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In this podcast episode of PROJECT: Faith Journey we are talking with author, blogger, pastor and missionary Kenneth A. Camp (@kennethacamp).
Found on the web at KennethACamp.com, he speaks to what it means to live a missional-llifestyle, something I think of as a life walked out, finding our purpose in serving others.
Listen in today as we talk about what it means to live out compassion through servant hood living, in our every day lives.
Foster Care Statistics in America
In this episode, we talk about a recent article of Kenneth’s that points out the number of churches in each state in America vs. how many children are waiting in the foster care system. Those numbers are staggering! In most states, there are double the amount of churches than there are for foster children needing a place to call home — many of the states 3, 4 or even 5 times the amount of churches compared to the children in need.
Read Kenneth’s full article about these statistics and the need for families to step up:
– Why Will the Church Not Respond to the Call?
Working with Refugees
Also, we mentioned a recent trip that Jen and I took to Hungary where we happened to work with Refugees. Listen to that podcast episode here:
– Mission: Budapest, Hungary – What is it like to be a missionary + The Syrian Refugee Crisis
Recent Guest Post:
Lastly, with a recent minor surgery, Kenneth asked me to be a guest blogger on his website. Here is the link to read that article:
– How to Praise God While on the Battlefield
Let us know any thoughts you have on this episode in the comments below.