‘700 Club’ Features 11-Year-Old Kenzie Walker, Abandoned as an Infant in China, Now a Contemporary Christian Recording Artist Raising Funds to Build an Orphanage
Posted by Rev. Robert A. Crutchfield
VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., July 13, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — ICM Emissary Artist Kenzie Walker will perform songs from her new CD, “Smallest Gifts,” on CBN’s “The 700 Club,” airing at 10 a.m. EST on Thursday, July 16. Hear her amazing testimony as she shares how she was abandoned at only a month old and found by a stranger in a cardboard box at a train station in China. The Good Samaritan took her to a nearby orphanage, where Kenzie lived until she was adopted by a couple from Texas a year later. Visit www.cbn.com/700club for show information.
Despite her inauspicious beginnings, God has truly performed the miraculous in young Kenzie’s life. Only 11 years old, Kenzie recently released her debut album, “Smallest Gifts.” She made her television debut earlier this year on TBN’s “Praise the Lord” with Jason Crabb. By partnering with International Cooperating Ministries (ICM), Kenzie is raising funds to build an orphanage in Southeast Asia to help other children like her. For more information about Kenzie and ICM, please visit www.icm.org/kenzie.
ICM is a ministry of the Rosser Foundation, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, located at 1901 N. Armistead Avenue in Hampton, Va. ICM has partnered with in-country ministry leaders to build more than 5,300 churches in 74 countries, plant 26,000 daughter congregations and establish an estimated 52,500 small group Bible studies in 36 languages in developing nations around the world. Visit www.icm.org to learn more.
For more information, contact Mark Carman at 1-800-999-3892 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted on July 13, 2015, in Christian Music and tagged 700 Club, China, International Cooperating Ministries, Kenzie Walker, Orphanage, Rosser Foundation, Smallest Gifts, Southeast Asia. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.