You may or may not know this about me!  But I am a full-time tent-making missionary.  If you are unfamiliar with that term, it means my international ministry is sustained, not primarily through donations, but by my own earned income.   Specifically, through registration fees for my online university.

The Apostle Paul set the example (see Acts 18:1-5), where he earned his own way so that he would not be a financial burden to anyone.  When he asked for donations, it was to give to the poor, not to provide for his own needs.

That is the model of life and ministry I feel called to emulate.  Therefore, I do not operate a non-profit  organization and donations are not tax-deductible.

Nevertheless, from time to time, people have felt led to donate toward the work of God being accomplished through my worldwide itinerant ministry.   (I’ve posted a recap video below)  Some give in response to a specific need; others because they believe you should “sow where you want to go” and that seed planted in good soil will yield a great harvest.

You are welcome to give if you are inclined, although it is my commitment to never ask for donations for my own personal needs.