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My mission is to bless your life. So I’d love to connect with you, even just by the email below.

However, because I’m only one person, and I receive a mountain of emails from people all over the world, please be patient when I don’t respond quickly. But be assured that I do read your email and pray for you.

If you need help or prayers and wish to talk to someone, my friends and I formed the Light of Jesus Counselling Center. Please email us at support@kerygmafamily.com or call our counsellors up at (632) 725-9999. Each day, our counselors help and pray for many people from all over the world.

You can also visit the Forum page. Many people are helping and encouraging one another in our Forum page.

By the way, if you have a question, please go to my FAQ. Your question might be there already and I’ve answered them.

Thank you very much!

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