Carl Mitchell, missionary to Italy and Harding Bible dean, dies at 92
Churches of Christ across the U.S. and Europe mourn the…
What a blessing you have been to us this year.
Recently, we asked you to join us as we set a goal to raise $5,000 online through our #GivingTuesday appeal.
This year, for the first time, we enlisted the help of a Facebook fundraiser — combining donations given through the social media platform with donations made through our website.
Thanks to your generosity we exceeded our goal. What was really exciting for us was the number of donors who contributed this year. More than 100 people gave online — far exceeding our total number of donors from 2017. We’re so appreciative for every one of you who took the time to be a part of this campaign.
There are a lot of good causes you can support (we report on many of them), and we know that — especially at this time of year — a lot of organizations ask for contributions.
That’s why we’re so thankful for those of you who believe in and support The Christian Chronicle.
While we are overjoyed at the success of our Giving Tuesday campaign, this fundraiser actually makes up a very small portion of what it takes to keep the Chronicle going each year — covering stories, printing and delivering the news, and keeping you updated online.
If you were unable to contribute on Giving Tuesday, there’s still plenty of time to contribute to this good work.
We hope you will consider making an end-of-year, tax-deductible gift — online, by phone or by mail — to help us as we move ahead, into 2019.
We praise God for allowing us to make it this far and pray that we will be able to continue this work for many more years. We consider it a privilege that you allow us a place to tell the good news of Christians around the world.
Please also pray for the work of the Chronicle and for our staff throughout the next year.
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