The Bible is clear that we should care for widows and orphans and my church is pretty awesome at caring for orphans. In the last three years, our people have adopted nearly 100 children into forever homes. But up until recently, we have not put too much focus on the other half of the verse-caring for widows. I’m trying to be a catalyst for change on that front and to kick-start that effort, I spent a weekend teaching on it at our gatherings.
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My name is Antone. I serve as the Executive Pastor at Redemption Hill, a gospel-centered church in Kingsford, MI. I am happily married and have three kids and grandson. I love to mountain bike and backpack.
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