DENVER | THE FINAL FUNDRAISER

For there is a time and a way for everything, although man’s trouble lies heavy on him. – Ecclesiastes 8:6

 

It is Time…

As many of you know, I recently decided to go back to school at the end of the year. My plan was to move to Denver at the end of the year, wrapping up my work in Germany. However, life happens when you’re making other plans.

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Due to unforeseeable circumstances and uncontrollable events, one of my larger supporters is going through a difficult time. As I have spent more time in the field, than time fund raising in the States, my support has dropped throughout the years. Therefore, a loss of this size means, I can no longer afford to be in Germany. I must leave at the end of the month.

Had I not decided to go to school at the end of the year, I would have been devastated. However, since it is only 4 months earlier than planned to leave, it is not all that bad. My family is also in need of my help in their business. I am proud to be able to assist my family. My time at home, from September through December, will allow me to work and save up for my move to Denver. As I have no money, and moving is expensive, this is very good. The hardest part is leaving my home, my friends, and my team having to deal with taking over my responsibilities in such short a time. I wish I did not have to be such a burden on them.

In order to make room for someone to move into my apartment, so my part of the rent is covered for September, I must leave at the end of August. This is my last, and final fundraiser. I very much need your assistance to get me home in time. I have listed below my immediate needs.

 

 

Immediate Needs:
Flight: $500
Trip to Berlin for flight: $75
Moving costs: $200
Food for this month: $50
Total: $825

Less immediate, but important:
Visa and Insurance: $1,500
Support until I get a job: $300
Total: $1,800

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Would you also join me in prayer for my sponsor.

I will be sending one final newsletter at the end of this month, with my final “Goodbye”. At least for now. However, I will continue to use this platform as a non-ministry blog. This newsletter is my final fundraiser. As it is my last, would you please send this to friends and family.

Below are ways to give online. If you need a tax receipt, or to give via check, please email me for directions.

God never causes trials or pain, but I see now, more than ever, how he uses all things for good. This may not be the happiest time, but it is full of unseen potential and greatness. This is not a battle lost, it is an adventure beginning.

All for Him,
Rebekah

 

 

Ways to give online:

Direct Deposit –
*A great way to give anonymously
Bank name:
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Type:
BofA Core Checking
Routing number:
111000025 (paper & electronic)
026009593 (wires)
Account Number:
488040962539

Paypal – use the email address rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

Email for information on Tax-deductible receipts

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I think

What do you think of when you hear the word Prostitute?
What about Pimps, Johns, or Traffickers?
Red-Light Districts?

I think of some of the strongest women I know. I think of men and women who are broken, lost, and without their Father.

I think it would be where Jesus would hang out on weekends. I think it is the District of Disciples.

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A few weeks ago, I read an article, speaking out regarding the churches response to Shia Labeouf’s recent addition to our family. I thought the writer, Preston Sprinkle, did a phenomenal job. I also thought his points went beyond Shia Labeof. I believe it holds the same truth for those who are so far from Christ, a change of heart seems hopeless and insurmountable.
Here is a sample of his article in faithit.com, speaking about grace and the men Jesus selected for his 12 Disciples:

“To build His Kingdom, Jesus handpicks what could be compared to the leader of the Black Panther party and the grand wizard of the KKK. I doubt anyone closed their eyes at that first prayer meeting.

You cannot sanitize grace. You can’t stuff it into a blue blazer and make it wear khakis. Grace is messy, offensive, and it sometimes misses church. To expect God to pump prefabricated plastic moral people out of a religious factory is to neuter grace and chain it inside a gated community. If God’s scandalous relationship with the 12 thugs means anything, then we should expect a variegated spectrum of righteousness and be patient—or repentant—when such sanctification doesn’t meet out expectations. God meets us in our mess and pushes holiness out the other side.

Not anti-mixed-bathing holiness [read the full article for more on this reference]. But the real stuff. The holiness that serves the poor, prays without ceasing, redeems the arts, loves enemies, elevates community above corporate success, and preaches the life-giving Gospel of a crucified and risen Lamb in season and out.”

