Sow & Harvest
Join the Kingdom Collective and become a partner that helps to support our initiative to reach marriages and blended families across the world!
What is the Kingdom Collective?
This is a movement and opportunity to come together as a powerful group of monthly donors on a mission to be a force that breaks generational divorce by equipping the church, marriages, teens, and children through spiritual, physical, emotional, and mental support. You are the change the world needs to propel the restored family movement. Collectively we can build the Kingdom and help save marriages and families spiritually and physically.
Building The Kingdom
Quarterly throughout the year, you will receive a Prophetic Prayer Card in the mail that will give you encouragement and blessings to declare over your life and family. In addition, you will also receive a quarterly email with updates on the ministry and the impact of your monthly donation and partnership towards blended families everywhere. This will also include online access to download the image and prayer to your electronic devices.
When you join the Kingdom Collective and become a recurring monthly donor of any amount, you will receive a Welcome Packet that includes a letter from Scott & Vanessa, BKF notecard set, pen, leather bracelet, and a BKF sticker pack! You will also receive a quarterly Prophetic Prayer Card in the mail, along with a link to download it on any electronic device.
Join the Kingdom Collective at $50 or more a month, you will receive the items mentioned above, along with a beautiful white debossed BKF journal.
When you join the Kingdom Collective at $100 or more a month, you will receive the items mentioned above, along with a white 20oz. BKF Yeti tumbler.
All of our Kingdom Collective members also receive exclusive quarterly emails regarding the ministry’s growth, new initiatives, development, and opportunities to connect with the BKF team!
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BKF Life Verse
“to give them a beautiful headdress instead of ashes, the oil of gladness instead of mourning, the garment of praise instead of a faint spirit; that they may be called oaks of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that he may be glorified.”