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Relief Team Mobilizes Following Tornado Outbreak

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Following the severe weather and deadly tornadoes across the Southern United States and Ohio Valley, Dec. 10-11, 2021, the KCM/EMIC Relief Team has been fast at work locating our Partners and Friends in the various areas and assessing needs.

On the night of Friday, December 10, into early Saturday, a family of tornadoes tore through Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee. The largest of the tornadoes barreled through 227 miles of land, with 220 miles of that land being Kentucky, leaving in its wake a devastating path of destruction. Currently, there have been at least 88 confirmed deaths, and as of this writing, more than 100 people are still unaccounted for.

As tens of thousands of residents remain without power, we are making every effort to make contact with our Partners and Friends in the affected areas and assess needs. We are working on assembling self-sufficient, boots-on-the-ground teams that will minister directly in affected areas. Meanwhile, we are also partnering with Operation Blessing, as they have many teams ready to help.

As we seek the Lord and make plans to help Partners, Friends and others, our first order of help is to pray. In the face of this tragic disaster, may we pray with compassion, understanding and faith.

Join us in this prayer today:

Dear Heavenly Father,

We pray for everyone affected by these storms and lift them up to You today. As many are facing extreme devastation and loss, may You wrap them in Your presence and peace, and help them to not be afraid and to put their trust in You, their God. We ask for You to strengthen, help and uphold them according to Your promises. We ask that You would restore everything the devil has stolen through these storms—spiritually, emotionally and physically. Pour out Your wisdom so each person knows what to do and how to do it, and we ask for a supernatural supply of everything they need, especially finances. And finally, show us how we can help our fellow brothers and sisters during this difficult time. In Jesus’ Name we pray. Amen.

Isaiah 41:10; Psalm 34:17; John 10:10; Deuteronomy 30:3; Psalm 143:8; Ecclesiastes 2:26

Thank you for praying as we seek to be a blessing and an aid to those in need.

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The KCM/EMIC Relief Team is made possible by the financial support and prayers of our Partners. So, if you are a Partner with Kenneth Copeland Ministries or a member of Eagle Mountain International Church, thank you. Your support through prayer and giving affects lives spiritually, emotionally, physically and financially worldwide.

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