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“This same Good News that came to you is going out all over the world. It is bearing fruit everywhere by changing lives, just as it changed your lives from the day you first heard and understood the truth about God’s wonderful grace.” — Colossians 1:6, NLT

“If you have a heart to support good works in our communities and internationally, Save-Us-Now, Inc., Passion Missions and Wycliffe Bible Translators are highly recommended. Save-Us-Now, Inc. provides programs and resources for the ‘least of these’ in the D.C. metropolitan area.  My participation in a mission trip to Tunica, Mississippi provided first-hand knowledge of Passion Missions’ vision.  And what can be more awesome than the work of Wycliffe Bible Translators – providing the Word of God to people who have never seen a Bible.”  – Mary Craft

The purpose of wealth is not self-aggrandizement. Supporting the work of the Kingdom of God in the earth is one of the purposes God has ordained for our stewardship of His financial resources.

We pray that God’s will be done in the earth as it is in Heaven. God’s will is that none should perish (John 3:16) and He has commissioned us to spread the gospel. Winning souls through the spread of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and blessing others requires financial resources.

Save-Us Now, Inc.

Save Us Now, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage, inspire, motivate, and empower people through at-risk youth mentoring, counseling, teen parenting programs, youth theater arts/dance programs, job training, ex-offender programs, supported employment, and community support groups.  Donate to Save-Us-Now, Inc. at http://www.saveusnowdc.org/.

Passion Missions

Passion Missions is an interdenominational Christian ministry, which seeks to connect and equip groups from varied backgrounds, for the purpose of building healthy relationships, enhancing self-esteem, embracing life responsibly and realizing their full potential. Our objective is to connect the Body of Christ in partnership — seeking to teach individuals to live a lifestyle of radical reconciliation, to experience listening prayer (hearing from God), and to demonstrate that their lives are not their own.

The ministry uses mission trips as a tool to join together individuals of different race, ethnicity, denomination, economic status, etc. Passion Missions sponsors short-term mission trips to the poorest of the poor. Individuals in these places rarely have the opportunity to go outside of their own communities to share the love of Jesus. The goal is to make a way for everyone who has a personal relationship with Jesus Christ to go on a mission trip and fulfill the Great Commission.

To donate to Passion Missions visit their website at http://www.passionmissions.org/supportpm/donate.html

Wycliffe Bible Translators

Missionaries Rolf & Katherine Buehler work towards the vision of Wycliffe, which is to begin a Bible translation, in every language that needs one, by the year 2025. Rolf & Katherine have been gifted by God in administration. Rolf uses his gift by giving leadership and direction to their work in the Central African Republic. Katherine is the personnel administrator for the work in the Central African Republic and Republic of Congo. Please contact Katherine at katherine_buehler@sil.org for a current newsletter about their work.

To support Rolf and Katherine’s missionary work, donate online at www.wycliffe.org/Donate/MissionaryMinistries.aspx. Their missionary account number is 211441. To donate by mail, make your check payable to Wycliffe Bible Translators. Write their account number on the check and mail to Wycliffe Bible Translators, P. O. Box 628200, Orlando, FL 32862-8200.

“Beloved, it is a fine and faithful work that you are doing when you give any service to the [Christian] brethren, and [especially when they are] strangers. They have testified before the church of your love and friendship. You will do well to forward them on their journey [and you will please do so] in a way worthy of God’s [service]. For these [traveling missionaries] have gone out for the Name’s sake (for His sake) and are accepting nothing from the Gentiles (the heathen, the non-Israelites). So we ourselves ought to support such people [to welcome and provide for them], in order that we may be fellow workers in the Truth (the whole Gospel) and cooperate with its teachers.” — 3 John 5-8 (Amplified Bible)