How Jamie Grace Reacted after Family's Church Was Robbed 3 Times


Grammy nominated recording artist Jamie Grace is sending a message of love to the thieves who robbed her family's Stone Mountain, Georgia church before last Sunday's service.

In a recent Facebook post, Jamie wrote, "To whoever did this, I am sorry for the brokenness in your life that drove you to hurt us. And I forgive you for the hurt you've caused. But above all, I want you know we will recover."

In that post, Jamie also included a moving video of herself singing Natasha Bedingfield's song "Recover."

Thieves cut the electricity and removed more than $30,000 worth of music and media equipment from Kingdom City Church sometime before Sunday worship services.

Jamie's parents James and Mona Harper began the church in 1992 and serve as its pastors. But the family has been temporarily living in California to allow Mrs. Harper to receive medical treatment. 

This is the third major robbery the church has faced. 

Jamie's post also noted, God is "already showing us how we will recover through our church family praying and worshiping with no electricity, praising God no matter what!"

Members of Kingdom City Church are asking fellow believers for prayer and support. A page has also been set up to receive monetary donations to help the church replace keyboards, speakers, sound boards and more.         

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