Rhythms are just a part of what it is to be human. We have the physical rhythms of our heart beat, our breathing,
I had lunch recently with one of the remarkable people who have been vital parts of Family Promise in Lawrence. Karin Feltman
Frequently when I am out and about in Lawrence, I am asked, why is Family Promise different? Excellent question!
A friend sent me a passage to encourage me this morning. She sent me: Mt 6:28-33
We are so excited to let you know that the National Founder of Family Promise, Karen Olson is coming to visit Lawrence next week to help us celebrate our 5th Year Anniversary. Some of the opportunities you may have to hear, or listen to Karen are:
Life with Family Promise means a fairly constant roller coaster of the highest highs and the lowest lows. Helping a family move into a new home or celebrate a new job means all-out cock-a-doodle-doo-ing. Having to say, “I’m sorry, our program is full,” to most of the 65 families who called asking for help in…
Family Promise Day Center will be a site for the Lawrence Final Friday Art Walk this Friday! Pieces from Heather Duris, Morning Star Church, and from one of the Missional Communities at Vintage Church
If you are reading this blog it can only be because you believe in Lawrence Family Promise and the impact it is having on the lives of children and families in our community.
I have a picture in my office; a jigsaw puzzle of a little toddler. The puzzle is not complete. It is missing some pieces. I love this picture, as I believe it captures the importance of each contribution to the success of the Family Promise model. The puzzle is not complete, without all the hundreds…
Temporary Housing – a successful response to the overwhelming needs: