It was cool to run across this video on Facebook today.  It is connected with a “spiritual community of faith” that an old friend of mine, Jeremy Falk, is leading up in Ann Arbor, MI.  This video showcases stories from some of the people on their streets that they are reaching out to.

Kaioen, as described on their site…

Kaioen (pronounced “kiy-oh-in”) comes from blending two Greek words “kaio” and “en”. The phrase means “to burn within”. This phrase is used to describe the experience two of Jesus’ disciples had while talking with Him on the road to Emmaus in Luke 24. Our hope here at Kaioen, is that our discussions can lead to similar types of experiences.

For more on Kaioen, visit

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