Church Alive Ministries celebrating 22nd anniversary

Posted 11/10/17

Church Alive Ministries to celebrate 22nd anniversary Sunday

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Church Alive Ministries celebrating 22nd anniversary

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Kim and Susan Klaudt World Ministries will join the anniversary celebration as guest ministers at Church Alive Ministries, 6315 Mouse Creek Road N.W., on Sunday.

Kim is an ordained minister, a gifted musician and Bible teacher. He is also a registered Native African and the grandson of Lillian Little Soldier, who founded the popular Klaudt Indian Family gospel singers in 1929.

Susan grew up in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, where she began, at 5 years old, singing in her grandmother’s small Pentecostal church. Her newest ministry outreach is the San Klaudt Horse ministry, a ministry which teaches biblical faith using horses.

In the fall of 1990, the Klaudts founded their Word Ministries, a nonprofit, non-denominational ministry and evangelistic outreach.

To date, the Klaudts are celebrating 38 years of full-time ministry together They have traveled thousands of miles year after year, ministering at churches and conducting special speaking engagements with the respected title of “Missionaries to the American Family.”

Services on Sunday morning at Church Alive Ministries will be at 10:30, followed by a Thanksgiving meal. The public is welcome to attend the anniversary celebration and dinner for worship, ministry of the Word and fellowship.

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