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Christ-Centered Kabbalah Is A Part Of Living Epistles Ministries, A Tax-Exempt Organization That Provides Free Spiritual Literature To The International Community.

 

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Thank You and God bless you!
 

More than 15% of Christ-Centered Kabbalah 2016 income was allocated to charity.

 

The following ministries (which provide food, clothing and medical treatment to the poor and needy), and organizations (which support Judeo-Christian principles, and defend the Constitution of the United States), and local community services, received tithes and free-will offerings from Christ-Centered Kabbalah in 2016.

 

Alliance Defending Freedom, American Center For Law & Justice, Christian Broadcasting Network, Family Radio Station, Feed The Children, Full Gospel Interdenominational Church, GHS International, HGM - Mission Of Hope - Haiti, International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, Jesus is Lord Church, Joyce Meyer Ministries, Judicial Watch, Leroy Jenkins Evangelistic, Lighthouse Mission, Lubavitch of the East End, National Divine Connection of Prayer, Needy Families in our local community, New Beginnings Christian Center, River of Life International, Tunnel 2 Towers, Watchman International, Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., World Vision, World-Wide Lighthouse Missions.

 

 God bless you.

Sheila R. Vitale,
Pastor, Teacher & Founder
Living Epistles Ministries
Christ-Centered Kabbalah

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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