Preston Sprinkle, “Christians Are Quick to Judge this Famous New Believer, But How Different Is He from the Disciples?”, faithit.com // Click here to see the original article10615338_10152646123052276_4445210677256707680_n

Human Trafficking is a part of every culture, and is all throughout history. In it’s own, unwitting way, society not only accepts, but demands, many forms of Human Trafficking.

It is partially for these reasons, I have decided to take another step in my pursuit of ending Human Trafficking, and the pursuit of changing societies view of sexual exploitation.6805_10153060240967276_5190655122018581805_n

In order to advance my ministry, and do even more than I am capable of now, I will be temporarily moving back to the states to further my education. Because I went straight into the mission-field after high school eight years ago, I need to start with two years of community college. Afterwards my goal is to study English and Writing. In these past two years, I have realized one of the best ways I can personally do my best in ending Human Trafficking and changing the cultural view of sexual exploitation, is by telling stories. Developing my skills in English and Writing will allow me to travel and collect stories, sharing them with the world to aid in prevention and culture shift. It will also allow me to do my own research. I hope to someday write a book on my studies, and write for TIME Magazine and National Geographic; to speak at conferences, and to become an expert in this field.

It seems odd timing, with my ministry here going so well. My team is not excited that I am leaving, but they understand that I must do this now. My hope is to come back to this country I call home, and do 10x what I am capable of doing now.

I will be going home for the holidays and move in January. I could use help getting settled back into “normal life”. I have attached a link below explaining in more detail my needs for this next season.

I am so excited for all that God has planned for the rest of this year, and I am so honored to be a part this incredible ministry.

All for Him,
Rebekah

P.S.
Want to get involved? The link posted below has all the information you need!
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*Feature Photo by Wei Jan Boey

A Day in the Life

If you are a sponsor of my ministry either by prayer or financial support, the work I am about to describe to you is yours too. Each and every hour I work, every email, every idea, YOU are a part of that. Every victory is one you can celebrate, because it belongs to you!

 

I thought I would begin this latest update by answering a question I receive all the time: “What does your normal day look like?”. A very good question that has different answers depending on the time of year. March through August has a fairly set 9-5 Monday through Friday routine; September through November has a more chaotic, unpredictable 9-16 hour work week. December through February is for my team and I, a “winter break”, in which we do a bit of our own things, like visit family or work on personal ministry projects, and is more consistent to 4 hours a day of Red-Light/Mission-Live working hours.

Every morning, Monday-Friday, our base team meets from 9-10ish for prayer at our Wonderland Studios, IMG_1863about a 5-6 mile bike ride from my house. Monday’s the Mission-Live team meets from 11am-12pm, and afterwards the Red-Light Team Leadership from 1-3pm. The rest of the day I check and reply to emails from the weekend and set up schedules for the week from the decisions made in the days meetings.

The Red-Light Team does ministry in the district from 2:30-3:30pm on Tuesdays, and variable times on Thursday nights. We meet for prayer and intercession over the district from 3-4pm on Wednesdays, and Thursdays we have a Team Lunch from 1-3pm. Just as a time set aside to encourage each other and make sure we’re all doing okay.

During the times I am not in the district, or in meetings, I am working on both Mission-Live and future Red-Light events. We have many exciting plans for this coming Summer and Fall, and as the Special Events coordinator, it is my job to make sure things are set up and ready for action.  Here is a glimpse into the upcoming season: awareness tours through Germany, a possible film in the fall, gifts to give the women during ministry times, trips like Romania, visiting teams, and other plans. We just pulled off a very successful Mother’s Day event, which I will share with you shortly.

Mission-Live is going fast. Right now we are working with designers for new branding, websites, IMG_1870brochures, flyers, etc. We are writing content, mission and vision statements, setting goals, and creating new ideas. We are searching for bands, locations, partners, speakers, all the things needed for a global conference.

Friday’s I try to set aside for fundraising, as it is a necessary part of my life here. We have formed a Finance Group to help those of us who are having trouble with finances; to encourage and help each other find new ways of fundraising. We meet from 11-1pm, and then spend the day reading our group book, working on our “homework”, and finishing anything that needs to be done before the weekend. I’ve also joined a bible study group on Wednesday nights, and started a workout group that meets 2-3 times a week.

