One woman’s burning passion has ignited imaginations and mobilized Wesleyans for ministry to vulnerable children and families for over 20 years.
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Kentwood Community Church doesn’t just recognize Orphan Sunday. The Michigan church lives it out daily.
“Donate your birthday” and “become wrap-around supports” are just two ways you can become involved in caring for the orphan in conjunction with this year’s Orphan Sunday, November 12.
The Wesleyan Church has identified Orphan Sunday as a special Sunday emphasis that is worthy of denomination-wide observance.
The Wesleyan Church is, once again, observing Orphan Sunday this November. Read how one Wesleyan pastor and his family have responded to God’s desire to care for orphans, and how you can too.
Reflecting the heart of God, Christians at their best are known as people who take special care of orphans. Orphan Sunday is an opportunity to be united in support of a thrilling adventure with God.