Generous giving is one of the characteristics of revival!
We greatly appreciate your investment in seeing the Kingdom of God expand in South Asia. While all the churches we start are indigenous movements that also give generously of tithes and offerings, we do need outside help to conduct subsidized trainings, for administrative needs, travel costs for national trainers, and other projects.
We appreciate your partnership in this way!
YWAM Frontier Missions South Asia is committed to and encourages local funding and sustainability. We are very careful about the kinds of projects for which we raise outside support. While we need and invite foreign donors to participate with us, we work hard to avoid dependency in our use of those funds. Your donation will be used carefully and wisely in this regard.
Your financial donations and partnership with what God is doing in South Asia among the unreached is greatly valued and deeply appreciated. It is amazing how far even a little bit can go to make a difference in this part of the world! Thanks in advance for your contribution!
“At the present time your plenty will supply what they need, so that in turn their plenty will supply what you need. Then there will be equality, as it is written: ‘He who gathered much did not have too much, and he who gathered little did not have too little.’” 2 Corinthians 8:14-15
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“God doesn’t make us rich so we can indulge ourselves and spoil our children, or so we can insulate ourselves from needing God’s provision. God gives us abundant material blessing so that we can give it away, and give it generously. And strategically–what could be more strategic than getting the gospel to people who haven’t heard it?” – Randy Alcorn
“Imagine you had a bag full of groceries that you wanted to give to someone in need of food. Two people are equally hungry, but one has a full refrigerator while the other has no access to food. Who would you give the groceries to? I think most of us would give to the one without access to food. How about with the Gospel? Why do we keep going and sending to areas where access to the Gospel is common?” – YWAM JAX Beach news