HE DOESN’T COST ME A DOLLAR
When people complain that ministry costs money — use this quote from President Pearson of Miami Christian College, sent to us by David Olson of Excelsior, Minnesota. r55331 The trouble is, you are always asking for money. You are probably right. But let me tell you a personal story. I had a little boy — my firstborn. He was a delight to our hearts, but he was always costing me something. He needed clothing, shoes, food, and had special needs that I gladly provided, for he was my son. Then one day he died. It was an experience that I hope you will never have. He does not cost me a dollar now. Every need is an unfailing sign of life and growth. Body, mind, and soul have their needs and they must be met continually. A ministry that is constantly in need of funds is alive and growing and going somewhere. A dead ministry has no need,…
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