Kenneth Copeland Ministries is dedicated to building up believers’ faith and deepening their walk with Christ, so they can live the victorious life God promised.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries is located at 14355 Morris Dido Road, Fort Worth, TX 76192 on 33 acres and was valued at $554,160 in 2008 by Tarrant Appraisal District. The site includes the Eagle Mountain International Church, television production and audio recording facilities, warehouse and distribution facilities, residences for the Copeland family, and Kenneth Copeland Airport. Approximately 500 people are employed by KCM.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries’ grew through the 1970s and in 1979, “Believer’s Voice of Victory” first appeared on television. Headquartered in Newark, Texas, it has international offices in Australia, Africa, Canada, Europe and the Ukraine. According to Kenneth Copeland Ministries, it is also actively involved in ministry to prison inmates in 23 countries.
The Kenneth Copeland Ministries Partner Service Center is filled with ministers who pray with more than 11,000 people each week. In addition, they personally call more than 2,000 people each week, responding to prayer requests and natural disasters.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries communicates with nearly 52,000 prisoners to let them know Jesus loves them and that Kenneth Copeland Ministries is praying for them.
Kenneth Copeland has personally ministered teachings on love and freedom in Texas and Louisiana prisons.
Out of the 20,000 letters per month Kenneth Copeland Ministries receives from prisoners, KCM provides inmates with necessary faith-building tools, including 100,000 Bibles and 400,000 various teaching materials each year.
Kenneth Copeland Ministries staff and teams of volunteers support thousands of servicemen and servicewomen through their military ministry. They send gift packages filled with KCM materials, toiletries, snacks and birthday cards to men and women serving overseas. Kenneth Copeland Ministries gives financially to more than 100 ministries in more than 120 countries including Churches, Orphanages, Youth programs and Rehabilitation centers.
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