Partnering in the Great Commission

Resources are abundant for God’s work

In 1987, a well-known religious personality told his TV audience that if they didn’t give $8 million to his fund-raising campaign, God would call him home. The truth is, God doesn’t need our “ingenuity” to fully fund His work. Because of this, you will never hear that we have a “crisis” of resources or that any need is “urgent”. The mere thought is contrary to the Word of God.

We serve a God of abundance who is the one we look to for ministry provisions. It’s consistent with everything we learn in our study of scripture. In Philippians 4:9, Paul writes, “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.

So why would we send an appeal for financial help?

We believe God calls all of us to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and teach them to observe all that He commanded (Matt 28:19-20). At ATCM, we accomplish the Great Commission through an intense discipleship program for men and women struggling in addiction. Our prayer is that you will join us in ministry by coming along side of us and supporting this work through your financial gifts and prayers.

Will you prayerfully consider a gift?

The period between spring and fall is traditionally challenging for nonprofits as the gifts from the previous yearend are used. We are no different. To help us get to the yearend, will you prayerfully consider the following:

  • If you gave at yearend in 2020, will you consider a mid-year gift?
    If you’re not presently giving, will you consider a monthly gift of some amount?
  • Will you introduce friends and family to the ministry? For some supporters, you could leave a legacy of giving by introducing your grown children to ATCM. We are happy to meet over coffee or a meal to share all that God is doing through ATCM.
  • Will you pray for our financial need? Didn’t Jesus teach us through His miracles with the fishes and loaves that He is sovereign over this physical realm and “is able to do immeasurably more than we think or ask”? (Ephesians 3:20)

The praise is His
We’re sharing openly with you because your gifts mean more and more men and women hear the Gospel and “…so that the grace which is spreading to more and more people may cause the giving of thanks to abound to the glory of God.” (2 Corinthians 4:15) It will be our joy to share with you how God provided through this time!

We appreciate so much the privilege to present our need and our confidence in God. And we thank you in advance for your prayerful consideration of the work He’s given us to do.

For them and for the Kingdom,