This last Mother’s Day was absolutely incredible, and God really went all out. After asking around, we were given 300+ beautiful roses from a local florist shop for only 130€. A local pastor let us borrow her family’s car to pick them up, which was wonderful since none of us own a car, and 300+ roses is a lot of roses. Several people from our team were able to come pray over the roses and help us deliver them. Our hope was to get into the brothels, and God came through. We were able to enter almost every brothel, and though it was a slow night, were able to give every women there a rose.

As we entered the brothels, I saw a level of darkness no one should experience. Knowing we were barely grazing the surface, I’ve never understood Christ’s picture of light more. Christine Caine, from the A21Evernote Camera Roll 20150511 154115 Campaign, once spoke of shopping with her daughter, at a store with very bright lights. As they were in the check out line, her daughter picked up a little flashlight and turned it on. But when the light failed, she asked her mother why it didn’t work. Christine saw that the light was working, but because of the overwhelming lights above, the small flashlight was useless. As she explained this to her daughter, she had an “Ah Ha” moment. Church and community with other believers is vital, but so is taking our light to the darkest of places. We are not called to be little flashlights in an already bright room. We are called to be stars in the darkest of skies. Fear should never be a reason. There is wisdom, and God’s will, but we must remember that darkness cannot overcome light, but light overcomes the darkness.

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“There are no ‘if’s’ in God’s world. And no places that are safer than other places. The center of His will is our only safety – let us pray that we may always know it!”
“In darkness God’s truth shines most clear.”
“Don’t bother to give God instructions; just report for duty.”
-Corrie Ten Boom

 

In conclusion to this month’s update, I must end with disappointing news. I was unable to join my team in Romania. But they were able to meet and connect with many teams from around the world. Our network is growing, and we are so thankful that they were able to attend. It is difficult to believe for something and not see it come through. I wish I would have been able to be there, and it is difficult to understand sometimes. But I know God is good, and he is faithful. And of course, Romania isn’t going anywhere.

 

All For Him,
Rebekah

 

P.S.

If you ever have the time, and desire to know more about what it is I do, I would very much love to sit and talk with you. Whether it be on Skype, email, or Facebook. I hope that you would pray about what God thinks, and I hope to hear back from you.

Curious about the organization I work for, YWAM? Here’s a video, that I think does an excellent job of explaining.

https://www.facebook.com/YouthWithAMission/videos/10152534353352811/

 

If you have questions, comments, or would like to partner with me in this adventure, please email me at: rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

 

Become a Financial Partner!

Ways to give online:

 

Direct Deposit –

*A great way to give anonymously

Bank name:

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.

Type:

BofA Core Checking

Routing number:

111000025 (paper & electronic)

026009593 (wires)

Account Number:

488040962539

 

Paypal – use the email address rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

 

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T-32 Hours and Counting

If you read my last update, I have incredible news! I was able to pay the electric bill and rent!

*If you didn’t get a chance to read it you can do that here:

https://rebekahrose2015.wordpress.com/2015/04/08/an-sos-update/?fb_action_ids=10153241884697276&fb_action_types=news.publishes&fb_ref=pub-standard

 

I want to send a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone one who pitched in and saved this Red-Head from being homeless. (Okay I’m sure my roommates would not have let that happen, but still! Not a great place to be in).

I am going to try and send a more personal thank you. You’re gift, no matter the size, meant so much to me! I am so blessed, and I pray that God blesses you a hundred times over!

You also might be thinking “…Didn’t I just get an update from Rebekah?” Why yes you did. I thought I would put in one last attempt at Romania.

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In my last update I told you about my teams trip to Romania. Flights take off in less than 32 hours. And at this moment, I will be here, waving goodbye to my team, praying for a successful time. My last update brought enough to cover my rent, the unexpected electric bill, a little food money for the month, and the conference fee for the event in Romania. Which is amazing, and I am so incredibly thankful. This was a first priority.

However, just before finances came in, I was praying, and I made a promise to God. Lately I have been sensing that I need to pay off my base debt.

Base Debt: Our base organization Youth With A Mission Herrnhut has an account for all of their professional volunteers (like me), in which is charged your monthly fee (25€), and your insurance (40€), equaling 65€ every month. In addition to any charges (Visas, trip fees, etc.).

