Kendall Spence – A Mission to Serve Others

On the “Inspire” podcast, we had the great pleasure of featuring Kendall Spence, who works here in the Dallas office. Kendall’s singing on the “Inspire” pre-show started the idea of creating “Integrity Idol.” But due to her work on the podcast, and in spite of her great singing talent, she was unable to participate.

Today we thanked and honored Kendall by making a $5,000 donation in her name to a charity that she cares deeply about: Union Gospel Mission Dallas, from Bryan and his wife, Robyn. It’s a homeless shelter that offers a variety of services, including shelter, meals, education, skills training and much more. Kendall has served there with other Integrity team members in the past — and both she and Integrity plan to continue to support this wonderful cause in the future.

Below is a photo of Kendall and the team volunteering at the Mission:

Kendall volunteering

Service is one of Integrity’s core values, and we are very grateful for the way Kendall and so many others in the Integrity family work to serve and bless the lives of those in need.


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