marriage My Wife Said, “She Had Lost All Feelings For Me…
Fear and regret gripped my heart. It choked out all hope that my marriage would survive. My wife of 10 years had just told me she had lost all feelings for me and had little hope that her feelings could be rekindled. What had happened? How did we get here? The week before, I would…VIEW
All I Hear Is Boo
Here I was again, engulfed in loneliness and discouragement, my new companions. I was having another pity party, destroying any chance of falling asleep. Ughhhh! This was happening more and more as I lay my weary body down beside my husband Dave, who seemed oblivious to the tug-of-war in my mind. I should be content…VIEW
My Move Out Story: Who Are My People?
Three years ago, my husband and I re-watched some services in which guest speaker, Jamie Winship, asked the congregation to pray and ask the Lord, “Who are my people?” From our couch, my husband and I fully engaged in this prayer. To my surprise, I immediately received the response, “Latinos.” I was doubtful, but childhood…VIEW