Have you been blessed by our ministry? Are you growing spiritually, prospering in your life and learning kingdom-based empowerment strategies for dealing with the hiccups and curve-balls of life as a result of our ministry? Are you learning how to navigate the various areas of your life with wisdom, understanding and grace via our ministry? If the answer is yes, consider sowing a financial seed into the ministry that feeds your mentally and spiritually each week so that we can hit the ground running and reach as many people as possible with the Kingdom message of help, hope and healing?
When you support our ministry with your prayers, your finances, your faith and your support, you go from Making “A Difference" to Becoming “THE Difference" that enables us to break down walls, build bridges of hope and impact lives for the Kingdom in a greater way.
Here's the other piece: As our ministry grows, you grow right along with us …because when you become a seed sower, you are essentially saying that …”We are in this ministry together.” Additionally, as our ministry grows so does outreach, effectiveness and impact and you become an essential part of our Kingdom building work and global vision to bring Bible-based strategies for empowered living to as many people as possible. Plus, when you sow a financial seed into the ministry you become part of Kingdom work which is something that is so much greater than ourselves and that lives on long after we’re gone.
Sowing a financial seed is not something that we take lightly. It is a testament of your commitment and faith. When you sow a seed you are choosing to participate in the implementation of a single vision. Much like a marriage, sowing a seed requires faith, big picture thinking, transparency, understanding how the law of reaping and sowing works in all aspects of our lives and keeping your personal relationship with God as your foundation. You might not realize it: but there are many spiritual and tangible benefits to sowing into a ministry that is sowing into you spiritually. When you bless the work of God, it must come back to you. And if whatever you put out in good faith comes back tenfold and in ways that we cannot yet see then this also means that: When you sow into a grassroots ministry that is ready to hit the ground running and that is working to bring hope, empowerment, proper instruction and restoration through Christ to others, you are planting a seed in fertile ground that will position you to reap multiple streams of blessings.
Luke 6:38 (NIV) …..”Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”