“This ministry is ready. We’re prepared. We’ve got Partners down there in that whole Gulf Coast area that we’re close to and they need our help. We’re going to be right in the middle of it!”
As you know, thousands of residents living off the Gulf Coast were forced to evacuate their homes earlier this week in the onslaught of Hurricane Katrina, leaving behind nearly everything they owned. And since then a great number of those people—many of whom are Partners with our ministry—have been rendered helpless and homeless.
Now, they need our help!
I am writing to let you know that we have established the “KCM Katrina Relief Fund” to assist our church brothers and sisters—our Partners and Friends—in the affected areas of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, and to ask you to join us in this effort. I have recorded a special message on this whole disaster, and some of the spiritual reasons behind it. Please take time now to listen to the message, so that you will know how to pray over this situation. Then, be led of the Lord in how you are to respond in helping those affected by this tragedy.
If you would like to make a financial contribution through the “KCM Katrina Relief Fund,” you can do so now by clicking here. Or, you can call 1-888-326-011. One hundred percent of all contributions made through the “KCM Katrina Relief Fund” will be sent to the designated relief areas. If you live outside the United States and would like to contribute, please click here. All contributions from outside the United States will be receipted from the USA.
We are currently coordinating with Operation Blessing in an effort to determine what items are needed, and how to get them delivered to those affected by this tragedy. We will make that information available to you on our Web site at kcm.org as soon as it becomes available. Please check there often.
I encourage you to not get into fear over what has happened. Take authority over fear right now, in the Name of Jesus, and put a stop to any kind of fear thoughts that the devil would try to sow into your minds—particularly those of you who have loved ones and friends down there. Instead, be a source of prayer and strength for those who have been affected, and for those who are working to help pull things back together. This thing goes far beyond just what you can see in the news media. The spiritual ramifications of this are enormous. But we are delivered from fear. Don’t let it in!