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400 Families – TOUCHED by Jesus this Resurrection Season!

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In September 2013, devastating flooding hit Colorado. It began September 9 and by the 15th, record breaking rainfall had caused flooding in 17 counties. Nineteen thousand homes were damaged and 1500 homes were destroyed.

Immediately following the flooding, the Kenneth Copeland Ministries Disaster Relief team was on the scene, checking on Partners and providing assistance. Of course, complete recovery can take a long time—both physically and spiritually—so, on April 12, 2014, the KCM Disaster Relief team returned to Longmont, Colo., to host THE REACH in partnership with Feed The Children and Pastors Mark and Patty Spencer of Christ Church International.

THE REACH is an outreach of Kenneth Copeland Ministries with Riley Stephenson, KCM’s Minister of Evangelism. The mission of this outreach is to provide physical needs for families still recovering from disaster, along with meeting them where they are at spiritually with encouragement, love and most importantly JESUS!

Click below to see the lives TOUCHED by Jesus this Easter season:

Four hundred families received THREE boxes of food and household necessities to fill their pantries. BUT most importantly many received Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior! Praise God!

Natural disaster can be devastating to people—even if they already know the Lord—but our hope is to leave everyone we meet with the love of the Father, a new hope for the future, and the assurance that they are not forgotten and that “JESUS IS LORD!” over any circumstance they face.

Together, we’re changing lives and making a REAL difference!

Steve Poteet

KCM Disaster Relief

P.S. Click here to find out how you can be a part of helping KCM Partners and their communities recover. And…keep up with the Disaster Relief Team and the relief efforts happening across the country by visiting KCM’s YouTube channel or KCM’s blog on a regular basis.

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