God our Father has raised and equipped some amazing “Radical Responders” through Koinonia House National Ministries to respond to the urgent need of those impacted by Incarceration. At this year’s radical banquet, the vision and mission for “Radical Responders” was captured by many others for which Barb and I are so grateful, aleluya!
I am very excited about our annual banquet this Thursday evening, Oct. 25th. We will be recognizing and honoring our “Radical Responders” and you will be amazed at the video presentations showing their work and passion in this ministry. The online reservations are closed, but if you would like to come, please call the office number: 630-221-9930
On October 25th, we are hosting this year’s annual fund-raising banquet. We’d love to have you there to see and hear what God has been doing in this ministry. Please visit www.KoinoniaBanquet.com to register your free seat(s).
I am excited about this year’s Fund Raising banquet. Please join us – seats are “no cost” – we just need your reservation. Please visit http://www.KoinoniaBanquet.com to save your seats and let us know who’s coming with you.
More than 500 partners, pastors, ministry volunteers, prison staff leaders and former prisoners and their families impacted by the Koinonia ministry celebrated KHNM’s 26th year with joy, worship, prayer, gratitude and generosity at our annual banquet. A very full house!
Donations and pledges that evening of more than $113,000 puts us on firm financial ground for 2018 and beyond. We were delighted to add 57 new donors this year. Praise God from Whom all blessings flow!
The theme for this year’s program was “Snapshots of Radical Prayer. Radical Love.” Below are some photo highlights in a short slide show from the banquet.
You are going to see, feel and experience God’s touch on this ministry at this year’s banquet. Here’s a sample of what to expect: (click on the start arrow, lower left hand corner)
Here’s a short and sweet “invite” from Manny to this year’s Annual Koinonia Banquet, Oct. 26th, hosted at the Carlisle in Lombard.