Move Out

Identity
Faith Bowory

Meet Our School Partners

Summer is now in full-swing; our kids are thrilled (or bored) with vacation, and we’re all glad this unpredictable and ever-changing school year has ended. We’re always grateful for the teachers, administration, and social workers

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Current Events
Kristin Pelletier

What It’s Really Like Out There

Not only is she walking into the rooms of COVID-19 patients to turn them onto their bellies to facilitate easier breathing, but Jenna is also starting a conversation within our community about these harrowing days she and her friends in the medical field are facing. She wants us to know what it’s really like out there.

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Missions
Terri Cracchiolo

My Move Out Story: Warming the Homeless

Terri doesn’t do this because she has to or she should, it is life-giving to her. “Serving is a huge blessing!” she says. She encourages others to get up and move out to meet needs – “you’ll find love for these people you didn’t even know you had.”

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Move Out
Melissa Thwing

A Move Out Story: Living An Unselfish Life

Andrew Kelly spent the first 37 years of his life without investing a single day serving others. He felt isolated and disconnected from the rest of the world around him. But that all changed when he found his fulfillment and purpose in serving others.

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Leadership
Multiple Authors

A Year In Review

I have overwhelming thankfulness that Jesus has allowed us to walk with Him into amazing places. He has given us influence in metro Detroit, in churches all over the nation, and in strategic nations globally.

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Missions
Melissa Thwing

A Walk That Changed Everything

While the Pokot people may be forgotten to some, they are considered family to Kensington Church. Kensington’s Hope Water Project provides new water wells for the impoverished, neglected and marginalized people of the Pokot tribe in northwestern Kenya.

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Missions
Ryan Jezdimir

Man Up Trip: Do You See Her?

Do you see the Nepali women? Do you see the Nepali women as Jesus does? The 13 American men did. They saw the brokenness. But, even greater, they saw their love of God and their love for each other. They saw Survivors. Sisters. Daughters. Leaders

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