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KWJWD Ministries, Inc. is a non-profit religious organization with tax-exempt status granted by the Internal Revenue Service. Our vision and purpose is to encourage the Body of Christ to enjoy the benefits of His “daily bread”.

KWJWD?

KWJWD stands for “know what Jesus would do”.
It is a great question. In today’s society, it is not enough for Christians to merely ask what would Jesus do. We should read the Word of God and “KNOW WHAT JESUS WOULD DO”.

Bible Reading Plans

Our Bible reading guides are different from most. We have two guides, through the Bible in one year and through the New Testament and Psalms. Each guide comes in one of two designs, traditional or contemporary.

Why Read The Bible?

Why read the Bible? So you can draw closer to the Lord and develop a deeper love relationship. The result will be an abundant life. Abundance-overflowing.

We all want to have a better life. Jesus said “I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly” John 10:10 Isn’t this the life we want? God’s abundance. “Who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us” Eph 3:20

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Lesson from the Old Testament

Lesson from the Old Testament

I have heard many Christians dismiss the importance of the Old Testament. Some verbally and some by simply reading or studying the New Testament. I find the Old testament to offer great insights into the nature and character of the Living god. It shows me how He...

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Trials of Job

Trials of Job

When I began reading the Bible daily I did not like to read the book of Job. Job was the most righteous man in the world and look at what happened to him. I knew I was much worse and feared what could happen to me. Now it is one of my favorite books because it gives...

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2021 Revival

2021 Revival

Many are looking at the new year with uncertainty which is very understandable. Covid 19, a new president, the civil unrest it all makes us wonder if our lives will ever go back to what was normal in January 2020. Reflecting on the last year, especially at the way our...

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