The great thing about this is YWAM Herrnhut pays this regardless of whether you have the money or not that month. The problem is YWAM Herrnhut pays this regardless of whether you have the money or not that month; it ads up, and up, and up. My damage currently stands at 852.60€. When you’re struggling to make rent and eat, you don’t get to worked up about a bill you don’t HAVE to pay in that moment.

I always thought I would just do a fund raiser when I went back to the states. But God called us not to be in debt. What does that say about me if I allow myself to get deeper and deeper, without trying. Even putting 5€ a month if that’s all I have. What blessings am I missing out on? And so, I told God that I would not go to Romania unless ALL the finances came in. Then the finances started to come in….just enough. Technically I could go to Romania. If I broke my promise. OH how hard that was! I want to go to Romania! I know it is vital to our ministry. But I made a promise, and I was reminded of all the promises I’ve broken to God. And I was reminded of how big God is, and how he’s never, ever, broken a promise. What we could learn from him if we would listen.

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Now that so much time has gone by, the flight tickets have gone up, and my teammate can no longer pay for it. And even with all of the funding that came in the day I sent out that SOS, I still need to see 1,300€, at least, come in at the latest, this Wednesday night. Tomorrow would be preferable, as I could go with my team. I don’t know about you, but I don’t know anyone who can just hand over 1,300€ ($1,395). But 1,300€ is chump change to God. I know that if he want’s me in Romania, he could cause a glitch in my account and the money just “appear”, I know someone could ring my doorbell right now, and having never met me say “I felt God told me to give this to you” (But in German and I would only understand the bills they handed me). But God has not told me whether the money is coming or not. I only know I want to be in Romania for this important event. I will just have to be at peace with whatever outcome happens, trusting that it is his will. But man….I really hope I can go….

 

Anyone reading this happen to hear God saying “Give 1,300€ away”? No? Yes? Well, whether he has or not, would you pray with me? Would you pray that whatever God’s will maybe, that it would be done? I only have hours, but I know that God can perform miracles in seconds. Perhaps you could share this? Spread the word? This is my last attempt other than prayer. My next update is absolutely unpredictable at this time. Because even if I stay here, God has a reason. And I’d be curious to see that reason as well!

 

All For Him,

Rebekah

 

P.S.
If you ever have the time, and desire to know more about what it is I do, I would very much love to sit and talk with you. Whether it be on Skype, email, or Facebook. I hope that you would pray about what God thinks, and I hope to hear back from you.

If you have questions, comments, or would like to partner with me in this adventure, please email me at: rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

 

Ways to give online:

Direct Deposit –
*A great way to give anonymously
Bank name:
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Type:
BofA Core Checking
Routing number:
111000025 (paper & electronic)
026009593 (wires)
Account Number:
488040962539

Paypal – use the email address rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

Email for information on Tax-deductible receipts

An SOS Update

Matthew 6:31-32

Therefore do not be anxious, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’ For the Gentiles seek after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them all.

It seems like I must learn this lesson everyday.

I love what I do. I believe in what I do. I have yet to see the breakthrough we are fighting so hard to see, but this is the very reason we pursue the course. To see the lives of these men and women free from the lies and bondage that have kept them for so many years.

A huge part of this breakthrough requires education and connection. What happens when we finally break through the thick walls of mistrust and isolation, and are given the rare and privileged view into their lives; they ask for Jesus (Him we are ready and ecstatic to deliver upon request), then they ask for physical freedom. …….What do we say? What do we do? If we have no connections, if we have no one whom we trust, who can help them? Do we do nothing?

But how can we be connected outside of our little city, if we never leave? How must we know where to send these men and women, if we never go? So we go. We seek. We find solutions to the next step of freedom. This is why our team is making its way to Bucharest, Romania, April 22-28. To connect with those in Europe, who also have a heart for those whose freedom has been so inhumanly stolen. They might have counselors, lawyers, new job opportunities, and places for healing. We must go, and we must keep going to other places as well.

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I am a Missionary. I need the Church, and the Church needs me. We were all called by Christ himself, to the Great Commission. We are all a necessary part of this culture. Each person, each Christ follower is needed. I ask that you might partner with me in The Great Commission. In prayer, and yes, in Financial support. But before you write me off, let me explain why I live off of others gifts of finances….

