When crisis strikes, we may rely on our own extended family and friends for support. But what happens when that safety net does not exist? Or, what happens if the problem involves drug addiction, incarceration, illness or other trauma? Overburdened state run foster care can often only support children who have been identified as abused.… Continue reading →


Hunger doesn’t take a Spring Break. Kirkland Nourishing Network is working to provide food for families in our community during Spring Break. Participating in the Spring Break for the Hungry project is as easy as filling a cardboard box (or 2) with shelf-stable products and bringing the box (es) to the corner of 132nd Ave NE and NE… Continue reading →


Our annual Mission Weekend aims to inform, celebrate, and engage the community at Northshore in what God is doing in our local and global community, and specifically how Northshore has been blessed to join His work. From Friday night Home Dinners, to ministry tables, to topic-specific seminars, we invite you to join the conversation of… Continue reading →


A TIME TO REFRESH AND REJUVENATE: “This conference is changing and saving lives.” For more information – See the Website Refresh is an annual Christian conference at Overlake Christian Church in Redmond. This one-of-a-kind conference is focused on reigniting hope in the hearts of foster and adoptive parents, kinship providers, grandparents, and others who care for God’s… Continue reading →


You are invited to participate in this year’s Global/Local Missions photo contest titled, The Risk to Go. This is a great opportunity to submit photos of God’s work around the world and in our community as seen through the lens of your camera. This is a Juried Exhibition – 1st Prize $1,000, 2nd Prize $500,… Continue reading →


Neighbor – Definition: noun –  a person living near or next door to the person referred to. Example: Question: What is another way to meet my neighbor?  Answer: Recently I was talking with a neighbor and she told me about I signed on for my neighborhood – South Juanita, Kirkland. It has been an awesome tool… Continue reading →


It is winter and the weather is COLD outside. Eastside cities have opened Severe Weather Shelters. These bare bones shelters are open from November through March so that the poorest of the poor can be brought in off the streets during the coldest time of the year. What they receive is a mattress, a blanket and a warm… Continue reading →


Vision House: Building Hope and Restoring Lives since 1990.Vision House provides transitional housing, support services and child care for homeless mothers and their children and separately to homeless men recovering from substance abuse.Vision House is looking for a handyman to work at their Thrift Store in Bothell. Drywall and trim, shelves and brackets, painting. For more… Continue reading →