An Appeal

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18 Responses

  1. EricL says:

    Well said, Duane. Thank you. There is a yellow “donate” button on the top left of the page if you are reading this on a computer. If you reading on your phone, it will appear at the bottom of the page. The button goes to PayPal and allows you to give safely and easily to help the Phoenix Preacher ministry. Take just a minute and do so. I just did.

  2. Jean says:

    I have made an individual donation. In addition, I would like to offer to match any additional donations from the time of this comment and expiring 24 hours from now, up to a maximum of $100.00. Please consider supporting our host.

  3. Jean says:

    With respect to my previous comment, anyone wishing to contribute does not need to publicize it here. Michael can contact me privately with the results, while preserving the privacy of all contributors.

    In addition to Michael’s work on the blog, he is a witness to the love of Christ in his local life and ministry. In other words, our contributions will make a difference for good.

  4. Duane Arnold says:

    Eric and Jean

    Thank you… my heart is full…

  5. Duane Arnold says:

    And… just so we keep up the Anglican side of things, I’ll match the second $100 inspired by the good people from Wittenberg…

  6. Ike says:

    Is the Calvary Chapel Chronicles over?
    I’m interested what happened in the 80s. Not dirt but what went right.
    The Harvest book is what inspired me. I know some facts were left out.
    I may not always agree with opinolns here, but I have been inspired by Michaels stand for the truth.
    He has consistently stood up for the underdog over the years.
    That is why I support him when I can.

  7. Em says:

    A thot. 😯
    If ten people who said to themselves, “no point in sending anything… all I could spare is ten bucks…. ” that totals $100. 😀

  8. The New Victor says:

    Good point. I put offerings in every week but I don’t tithe income to my CC. I do send money to the mission in Africa. Several times per year they have slide shows of the good work they are doing and I’ve met the pastor there when he’s come back, and that’s a hook given what I see is being done there and one of my few kind of close friends from church has gone there to help.

  9. Duane Arnold says:

    Ike

    The Chronicles will continue with the good and the bad. There are lessons to learn from both.

  10. Duane Arnold says:

    Em

    I hope people take your suggestion 😁 !

  11. Michael says:

    Thanks to all, this has been difficult for me but a huge blessing.
    When I got home from church last night we had our first rain in a couple of months…lots of rain.
    The storm drains clogged, a little flood ensued, the power went down, and I couldn’t find all my cats.
    Turns out the cat was in my chair waiting to be toweled off…
    Thank you all for the grace you have shown an undeserving one.

  12. Michael says:

    Ike,
    Yes, we’ll continue on.
    I’m having people who were there write as many of these as possible…and I kind of have to go by their schedules…

  13. Ike says:

    Glad to hear it will continue Michael.

    The Harvest book was my ideal after being raised with the southern baptist Dallas Theological pastors.

    I thought Hallelujah! Preach the bible and don’t beat the sheep.

  14. Michael says:

    Ike,

    My intent with the series is to record some history…and I’m trying to get those who are still here to write it for us.
    Just regurgitating the dirt doesn’t help much…I want to facilitate understanding.

  15. Ike says:

    My heart hurts with the stories of church abuse Michael.

    I read this blog to understand the behind the scenes people who grew up in church.

    If God decides to do another move or “revival” I pray this blog can help not let people slip through the cracks again!

    Romans 8:28 “All things work together for good to those who love God and are called according to His purpose” has helped me through my trials of marriage, lack of work, and health issues.

    God has been faithful to me and I know He doesn’t love me more than anyone else on this blog.

  16. Steve says:

    Is there a Patreon page so support could be ongoing?

  17. Duane Arnold says:

    Steve,

    That hasn’t been set up (yet), but you can do recurring gifts through PayPal…

  18. Steve says:

    thx Duane…

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