Kewon Foster

Out Of Love Ministries , Georgia
Lead Church Planter
Chamblee Georgia
Out Of Love Ministries
January 17
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About My Family

On December 28, 2002, Kewon married his high-school sweetheart, Idalmis Foster. They are the parents of seven children: Saniah (17), Moriah (9), Kewon Jr. (8), Josiah (4), Grace (1) and twin boys born on July 08,2021: Nehemiah and Ezra.

About My Church Plant

Kewon has a passion for helping people in their faith journey by encouraging them in the principles of guiding, growing and going. Kewon grew up in Tampa, Fla., where he accepted Jesus at the age of 17.

At that point, his life was transformed forever. He became passionate about personal discipleship and imparting the transformational kingdom principles of God's Holy Word into the lives of others. Kewon desires to spread the good news of Christ throughout the northeast Atlanta, Ga., area (Dekalb County) and abroad by planting a kingdom-minded church that is representative of heaven and embraces all people with the love of Christ.

NAMB Church Planting

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For the Lord to use me and Out of Love Ministries for His glory. For residents to be receptive to the gospel message as we seek to minister and serve them. For the Lord to provide us with individuals who have hearts willing to serve. For God to bless us with a minister of music.


Pray that God will allow us to embody the love of Christ in our local community. Join us for worship one Sunday. Join us as we serve our community through performing various acts of kindness (A.O.K.s), such as back-to-school bashes, community Easter egg hunts and community block parties. Assist us by donating to help with purchasing the items needed for our A.O.K.s.
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