We believe that paying attention to the ‘lived’ theology in the lives of those who labor everyday in the unpromising and blistered places of our city as well as the most powerful places of our city, will give people a glimpse of authentic faith among the vulnerable and the powerful, to give hope to those who have none today. We can’t do this alone. This takes a whole tribe. Many different traditions and disciplines are necessary for this kind of renewal. Creative new works must be formed and the vulnerable and marginalized need lots of people fighting for their equality of service and opportunity.

This is a movement that moves people to take ownership of their lives, of the world around them, of their neighbors next door. This is a call to be present, to reproduce authentic men and women who presence themselves in intentional ways among the most vulnerable and the most powerful, to live with eyes wide open. To confront injustice and make a difference where it’s needed. Our hopes is to work towards a holistic health center called The Kineo Center, where we can bring together collaborative partnerships in the areas of mental health, physical health, spiritual health, and community health. With a background in theology and psychology, we seek to be apart of integrating our minds and lives in ways that heal past wounds, create new opportunities, and offer hope to individuals, couples, families, leaders, and businesses.

We would like to invite you to consider financially supporting us as we are connecting and networking people all over the city to live out this new ethos, as well as working towards establishing The Kineo Center. We fundraise as city missionaries through a 501(c)3 called Antioch Network, with connects us to local, national, and international partnerships. A link for tax-free donations for our family can be found HERE.

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Jeff Skeens