Become a partner in giving

21 May 2021

As A Passion for Life gathers momentum, we as a central team are deeply thankful for every partner in prayer and in the gospel. We have been humbled to connect with brothers and sisters labouring in a great variety of contexts and ways to see God’s people equipped to make Christ known.

The Lord has also been supplying our every financial need thus far, through some very generous individuals and a handful of churches. At the time of writing we have raised 58% of our budget of £235k for the 2022 mission.

This money will be spent on projects such as developing evangelism training resources to be made available to churches and Christians without charge, to enthuse Christians by telling stories of God at work across the UK, and to develop a compelling brand under which churches and Christians can invite others to consider LIFE in Christ.

As we come to the critical point of developing the resources many churches have been excited about; and as we discern God’s will for A Passion for Life as an ongoing movement, we would love to encourage you to consider whether you or your church would like to become partners in giving by contributing towards the central budget.

Contributing financially is a great way of showing that your heart is with us as we serve local churches across the UK and Ireland. A growing base of individuals, and especially churches, supporting us financially helps us tremendously when we talk to trusts and gospel patrons about longer-term funding to build on a movement that is already encouraging many in the Lord’s mission. From smaller churches, even small donations help us show there are a large number of churches who really value what A Passion for Life is doing to help churches in their gospel mission. It really does not have to be a large amount for your gift to make a difference.

For more information on what you would be giving towards, have a look at this one-page outline and here are the details on how to give. Please share with those who oversee the church mission budget.

Thanks for prayerfully considering whether to be partners in giving.

Yours faithfully,

Nick McQuaker
Co-chair

Jeremy Marshall
Co-chair

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