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More Than One Way Home:

More than one way Home, Part 14: Mess as Ministry

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Most people in Kelowna don't even know the Metro Central drop in center and coffee bar exists on Water Street.

But for the people who need it, Metro is the only place they feel safe and at home because many of them live on the streets of Kelowna.

It's also a church with a no barrier, come as you are policy.

Madonna Hamel spoke with Richard Locke, a man who used to be homeless and now he volunteers at Metro as his way of giving back.

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More Than One Way Home:

More Than One Way Home, Part 10: Rejoicin' it!

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Kenny Wayne  started playing the piano in his father's church in San Francisco at the age of eight.

Today he's an international touring and recording artist.

For Kenny, the experience of playing music as both a form of praise and living life to the fullest became a philosophy he calls: Rejoicing It.

And while not everyone's experience of church and music has been so positive, his positive attitude is infectious.

Kenny Wayne has recently moved to Kelowna. When Madonna Hamel caught up with him at his new home, he shared his story.


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