It is so important that we don’t disconnect our lives from history. It would be a great tragedy to disconnect ourselves from the victories and failures of our ancestors. In Memphis in the 60s, I grew up in a society that celebrated the victories and didn’t recognize the failures. To do this is to go through life sleep-walking. Our goal as human beings has to be to continually become more and more awake. -Steve Andrews
Relationship Advice Unfiltered
One out of a billion Sam Franjione, Assoc. Student Ministries Director, Orion Campus I’d say that some of the best...CONTINUE READING
A Conversation On Race
With members of Kensington Staff: Becky Lee, Steve Andrews, Jalen Seawright, Sam Franjione, Nancy Zott, Brian Petty, Aaron Jones, and...CONTINUE READING
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?...CONTINUE READING
What if I stopped “moving on” from the loss of my Dad and embraced “moving with” the loss instead? And what would that look like?