FAMILYCOMMUNITY INSPIRATION RESOURCES PARTNERS

cover photo
Welcome to Moving and Welcoming, a site designed to help families who are moving and settling in and those who minister to them by exercising of the gift of Hospitality. We're glad you stopped by!

The average American family moves once every five years. If you have moved recently, you can testify to the impact a move can have on your family. We desire to help families Move with Peace of Mind!

  • Our “Moving” Mission Statement: To equip people who are moving with the contacts, tools and information to ensure a smooth move and empowers them to be able to settle into the community and find their niche for serving God as quickly as possible.

  • Our “Welcoming” Mission Statement: To equip Christians with the vision, tools and connections to enable them to practice the ministry of hospitality in their homes, at work, in school and in their neighborhoods!

Check back frequently as we'll be adding content regularly.

More About Moving and Welcoming

Latest News

RESOLUTIONS FOR HOUSING CONSUMERS
A New Year has dawned and, for many, with it comes the daunting task of acquiring, retaining, selling a home or tapping the equity of what's likely to be your most valuable asset. [more]

INVESTORS EXPECT 2004 TO BE A TRANSITION PERIOD
Real estate investors are expecting 2004 to be a transition period as markets move toward a weak recovery tempered by a continued loss of jobs overseas, limited job creation here at home and continued budget shortfalls in all levels of government. [more]

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Where did 2003 go? It seems almost yesterday that I was making my predictions for this year, and now its time once more to look to the future. [more]

MUST-DO RESOLUTIONS FOR THE NEW HOMEOWNER
Once you buy or move into a home, it's so easy to kick back and let things run on autopilot. Unfortunately, houses don't take care of themselves. As 2004 begins, vow to be as good to your house as you'd like it to be to you. [more]



FAMILYCOMMUNITYINSPIRATIONRESOURCESPARTNERS