Partnership with Kenneth Copeland Ministries Changed My Life





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Published on Mar 20, 2019

Russell Neideck is a Partner with Kenneth Copeland Ministries (KCM), but he’s also the Director of Jesse Duplantis Ministries Australia. In fact, that ministry opportunity came about through KCM.

Twenty years ago, when KCM was planning to hold its Australian Believer’s Convention in Brisbane, Russell and his wife offered to volunteer in whatever capacity the ministry needed. As it so happened, Russell was assigned to be Jesse Duplantis’ driver for the week. That connection turned out to be a divine one. The two men got to know one another, and Russell asked if Jesse had ever considered opening an Australian office. As the saying goes, “The rest is history.” Twenty years later, Russell still loves being part of sharing God’s Word throughout Australia and the surrounding areas.

He especially loves attending faith-filled meetings like the Australia Believer’s Conventions and advises every Christian to attend one. As he says, “That corporate anointing, that anointing that’s there and the Word of God and the excitement and the revelation that comes forward, it’s just unbelievable. You can’t buy it.”

Russell has also learned just how important partnership is. While he isn’t able to travel the world helping others learn about the Word of God or teaching them to live by faith, he knows that through his partnership with Kenneth Copeland Ministries, he’s able to participate in sharing the gospel and in bringing born again believers from the milk to the meat of the Word.

Watch Russell Neideck’s testimony and hear how partnership with Kenneth Copeland Ministries changed his life. To learn more about partnership and how you can be part of what God is doing through KCM worldwide, visit Kenneth Copeland Ministries at www.kcm.org/partner. We’re here for you!


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