Our family believes in the Great Commission. It is our great privilege to be a part of Jesus' iron-clad promise that the Gospel of the Kingdom will be proclaimed to all nations before the end of this age (Matt. 24:14). And it is our joy to do it in partnership with those who believe in the mission. We are all in this together.
We are able to put our hands to the plow because of the generosity of friends and family who have partnered with us through monthly financial support. If you would consider partnering with our family by becoming a regular supporter, we would be honored and grateful.
[If you would like to sow into operational ministry expenses of the organization we lead, FAI, you can read more and give here.]
THERE ARE 3 WAYS TO GIVE
(all are tax-deductible)
YOU CAN GIVE ELECTRONICALLY THROUGH FAI
You can make online donations through Frontier Alliance International (FAI) which is a registered non-profit 501(c)3. You can give one-time gifts or select "Make This Recurring (monthly)". ***In the comment box, type, 'For Dalton and Anna.'
YOU CAN SEND A CHECK THROUGH FAI
To send a tax-deductible check, make it out to "Frontier Alliance International". Make sure nothing else is written in the memo line and be sure to include a note that the check is “For Dalton and Anna”. Send the checks to
PO BOX 191
Ellerslie, Georgia, 31807
YOU CAN SEND A CHECK THROUGH OUR HOME SENDING CHURCH
For those who belong to our Christ Community Church family in Georgia (our home sending church), you can give tax-deductible support by mailing a check made out to "Christ Community Church" to:
Christ Community Church
4078 Milgen Road
Columbus, Georgia 31907
Make sure nothing else is written in the memo line and be sure to include a note that the check is “For Dalton and Anna”.
"Our undertaking to India really appeared to me, on its commencement, to be somewhat like a few men, who were deliberating about the importance of penetrating into a deep mine, which had never before been explored. We had no one to guide us, and while we were thus deliberating, [William] Carey, as it were, said, 'Well, I will go down if you will hold the rope.' But before he went down, he, as it seemed to me, took an oath from each of us, at the mouth of the pit, to this effect, that 'while we lived, should never let go of the rope.'"
-Andrew Fuller remembering the conversation that gave birth to the first Protestant Missions organization in 1792.