WITHOUT EVER LEAVING HOME!
THERE ARE LOTS OF WAYS TO GET INVOLVED:
We are under constant attack from an enemy that does not want us to be moving mountains in God's name! We are strong believers in prayer and have seen how it changes things - we would love your prayer partnership!
Some things to pray about:
-Health & safety
-Wisdom, favor & grace
-Provision in all areas of life/ministry
*You can stay up to date with more specific prayer requests via our Facebook page!
It is such a blessing to get mail of any sort, it helps us feel connected and is always encouraging!
Envelopes (up to legal size), and the smallest flat rate box from USPS will fit straight in our box and are easiest to get on our end. Bigger packages are possible but can get very pricey on both ends. To help things go smoothly we recommend purchacing insurance, but NOT expediting. On the customs form please declare only yard sale prices (a book for $15 would be $1 at a yard sale). This helps us avoid paying hefty customs fees and bribes at the post office on our end.
Message us privately for our address!
We rely solely on financial gifts from friends & family like YOU! Without the generous sacrifices made by others to sow into God's kingdom, we could not do what we do!
There are lots of ways to give:
- Host a fundraiser party for us!
Lots of businesses do fundraisers, like Pampered Chef, Thirty One, Krispy Kreme - the list goes on!
You could also do a coin war, 5k, bake sale, car wash, yard sale, etc.
- Become a monthly supporter - any amount helps but our goal is to add 20 supporters at $50 a month by mid-year.
- Give a one-time donation of any amount.
*ALL donations given through our home office: Modern Day are tax-deductible!
Just specify "The Battersons" on checks or Bill Pay (through your bank) sent to:
Modern Day P.O. Box 535578
Grand Prairie, TX 75053-5578
You can also click the button to the left to give online through Modern Day.
You can also give directly to us via Paypal.(Paypal gifts not tax-deductible)
"Not that I am looking for handouts,
but I do want you to experience
the blessing that issues from generosity."
(The Message, emphasis added)