Your donation to GenOn Ministries makes stories of life-lasting faith formation possible. Will you give in response to what you’ve experienced, or in hope for the future? Or both?
Laura Sambito grew up in LOGOS at Highlands United Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Her memories are about relationships and being surrounded by love. Laura fondly recalls her LOGOS middle school Bible teacher who later became her biggest cheerleader as she began her work in the church. Laura is now the Director of Christian Education at this church that surrounded her with love.
Laura’s family spans three generations in LOGOS. She and her future husband were in LOGOS together in high school (when her parents first volunteered) and after college, returned as table parents. They now have two boys in LOGOS, and they hold Wednesdays as sacred—despite heavy involvement in baseball—so that the family can learn and grow with their church family.
The whole church embraces LOGOS at Highlands UPC! Karen, mom to 10-year-old Caleb shared, “Our son, who has Down syndrome, has been fully included in LOGOS. Our church family has learned and grown with him. They have wonderful relationships that have grown out of Christ’s love and reach far beyond abilities. We are so thankful for LOGOS!”
If you are thankful for this ministry, too, will you respond in gratitude with a donation—or second mile donation? Your donation to GenOn Ministries makes these stories—and stories to come—possible. Is there someone you might donate in honor or memory of?
About 40 percent of GenOn’s funding comes from donations from people like you.
Exciting news! We have a matching challenge for the first $4,300 of donations made by the end of this year. We have additional funds to match new donors (or donors who haven’t given in several years).
Donations to GenOn Ministries can be made:
By check: Mail a donation to the address to:
Electronically: Submit a donation online through our secure website. There is a place to indicate if your donation is in memory or honor of someone.