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A Ministry Making a Positive Impact -
The KINGDOM Group!
I want to bring to your attention to a ministry that is making a positive impact in locally and nationally. The KINGDOM Group International, Inc. is a Baton Rouge based organization that is successfully addressing racial and cultural divisiveness. For the past 3 years this ministry has held meetings and special events that have resulted in very positive changes in the area of unity and reconciliation.
- Giving a SINGLE GIFTin any amount; or
- Becoming a MONTHLY DONORof $10, $25, $50, $100 or any amount; or
- By giving an “IN-KIND GIFT”(office space, equipment or supplies, volunteering, other donations, etc.)
Always remember to give to your local church first. Then, prayerfully consider how God would like you to partner with the KINGDOM Group.
Giving to the KINGDOM GROUP is easy. You can visit Kingdom Group website and click the GIVE NOW button. Or, you can mail your donation to KINGDOM Group, 8733 Siegen Lane, Ste. 141, Baton Rouge, LA 70810. You may also call Rev. Elmo Winters at (225) 305-3006 for additional information. The KINGDOM Group is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.
Meet the Author
Todd Shupe is a Men’s Ministry Specialist through the General Commission of United Methodist Men and is in training to be a Certified Lay Minister through the Louisiana Conference of the United Methodist Church. He currently serves as the President of the Baton Rouge District of United Methodist Men and is a Board Member for Gulf South Men and serves on the Action Team for The Kingdom Group. He is a volunteer for the Walk to Emmaus, Grace Camp, and Iron Sharpens Iron. Todd resides in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
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