Earlier this year, Kenneth Copeland Ministries announced a new partnership in ministry with The Joseph Storehouse — “providing help for today and hope for tomorrow.” The Joseph Storehouse is a disaster and hunger relief organization that works with food manufacturers and retail chains to expand their charitable outreach. They also assist ministries and churches with their food pantries.
This year, The Joseph Storehouse has partnered with KCM to provide disaster relief to tornado and flood victims in Alabama, Missouri and Montana. You can visit The Joseph Storehouse at 4605 Denton Hwy., just off north 820 in Fort Worth (or call them at 817-281-7050). There they distribute brand-name cereal, canned goods, toiletries—literally hundreds of products just like you’d find in your local grocery store, but at a fraction of the cost to those who need assistance. The goal is to give “a ‘hand up’ instead of a ‘handout.’”
“God is always taking us to another place so we can bless another person!” said a Storehouse representative. If you know anyone who needs help buying their food or household goods, please let them know about The Joseph Storehouse today! (Participation in the assistance program requires prior qualification by The Joseph Storehouse client services caseworkers.)
God bless you and remember, “Jesus Is Lord!”
Kenneth Copeland Ministries
P.S. If you would like more information about how KCM and our Partners work together to get help directly into the hands of those who need it, please give us a call at 817-852-6000.