GenOn Ministries announces funding available for U.S. and Canadian Christian churches starting, restarting, or sustaining a LOGOS weekly ministry where financial resources are limited. Churches can apply for a grant from the DeHaven LOGOS Fund to receive training, coaching, summer youth summit registrations, and related resources from GenOn Ministries.
LOGOS is a weekly intergenerational experience for young people that creates an arena where all ages, together, can learn about, experience, and practice the art of Christian relationships, critical for developing life-long disciples.
Pastor Reuben K. Thomas, recipient of a DeHaven grant said, “We needed training to be capable of starting LOGOS and fell in love with GenOn Ministries’ emphasis on intergenerational experiences—that children, youth, and adults receive ministry together. We are a new church without funds to pay for training and resources. The DeHaven Fund provided that.”
The Fund is named in memory of Jane DeHaven who was a member of First Christian Church in Des Moines, Iowa and instrumental in starting and leading the church’s LOGOS ministry. Jane also served as a volunteer training leader with GenOn Ministries.
Find out more about LOGOS, the DeHaven LOGOS Fund, and the grant application process here.
About GenOn Ministries: GenOn Ministries equips Christian communities for discipleship through intergenerational relationships and has a 50+ year history of partnering with churches to grow relationships, nurturing children, youth, and adults into a life-giving relationship with God through Jesus Christ.