Kim Clement - 1956-2016 | IFCJ
Skip Navigation

Kim Clement - 1956-2016

Kim Clement (Photo: twitter/ProphetKim)

We just learned that Kim Clement – a true friend of Israel, the Jewish people, and The Fellowship – passed away this morning. From his website:

It is with deep sadness that we share the news that our beloved Kim has died and passed into Glory, and is now in the presence of his Lord, his best friend, Jesus. Kim was recently hospitalized with pneumonia and complications due to his diseased lungs, and his body was just too weak to combat the illness. The support and love that you have shown to Jane and the family throughout this 16-month journey has been crucial to them having the strength to withstand the fight.

We offer our deepest condolences and prayers to Kim Clement’s family, and ask that you pray that God will comfort them in their time of loss.

Tags: Partnerships and People

Previous Post

Next Post

Your gift of compassion to The Fellowship's Isaiah 58 ministry will help suffering elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union like Galina, who are in need of basic necessities such as food, medical assistance, and heating fuel.

Be Her Light

In Isaiah 58, God revealed to us the elements of the kind of fast that is pleasing to Him (v. 7): Dividing our bread with the hungry, sheltering the homeless, and clothing the naked. You can be a part of this biblical mandate with a gift of compassion to The Fellowship's Isaiah 58 ministry to suffering elderly Jews in the former Soviet Union like Galina, who are in need of necessities such as food, medical assistance, and heating fuel.

Donate Now
Landscape photo of Jerusalem with the Dome of the Rock in the foreground.

Visit Israel

Here you’ll find an array of useful information on accommodations, transportation, exchanging currency, Israel's climate and customs, and much more. So get the most out of your trip to Israel with the help of The Fellowship.

Read More

About The Fellowship (IFCJ)

The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) funds humanitarian aid to the needy in Israel and in Jewish communities around the world, promotes prayer and advocacy on behalf of the Jewish state, and provides resources that help build bridges of understanding between Christians and Jews.

Read More