Hesston couple accepts Everence Journey award

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2017 award honors life and work of their son, Michael J. Sharp

Everence is supporting the life and work of Michael J. Sharp with the Everence 2017 National Journey Award, which recognizes people who model Christian stewardship. 

Michael - also known as MJ - was killed in March 2017 while serving with the United Nations in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

As part of the award, Everence will make a $5,000 contribution to Peacing it Together Foundation that supports Tony Brown’s international peace ministry, a charity chosen by Michael’s parents, John and Michele Sharp of Hesston, Kansas. 

To read the full story on MJ Sharp, click here

For more information about Journey Awards and a nomination form, please contact Kenda Mishler, Member Benefits Manager, at kenda.mishler@everence.com.

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