2020 Year in Review
COVID-19, racial injustice, political tension, tornadoes, hurricanes, and wildfires made 2020 an incredibly challenging year for all, economically and socially, limiting and changing our way of life. Many have lost friends and loved ones.
Most vulnerable and marginalized underserved communities were hit hard with the loss of jobs, income, and services. In addition, schools, churches, and community center closings robbed people of services and normal communications they depend on in caring out their everyday lives.
Kingdom Partners sees God’s image in all people. We enter a world of abundance and generosity, where resources are allocated fairly, accountability is broadly shared and hard work is rewarded as we take care of those who are most vulnerable. KP works to achieve this END.
More than 250 Pastors and community leaders have been engaged with KP activities with-in the last 3 years. Our leaders have come together to build long-term relationships and solve major problems in our city.
As the city and country were being shut down with fear and stress at an all-time high, we know of only one thing to do, turn to our God who sits high and looks low. KP started a daily prayer and devotional time led by our Pastors seeking solutions to our community problems. The Pastors met six weeks straight daily for prayers and devotional and community meetings. They developed ideas on how to work together to impact the lives of our people. Listed you will find highlights of 2020 for the KP network.