In today’s world, it is more important now than ever to support faith, believers, and organizations that profess faith. From your local church to a struggling friend, it’s up to us to protect fellow Christians and spread the Gospel as well. With so many faith-based organizations under attack, it’s up to us to come together and offer strength through our numbers.
There is so many worthy organizations, from sponsoring children across the world to BSF. While it’s impossible to give to all or to support all, you can choose the ones closest to your heart to support.
That being said, it’s my annual post about supporting my blog and my writings. One day, I hope to be published. It’s been a dream of mine for 10 years now. While there are times I’ve had to put this dream on hold, it’s something I’m trying to resurrect this coming New Year. My husband has started his own business, so we are praying for God’s blessing in these uncertain times.
If you would like to support my blog, I’d appreciate it. While there is no pressure to give as I know you all have other causes to support, I’d just like to throw it out there as an option.
Click HERE or I have a donation button on my sidebar that uses PayPal. It’s secure, and you don’t need a PayPal account.
Whether you donate to me or another cause, please do so. Every little bit helps. Thanks in advance, and I’m looking forward to Abraham and Isaac!
It’s time for our last Sunday of the Month Coffee Chat where we talk about anything and everything that’s on our minds.
Today for me it’s giving, sharing, and asking.
“Ask and it will be given to you.” Matthew 7:7
Our time is valuable. Our resources are valuable. Our energy is valuable. That’s why putting in the time to study God’s word through Bible Study Fellowship and other Bible studies or on your own is so important. God wants your time. He wants your effort. He wants your resources.
Twice a year I post on donating to my blog. It’s a tiny button in the sidebar on the homepage of my blog.
This blog is a labor of love. It started inauspiciously over 10 years ago and has grown to what you see now. I spend a ton of time researching, compiling resources, maps, and facts–all with the goal of helping you know God more.
If you find anything here useful and helpful, a small suggested donation of $25 would be much appreciated, but feel free to give whatever God leads you to give–from $1 to $5 to more. There is also an option for a monthly contribution as well if you don’t want to do a lump sum. Clicking on ads helps in a very small way as well. Every little bit helps support this forum as it continues to grow. I have made big changes this year and your donation goes to making this site bigger and better and hopefully able to reach more and more people for God’s Kingdom. That is my goal anyways, as small as it is in the Internet world.
If you choose not to donate to me (perfectly fine!), please consider another charity close to your heart. We are so very, very blessed in the 21st century, and we are called to share that with others. Give of yourself, your time, your resources, your energy. Life is so much more fulfilling when you give away your heart.
Thank you in advance, and I look forward to what God will lead us to learn this year and many more to come!
Christmas is such a time of joy and celebration. It’s a time of reflection and family and quality time together.
However, this is also a depressing time of year for many. Loss of a loved one or downtrodden financially or health issues amongst other reasons make the end of year hard.
In this time of need, I’d like to encourage you to give to the needy in your community. We as Americans are so very blessed to live in this country at this time. All those in the developed world are blessed. All around us are needs that are often unspoken and unnoticed.
I would just like to encourage you to remember to make the most of your end of year giving. Whether it’s to the local animal shelter, the homeless, your church, your neighbor, your colleague, your family, etc. We are all blessed to have breath in our bodies, to have God in our hearts, to have His mission and purpose guiding us, to lead the lives we are leading.
On that note, I would appreciate any donations as well to my blog. It keeps me doing what I do and helps my family as well. Just use the donation button on my sidebar. I thank you in advance.
I know a lot of us do struggle with finances. But there’s always something we can do. Everything counts. Everything matters. No matter how little. Consider giving your time and energy instead of money. Often times a smiling face and a kind word are all someone needs to make it through the day.
God bless you all. I’m so grateful you are in my life. I hope you all remain so.