Episode 205 | Brothers and Sisters Keeper Outreach Ministry

Episode 205 | Brothers and Sisters Keeper Outreach Ministry

Kevin Copeland joined the show to discuss “My Brothers and Sisters Keeper” ministry and it’s work redeeming the lives of at-risk youth.


For more information, contact Kevincopeland77@aol.comBrothersandsisterskeeper365@gmail.com, 202-528-2668

Podcast Guests
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Evangelist Kevin Copeland

Evangelist Kevin Copeland was born in Washington, D.C. After graduating from Anacostia High School in Washington, D.C., he attended Norfolk State University. In 1988, he joined the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department. After serving 28 years as a Metropolitan Police Detective, he retired in 2016.

He served in the Narcotics Division, Homicide Division, Intelligence Division, and Asset Forfeiture Division. In his tenure with the department, he received both the Medal of Valor and the Medal of Honor awards for bravery. Evangelist Copeland has been married for 20 years to Natasha Copeland, his partner in life and ministry. They have seven beautiful children who work fervently in their outreach ministry.

Evangelist Copeland was called to the Ministry of God in the year of 1999, and has been teaching, preaching and sharing the Gospel since that time. In 2006, he and his family were led to start a multi-faceted faith-based community outreach ministry “Brother and Sisters Keeper.” The ministry is committed to providing spiritual and practical resources and skills that empower individual and community change. As they like to say, “patrolling for souls.”

For his outstanding work in the community, Evangelist Copeland has received numerous awards. He lives his life according to his favorite scripture “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me” Philippians 4:13.