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Kicking-off their Church Tour and Petition Drive Campaign Sunday at the “Jesus is King Deliverance Ministries under the leadership of Virginia King, overseer in Aberdeen, and garnering more than 200 signatures on their petition to end domestic violence sexual assault in the state, CCFCA Breaking the Chains Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, will continue their Church Tour and Petition Drive.

The Church Tour continues December 30 at the Faith Assembly Church, 148 Daniel Street, Hamlet at 10 a.m. and December 31 at Dovin’s Height Community Center, 202 Earl Franklin Street, Hamlet, at 10 pm.

“We gives God the glory and thanks for Virginia King, overseer of Jesus Is King Deliverance Ministries and her congregation for their 100 percent financial donation, pledge and endorsement to help CCFCA Breaking the Chains Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Church Tour and Petition Drive to end domestic violence and sexual assault in North Carolina,” said Isaac Jenkins of CCFCA.

“Through overseer Virginia King endorsement, 90 percent of “Jesus Is King Deliverance Ministries ” congregation joined CCFCA-BTC Campaign to end Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Campaign by signing petitions and each taking a petition into their communities and employment to reach CCFCA Breaking the Chains goal of 5,000 by February 1.”

CCFCA Breaking the Chains Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is a non-political, non-profit, tax-exempt diversified organization whose mission and goal is to further the progressive movement towards developing shelters and provide necessary resources for women, children, men, same sex couple and LGBT victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.

Through churches, communities organizations, educators and community/family intervention plans , they are working to develop a curriculum to integrate with our schools systems, law enforcement and agencies to educate and aware our youth of the dangers and consequences of domestic violence and sexual.

Churches who wish to join this Campaign to end domestic violence and sexual assault may call Isaac Jenkins, CEO at (910) 474-2589 between the hours of 9 am – 3:00 pm Monday – Friday.

Churches, businessperson, individuals and organizations wanting to make a donation may do so by making checks payable to: CCFCA Breaking the Chains, P.O. Box 66, West End, NC 273786.

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