Our Impact

There’s nothing more powerful than churches working together as the body of Christ.

Every year, Love INC of Allegan County connects its partner church volunteers to over 500 families in their community. Together, we are able to not only meet over 1,000 needs, but meet each person where they’re at. Caring for them holistically, our neighbors are met with dignity and respect, while our partner churches are free to focus on serving according to their strengths. The result? Transformed lives. Transformed churches. And transformed communities.

Testimony Stories

Firewood

Roxy

If you’ve ever driven by Love INC, you’ve likely seen our firewood pantry. Sometimes it’s messy. Sometimes it’s organized. But it always serves as such an integral ministry to our

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Erin | An Update

In early 2023, we shared Erin’s story with you. A candidate for one of the homes in our 10 Homes for 10 Families program, as of December of 2024, Erin

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Nikkie

Nikkie

After visiting Love INC twice and backing out on beginning LIFE Skills multiple times, I started the LIFE Skills program on August 2, 2020. I took many different classes in

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Jeans story photo

Jean

Hired in 2002 as just the second paid employee of the very young Love INC Allegan County, Jean Eding has served as our LIFE Skills Director for 22 years. Jean

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Eleshia

Eleshia

As I reflect on my journey this past year and a half in the LIFE Skills program, I am overwhelmed by the kindness and integrity of the staff and volunteers.

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Glenda

Glenda

No one tells you how much you’ll learn and grow when you sign up to help someone learn and grow. I was paired up with Mallory at Love INC’s Thursday

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Mallory

Mallory

“He sent forth his Word and healed them; He rescued them from the grave.” – Psalm 107:20 Suffering from the after-effects of brainwashing and abuse from my kids’ dad, I

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Mike and Shaunda

Mike and Shaunda live in Pullman with their two children. Struggling financially, they first came to Love INC to receive help with some food and personal care items. Because of

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Erin

At 32, I was a divorced, single mom with a cancer diagnosis who was barely making ends meet. I chose to hide behind the only coping tool I’d known since

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Joe and Renae

Referred by the Allegan County Resource Development Committee (ACRDC), Joe and Renae started attending LIFE Skills to seek guidance on their financial and living circumstances. Homeless, unemployed and with two

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