Your Year-End Gift Makes a Difference
I’m so encouraged, enthusiastic, grateful, and filled with expectation about the future. The Lord has transformed many lives, and we’ve had the joy of being a part of that. He has worked—and continues to work—through Grace to You, using this ministry as a conduit of spiritual blessing to the Body.
As we now look toward 2017 and new opportunities to serve, our plan is to continue doing just what we’ve been doing. I’ll be writing new books, preaching new sermons, recording new interviews. We’ll be airing new series on radio and television, adding resources to our website, and looking for strategic ways to put our materials into more people’s hands.
But we can’t do any of that without help from God’s people. Now is an especially important time to hear from folks who are benefiting from this ministry and who want to have a role in making—and keeping—it available for others. About a quarter of each year’s budget needs are met by gifts that arrive during November and December. What the Lord provides now will largely set the boundaries and pace for our reach in the year ahead.
So if you share Grace to You’s commitment to divine truth, to the church, and to biblical ministry, and you are able to give, I encourage you to do so. You will be making a positive, profound difference in people’s spiritual health and growth. Thank you. I’m honored to serve with you as we launch into 2017.
Love in the Truth,
Will my gift be tax deductible in 2016?
Generally, gifts made online in 2016 or made by check and postmarked by December 31, 2016, are tax deductible for 2016. Gifts made with a bank card by mail or by phone are tax deductible in the year in which we process the gift