The reason we do not get paid in YWAM, the reason we pay to be here, is so that we are not the center of our ministries. It gives others an opportunity to be a part, no matter where in the world they are. You can live in the city, your home town, suburban America, and at the same moment, make kids laugh in the slums of Uganda, talk to Muslims in Lebanon, or show love to the trapped Prostitutes in Germany.

God has been so faithful in providing. I’ve never gone more than a few days with $0 in my bank account and no food in my fridge. God always comes through in unexpected ways. The thing that has been most difficult is the lack of emotional support. So many do not understand what I do, and do not take the time to find out. Most often, dismissing my work as “an easy life in Europe”. I promise it is not. But it is so worth it. And I would love to explain exactly what it is my team does here, and the impact that it has.

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But for this moment, for this day, I have an SOS. I need your help.
In Germany, you pay a set monthly rent, and once a year, you receive “The” gas, and electric bill. We received ours a couple days ago. As it turns out, we were told to pay drastically less than we should have. This put our bill, which must be paid on April 20, at $240 per person. In addition, our rent has been raised to prevent this from happening again. This makes rent $305 a month, instead of $270 (still the cheapest in the city). This month I must pay $545. In addition, Flights for Romania are $185, the fee to attend this conference is $130. That is a total of: $860. The first thing to go will be Romania.

Can I be honest? Can I be real?
My family, and my families Church, are my biggest sponsors. But they struggle. I have a couple of absolutely, INCREDIBLE, sponsors, whom I know are giving out of their hearts, and do not have much to give. I am truly humbled by their incredible faith and love for God, that he should ask them to Sponsor me.

Let’s be more honest: If it were not for my roommate, I’m not sure how I would have eaten this month. I just made my rent, and our team retreat to Barcelona, even with most of the costs covered, still cost me much of my food money. (This trip was well worth it however. God delivered so many new dreams and visions to our team).

 

I believe with all of my heart, this is where God has called me. This is what he’s called me to do. And this is what he asks of me. I will not give up. I will not loose heart. I will keep the faith. And I will keep pressing on.

But it would be nice to eat. And it is a necessary part of my job to travel and get education and make connections.

Would you take the time to pray, seek God, and ask him if partnering up with me, and joining our Red-Light Support Team, is something He’s asking you to do? Even $10 can buy food for a week.
If you ever have the time, and desire to know more about what it is I do, I would very much love to sit and talk with you. Whether it be on Skype, email, or Facebook. I hope that you would pray about what God thinks, and I hope to hear back from you.

 

All for Him,
Rebekah

 

If you have questions, comments, or would like to partner with me in this adventure, please email me at: rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com

Ready to join the Red-Light Support Team, and be apart of the incredible work God is doing here? Scroll down for information on how to give!

 

Ways to give online:

Direct Deposit –
*A great way to give anonymously
Bank name:
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.
Type:
BofA Core Checking
Routing number:
111000025 (paper & electronic)
026009593 (wires)
Account Number:
488040962539

Paypal – use the email address rebekah.for.germany@gmail.com
Paypal is a great way to give for smaller, but necessary things like coffee. So let’s have an international coffee date! Simply send $5.00 for a cup of coffee. The next time you buy your self a cup, pray for me and the work I am doing here. I will be here using your gift of coffee to network, talk to people, and of course have the energy to do it!

Email for information on Tax-deductible receipts

 

 

 

Getting back to business.

Salutations!

May I just take a moment to brag on how amazing you are? Whether you give financially or not, it means everything to me to know that you are taking the time to read this, not very well written, blog. To know you bare with me through my lack of a masters degree in English writing, and constant reminders of financial needs, because you see the work that I do as necessary and needed. One that only I can fill, and you can support through giving not only in finance, but in prayers and simply believing in me. It means the world.

Okay, let’s get down to business (…to defeat…the huns. Come on. You know you sang it too). It has been some time since my last real update. Our team went in vastly different directions around the world. Some to spend needed time with family before another long season away, and some to do Outreaches outside of our little city. Both are important. I myself spent most of my time here in Germany, doing my best to get prepare for the seasons ahead of our team. However, in late January, my family and I decided to make a spur of the moment trip home. It was a very slow season, as I said before, and I used this opportunity to visit family and work on things there.

