With Praise Community Fellowship You Always Have A Family!
A PLACE WHERE UNCONDITIONAL LOVE CHANGES LIVES
What if you found a way for people to experience less suffering in their lives? How important would it be for you to share that discovery? The suffering could be caused by sadness, discontent, anger, jealousy, disappointment or what ever is keeping one from experiencing peace, fulfillment, and joy.
That is my ministry, sharing the path I found to having greater peace, fulfillment and joy. I, like most people have had my share of disappointment, unhappiness, and struggles throughout life. I was a single parent, I have a handicapped son, I have been divorced, and have had health issues. But the good news is, through all of these trials I kept seeking answers. The answers I have found are life changing in a very positive way.
Praise Community Fellowship is a place where anyone can come with their issues and problems and learn these life-changing truths. Come find peace and hope with us. Come and let our Praise Fellowship Family be a center of hope and love for you and your family.
Sincerely, and with Love, Kent
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