I shook hands with a man who was something more than an ordinary man.
Four years ago we adopted this phrase to keep us pointed toward our goal: to house our first family before the snow flies.
Two awesome KU students, Austin and Brad have taken on a project for a semester Project Management class – to raise funds for Lawrence Family Promise to help remodel one of two bathrooms at the day center. Please print off these flyers and consider joining them in this effort by 2 different options:
Help Family Promise win $10,000 from GiveBack and Douglas County Community Foundation! Contestants who register for the GB Charity 10,000 are competing to earn virtual Flags. Those that earn the most Flags after 7 laps (7 weeks) win BIG donations for their favorite participating GiveBack charity. GiveBack and the Douglas County Community Foundation have teamed…
November Reflections from Dana
Heroes Sitting in the great room of the Frontiers of Freedom exhibit. Oversized photographs of leaders of the fight for Free State Kansas stare down on us
Family Promise works with families, only families. This distinction signifies the community that permeates every single aspect of what we do, and the love that is moved into community action in our midst.
A few minutes ago I sat down to talk with a young mom about how we would make sure children and their parents get a good dinner here at church. She’s just signed up to become the first Family Promise Meal Coordinator for Plymouth Church here in Des Moines, Iowa.
Recently I was talking with one of our adorable young new guests.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? How about cleaning and painting the interior of 2 homes – to get them move in ready for graduate family promise guests? We have generously been given the use of 2 properties for transitional/temporary housing and are working this Saturday to help get them ready for families! …