Don Gilbert shares his journey to intentional service that led him to resign his suburban pastor position living in Germantown, to move into the urban community of Orange Mound with his wife Linda. Together they are learning to build trust with their new neighbors through Kingdom Community Builders. The Orange Mound neighborhood was the first African American community built solely by and for African Americans in the United States. It was built on a former Plantation and got its name from a local fruit called the “mock orange”. By the 1970's, Orange Mound was one of the largest concentrations of African Americans in the U.S., besides Harlem.