WHAT IS PARTNERSHIP?
COMMITMENT TO PRAY
When you partner with a ministry, you are interested in the vision and mission of that organization. Each ministry has a specific mandate that the Lord has called them to; not every one will look alike or do the same outreaches. It's important to cover the ministry in prayer and supplication that the leaders would hear clearly what Holy Spirit would have them do. Another reason to pray is for the success of the ministry. We do not want to become stagnant or misguided in our assignment. We need your prayers!
WILLINGNESS TO SERVE & SHARE
As you partner, you may not be able to physically work at the ministry but your encouragement and interaction, through word-of-mouth, social media, or by telling a friend, helps us reach more people with the life-changing Word of God. There are times where our community may need assistance and we would love for you to be a part of our outreach efforts. Help us promote the Word and hope to the world!
Money is only a tool or a means to accomplish a goal. If you were to plant a tree, you would need a shovel to dig through the dirt. Your end goal is not to obsess over how amazing the shovel is but for the tree to be planted, grow and produce. Your financial support helps us accomplish our end goal of completing the vision that the Lord has given us. We are dedicated to being wise stewards over our monetary resources, so that the Father can be pleased with what He has entrusted into our hands.
We are committed to pray
for you and your family. We
are here to be a blessing
to you as you are to us.
We are committed to being wise stewards over the finances that come into this ministry. Our resources are here to go towards the assignment of the Lord, not the projects of man.
We are not here to pressure you into giving us a financial gift. Our desire is that you give from a willing heart and not because you feel forced.
We will remain a word-based ministry, in keeping with the doctrines of Christ. It is through the opinions of man that have caused so much confusion in the church.