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Mission Haven

Our Mission: Meeting people where they are to deliver individualized, quality care for the whole family at an affordable price while living out my kingdom purpose, loving the world one encounter at a time.

Mission Haven

The Inspiration Behind The Mission.

This mission is inspired from the love and grace of my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, but I would not know about His love and grace if not for Ken and Kenda Diehm. I met Ken and Kenda when I was 16 and had just experienced a horrific tragedy in my life. Ken and Kenda welcomed me into their home. I learned bedtime prayers, family meals (one should always pass the salt and pepper together), let folks know when you are leaving the house (especially if you are going to the ER), and unconditional love are truly “a thing”!

I fail at attempting to describe who Ken is except to call him, larger than life, a brilliant Man’s Man, and a Pastor’s Pastor. There is not a soul that he met that did not feel the love of Christ and experience hope and joy of a promise filled in a relationship with Christ. Ken encouraged his church members to be active participants in sharing the love of Christ. Ken would always say, “If God gave you an idea in the middle of the night, it is your assignment, not mine. What are you going to do about it?” Thus, I am living out my life’s call in response to the love of Christ, experienced in this life through Ken and Kenda. Because of Christ and the countless hours poured into my life by Ken and Kenda, Mission Haven Rediemed exists. My life is an offering to Christ, but my gratitude is expressed to Ken and Kenda through the naming of this mission in their honor.

It is my prayer that every patient and family I encounter through this ministry know the love and grace of Jesus, and it is my desire that I serve and love as Ken and Kenda Diehm have through their lives and ministry.

Ken passed away suddenly February 19, 2011. Not a day goes by that I don’t think of him. I pray when I reach heaven, he is the first I see to congratulate me on a life well lived, and I seek to hear my Savior say, “Well done, good and faithful servant!” (Matthew 25:23 NIV).