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Reader a Texas megachurch  raised $10 million on Resurrection Sunday to completely pay off the medical debt of over 4,000 families in their community ( You Can Read It Here ). They sent a letter to each one saying that their debt has been paid in full. The Texas megachurch blessed the more than 4,000 families within a 20-mile radius of each of its five campuses by paying off their medical debt totaling more than $10.5 million. Stephen Hayes, senior pastor of Covenant Church based in Carrollton, announced during his Easter Sunday sermon that thanks to generous giving by church members, the church had enough extra funds to donate $100,000 to an organization that purchases medical debt for pennies on the dollar and forgives individuals and families of their debt. Thanks Covenant Church😍😍  

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  1. That's beautiful...but what about some help with these Student Loans tho....SO SERIOUS!!!

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    1. Anonymous I think that's a good question.

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  2. This is how churches are “suppose”to use tithes and offerings.

    The community gives to the church and the church helps those in the community that are less fortunate.

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    1. I agree 100%. To God be the glory

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  3. Now that's Christ like works. Kudos

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  4. This is great!
    Obviously this is a predominantly white church, and I’m curios what the demographics of that 20 mile radius look like.
    I would like to see black churches that are in black community do this for maybe just a 1 mile radius???

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  5. I pray these families would have their faith moved to accept Jesus as Savior if they are lost, attend this church, and give back to that Church and others.

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    1. I agree. Many like to talk about the Church, and refuse to talk about the folks in the community as "SINNERS". I'm like you. I pray this church not only gives out the money, but preach the Gospel so all will Repent and come out of their sins and give their life to the LORD. Helping is good, but all the money they receive will not save them. Ms. Ann this is a good post. I have the gift of evangelism, and when I go out in the community passing out tracks and telling people Christ, they are not interested at all. Many are called, but few are chosen.

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  6. I'm a Pastor and we do a lot of Outreach in the Community. Our Church was broken in twice last year. We decided to cut back on some of our OUTREACH to purchase a Security System. Of all the people we've helped, families pay their light bills and rent, Children Clothes Drive, Counseling, VBS programs and other special Services, Carnivals, etc, most people who attend my church do not live in the Community. We continue to press on to offer them, but are considering moving under the guidance of the LORD to a ground that is ripe. There are many other churches in the metropolitan city that do a lot like this white church here. I hope the LORD move on many people's heart, because that's the most important thing.

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