I arrived back in Germany in March. One day later, hopped on another plane and made my way to Barcelona, Spain. …America. Germany. Spain. I know it sounds like I’m “living the life”, but I promise, all my trips have greater purpose than vacations. I also only spent $145 on the entire trip. YWAMers: we know how to live on a tight budget. Stay at a church or with friends; don’t go out to eat; buy cheap food; don’t pay to do anything. A “look but don’t touch” policy on life I suppose you could say. It’s not luxurious, but it living.

So many great things came out of our teams time in Barcelona. A Café, a magazine, a gallery, and many more dreams were created, and called into action. The Red-Light Team made some big adjustments as well. We have established an Official leadership team, composed of myself, Saige, Claire, Mel, and a new friend who will be joining us officially in September, Elise. She’s just waiting to finish her Master’s in communication. I think we’ll let her keep at it. Yay for us. There is also talk of another staff member joining our Leadership team, but that has yet to be officially decided.

Due to these changes, I have a new title. How exciting. I am now the Special Events Coordinator, and until things are decided with the staff member in question, the Ministry Coordinator. Here’s what that means:

Ministry Coordinator:

– This person will oversee our weekly ministry times.
– Responsibilities:
– Weekly ministry:
– Coordinating/communicating with volunteers
– Designating days/times
– Planning and facilitating Ministry times
– Keeping records of ministry times

Special Events Coordinator:
– This person will oversee the coordinating and planning of special events.
– Responsibilities:
– Helping volunteers/team make ministry ideas possible.
– Overseeing and delegating event responsibilities
– Planning and communicating event details
– Coordinating with other team leaders where necessary (Finances, volunteers, etc).
**This person is not responsible for planning all events, but also in helping others to plan according to their giftings and talents.

I also still plan to assist with the Mission-Live Conference to be held at the end of this year.

Next week we will have our first meeting (besides Barcelona). In this meeting we will all be brining new ideas to the team, and getting our new weekly outreach times and dates set. We are all ready and excited to get back into the district, to visit our friends and to make new ones.

 

Upcoming Special Events:

Romania:

We plan (with a lot of prayer) to attend Youth With a Mission’s European Human Trafficking Conference (or “Shine”) in Bucharest, Romania (to be held the last weekend in April). The conference is only 3 days, but we would like to stay for a week and experience the culture, people, and their red-light districts, as we meet a lot of women from Romania. One of our main reasons for attending the conference is as a networking tool. Because we are so new, we need to get more connected with other teams, organizations, and NGO’s doing similar things in Europe. So we’ll use that week to connect more with those guys. For us all to attend we will need $1,700. Due to this being so much, we may only send 2 of our team members, bringing that number down to $850.

Beauty Day:

Dates and location to be decided, but will most likely be on a Sunday in May or June.

We want to bless mothers and daughters working in the red light district. We will offer a free makeover and free professional portrait (Photographer Jan Schlegel) to the women. We will also offer that they can send a copy of the photo and a handwritten letter to their families. We are asking for donations for the necessary supplies, as well as volunteers who speak European and African languages.

 

Thank you for your time, and overwhelming support,
All For Him,
Rebekah

 

Ways to give online:

Paypal – Rebekah Munson’s Paypal

Paypal is a great way to give for smaller, but necessary things like coffee. So let’s have an international coffee date! Simply send $5.00 for a cup of coffee. The next time you buy your self a cup, pray for me and the work I am doing here. I will be here using your gift of coffee to network, talk to people, and of course have the energy to do it!

 

Direct Deposit –

Bank name:

BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.

Type:

BofA Core Checking

Routing number:

111000025 (paper & electronic)

026009593 (wires)

Account Number:

488040962539

Short and Sweet.

For my wonderful followers and partners,

As I mentioned in my last update, the past two months have been very slow for ministry. Fortunately, planning for the missions conference next year, and our staff retreat in March have kept me busy. But between half of our team being gone on outreaches and visiting family, and it being too cold for the women to open up their windows for conversation, we won’t be able to get back into the district until March. That is why February is the perfect time for me to take a month and spend some time to take care of me. I am currently in the states and will be using this month to get myself rested and ready for the next season.

But we’ll be back in the game before you know it 😉

All for Him,

Rebekah