Your gift to Global Mission makes frontline mission work a reality. Each day we’re reaching new communities with the gospel thanks to your support. Without your support we simply couldn’t send out as many Global Mission pioneers or support outreach and church planting projects. Please don’t wait, today there are more than 2.4 billion people living in the 10/40 Window who are still waiting to hear about Jesus.
Your gift will go to high priority places such as:
Your gift will support various project such as:
Here are a few options you might consider as you plan your gift. You may give securely online, call our toll-free number, or mail your donation in the envelope provided in this magazine. Whichever method you choose, please accept our heartfelt thanks for your gift.
For your convenience you have the option of having your credit card automatically billed each month, but any gift is welcome. When giving online or by phone you may use American Express, VISA, Discover, or MasterCard. Checks must be sent by mail.
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Perhaps this is the year you can make an exceptional gift to Global Mission. If you want to receive your charitable income tax deduction in time for this year’s taxes, your gift must be made before Dec. 31. Keep in mind that there are different rules governing the date of the gift.
Credit Cards/Checks: The postmark date is the date of the gift.
Securities: If electronically transferred, the gift date is the day the securities enter Global Mission’s account. For hand-delivered securities, the day they are received by Global Mission is the date of the gift. If mailed, the mailing date is the gift date.
Real estate: The day the signed deed is delivered to Global Mission is the date of the gift. If your state law requires recording of the deed to fulfill the title, though, then the date of recording is the gift date.
One hundred percent of your gift goes to fund frontline mission work carrying hope in Jesus to unreached people around the world. Thank you for helping touch hearts and lives for Jesus.
Let’s take a look at some of the challenging areas that have been selected for wholistic outreach.
Mission 360° features inspiring stories about mission work.
One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.