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Phase 1 Update: Repair, Replace and Expand

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Phase 1 of the Repair, Replace, Expand initiative is well underway! After the significant damage caused to our campus by the February 2021 winter storms, the Lord spoke clearly to us that we are now standing at the “Golden Gate Bridge” of opportunity to not only repair and replace, but to expand for the future. (To learn more, see CEO Pastor George Pearson’s previous update HERE.)

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During Phase 1, we are getting our power plant back online, as well as making needed repairs to our buildings, replacing equipment and so much more. Following the Lord’s direction, we are not replacing things back to where they were; rather, we are upgrading with newer models and better functionality.

We have experienced God’s abundant favor and provision every step of the way!
Here are a couple testimonies of what has happened so far:

  • We were able to purchase more than 300 state-of-the-art, latest-model cubicles at a 65% discount to replace the ones we’ve had for 35 years. We even got to choose our own fabric!
  • We set a goal to purchase two power plant generators in Phase 1 and one additional generator in Phase 2. While working with the manufacturing company, the prices dropped. The company offered to drastically reduce the price even further if we purchased the third generator at the same time which saved at least $100,000.

We are rejoicing over miraculous things taking place!

Our main goals for Phase 1:

  • All buildings fully operational
  • Headquarters remodeled and furnished
  • Landscaping replanted
  • New power plant online
  • Make campuswide upgrades

Our Phase 1 budget to accomplish these goals was $6 million. We are overjoyed to report that God has already provided over $8.4 million through the generous donations of our Partners and Friends who have chosen to sow into this initiative. Glory to God!

Because of your giving, we are getting the job done! And why are we doing this? So we can fulfill the mission and vision for Kenneth Copeland Ministries and Eagle Mountain International Church—to take believers from the milk of the Word to the meat, teach them an uncommon faith so they can stand victoriously in life, and get the uncompromised Word of Faith on every available voice. To accomplish this, we must have a fully functional, updated facility.

And this is only the beginning! The expand part of our initiative, most of which will be coming in Phase 2, is important, as that will enable us to accomplish our mission in more and new ways. Expanding will position us for the good works the Lord has called us to and has already prepared for us to accomplish in the future. We are excited for what is to come!

We are standing in faith for the same things for you— that He will equip and position YOU for the good works He has called YOU to.

When our maintenance manager was initially surveying the damaged buildings and broken equipment everywhere, the Lord told him to continually confess, “It’s not as bad as it looks!” Almost immediately, we saw the hand of the Lord begin to turn things around.

Wherever you see discouraging situations, that same word belongs to you. We’re Partners! Declare it just as we are, “It’s not as bad as it looks!”

Then, thank the Lord for all He is doing, and praise Him for what He is about to do through this ministry and in your life to repair, replace and expand.

Always remember, God loves you, we love you, and…JESUS IS LORD!

Pastor Terri Copeland Pearsons
KCM Chief Operating Officer/EMIC Senior Pastor

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