Wednesday, April 15, 2009


After my last post- I wanted to switch to the brighter side! :-)

Giving is such an important part of the Christian's life. It is also a very exciting thing, to be able to give to God's work! (2 Cor 9:7) It is a joyful thing, to give!

I wanted to share a few ministries that I personally have been so blessed by, after learning of their work.
I'm sure most of you have heard of them but just in case you haven't or in case you may have forgotten about them, I wanted to take a few minutes and share about them.

The first is The Voice of the Martyrs. You can visit their site and get a free copy of Brother Richard Wurmbrand's book; Tortured for Christ. Or click here to go directly to that page.
One of my favorite areas of their ministry is their You can give monthly or make a one time gift to help pastors in various areas of the world. What an honor! What an awesome privilege to be able to assist others in reaching the lost- on the other side of the world!
There are so many other areas of ministry, please click their logo below to visit their site!

This is another ministry that I've grown fond of as well.
They likewise offer a free materials written by K.P. Yohannan. You can find them here.
One thing that I've always loved about them is this:
"One hundred percent of all contributions designated for use on the mission field are sent to the mission field."
Here you can find some of their stories from the mission field.
And here you can find some of the obstacles that they see in Asia.
Another great place to give, is your local Rescue Mission.
And what's frugal about it?
Well, you can give online now- and save a stamp! ;-)


Joy said...

I had actually heard of Gospel of Asia through a Carole Joy Seid seminar in Nashville. They had a representative there and it was awesome! They do so much and I still get things from them, I have a couple of books from K.P. his story was amazing don't you think?
Oh to make sure I teach my children that giving is far better than recieving!

Lori said...

Hey Donna, I did not realize you were a fellow Tennessean! This cyberworld isn't so big afterall, is it? :) I'm really glad to have found your blog...gotcha in my reader so I can keep up with ya! :)