Gary Kendall shares the "Why?" behind Love KC and the partnership with Blesseveryhome.com. Listen for the "only God..." stories.
Dave Robinson, the Executive Director of Church Movements at CRU, discusses the changing face of evangelism with host Gary Kendall. As our culture changes so must our vocabulary and strategies.
Gary Kendall, BlessEveryHome.com Prayer Catalyst, interviews Norm and Debbie Przybylski about their Pray-Care-Share journey. Their amazing stories and obvious love for God inspire and equip us to reach our friends and neighbors.
Gary Kendall, introduces Jane Flora Swick, a relatively new user to Blesseveryhome.com. She describes herself as an introvert but her stories will show you how God works through her and her husband, Mark, in their neighborhood.
Meet author Lance Ford who is a national leader sharing how to reach your neighbors and bring heaven to earth. Lance tells the story of engaging a neighbor when he was certain he would be rejected. You willl want to hear his take on being the voice of the Word of God in your neighborhood.
Robin Wood reminds us never to give up as he shares the story of a 14-year relationship with a neighbor, John, who was resistant until a potential divorce caused him to reach out for help. What happened next changed his life for generations to come.
Gary Kendall interviews his neighbors, Lorenzo, and Kassie Castaneda. They share how God got their attention and led them to share Jesus in their neighborhood. They talk about blesseveryhome.com, how to use it, and why it matters.
Brian Johnson, Pastor of The Simple Church Network at Westside Family Church, breaks down the acrostic B.L.E.S.S. by sharing stories from his church planting days. He illustrates how B.L.E.S.S. can prepare us to build community with our neighbors and share our faith. He reminds us to join Jesus where He is already at work.
Founder, Chris Cooper, of blesseveryhome.com shares how he caught the vision for adopting every neighborhood in the U.S. and the events leading up to the creation of his site. Chris reveals where the idea for prayer, care and share came from. He invites you to join a growing movement of neighboring.