Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project

The Power of Peace Project inturrupts and redirects young people who are on a dangerous course and sets them firmly on the pathway to extraordinary dreams. We bring rivals together, turn them into role models, and break down the walls that divide us. www.PowerofPeaceProject.com
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project7 hours ago
Great time speaking with Keith Salmon!
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Special Guest: Kit Cummings
Kit Cummings is no ordinary man. To say he is an author, a teacher, or an adventurer is just the beginning of how to describe Kit. Kit is a peace maker. He s...
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Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project1 day ago
Don’t take yourself too seriously today. Life is short. 😎✌️
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Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project5 days ago
So excited to join Tony Lowden and Jon Ponder on their "Tuesday Night HuddleUP" podcast this week. Tony is the former Prison Re-entry Czar and Pastor of President Jimmy Carter's church, and Jon is the founder of "Hope for Prisoners" in Nevada, and recently received the presidential pardon.

I will be joining them tomorrow night at 9:00pm ET, and we will be discussing the Power of Peace Project. Please tune in as we will be streaming LIVE on facebook. Just go to https://www.facebook.com/HopeForPrisoners and join us!

I'm so grateful for the work these brothers are doing for true prison reform, and I look forward to a very fruitful discussion. God is up to something... 🙏❤️✌
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project7 days ago
God is up to something in Africa...

It began a few months ago with a simple question from a preacher in Pretoria, South Africa: “Can you please tell me about your Forty Days of Prayer project?”

That led to a launch in his church and I facilitated the project for seven weeks through zoom during their midweek services. Then he told a friend. That is the way these things begin.

Since then we have brought on churches in Johannesburg, Durban, Capetown, Soweto, Port Elizabeth, Harare, Zimbabwe; Lusaka, Zambia; and Lilongwe, Zambia... I wonder who will be next?

Over a thousand beautiful African brothers and sisters on zoom trainings throughout the week. And people are finding miracles.

Join the Forty Days of Prayer movement. And please don’t quit five minutes before YOUR miracle happens.
🙏🏼❤️✌️
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project
Kit Cummings and the Power of Peace Project1 week ago
This one is a bit longer, but I think you will be encouraged.

We recently graduated our first class of men and women through our “Hope for Returning Citizens” program. Tip Top Poultry in Marietta Georgia has a heart for men and women who have been incarcerated.

Following Jesus’ call to love the “least of these” they created this one of a kind pilot program. I am so grateful that I was chosen to be part of their team, as I have been praying for something just like this for a long time.

When men and women get out of prison the deck is stacked against them. Now there is hope...

While in GDOC Transition Centers participants get a full-time job at Tip Top, life skills courses, free housing if needed, drug and alcohol support, our Power of Peace training, a welcoming church if they so desire, and a mentor to help them along the way.

They also receive an opportunity for a scholarship to Chattahoochee Tech to learn a trade upon successful completion of the six-month program.

Wanna know the best part? Most of our mentors are law-enforcement, lawyers, and probation and parole officers; we even have a former district attorney. In today’s divided world, that’s a story worth spreading.

I’m so grateful to Tip Top President Brad Respess, and Phil Stroud (the heart and soul of this program) for allowing me to be a part of this exciting new initiative.

If it was your mother or father, sister or brother, or son or daughter, I’m sure you would want something like this for them when they begin they’re difficult re-entry into society.

I wish you could’ve seen the graduation, these brothers and sisters truly shined. And our mentors experienced the powerful change that happens to your heart when you serve the least of these.

Don’t listen to the haters, get involved in solutions. God bless Tip Top, and our beautiful “Returning Citizens.”