Change Hearts, Change the World:
Help us spread the Good News!
Good News Ministries' outreach touches countless lives around the world, including in countries where people have no Catholic Mass and where Christianity is persecuted.
To do all that God is calling us to do, our outreach has been expanding with an increase of support staff and facilities.
To see how your donations help others, read these testimonials.
To see how I learned to overcome my own fears about sacrificial giving, see my personal testimony.
Your support helps us serve:
- 1800/day visitors who seek Christ on our websites (gnm.org, wordbytes.org, gogoodnews.net, and parishhope.com).
- 15,000 subscribers who receive our free, daily Good News Reflections emails on the readings from Catholic Mass.
- 4300 people who receive Daily Blessings (daily quotes by Saints)
- 1100 people who receive Daily Inspirations for the Year of Faith
- 13,000 people who come to the Good News Stepping Stones blog each month, many by search engines as they seek movie reviews or answers about the Catholic Faith
- 4200 who come each month to the new blog
where the daily Good News Reflections are posted so more seekers of faith can find them.
- 260 Twitter subscribers.
- 4900 Facebook users who are reached each week with content from our ministry's fan page.
- 1800 Facebook friends, many of whom share our content on their walls to increase the reach
- 115 followers on our newest social networking outreach tool, Pinterest.
- 78,400 viewers of our YouTube channel, which has 157 subscribers.
- 435 unborn babies who were aborted or miscarried and who have been posted by loved ones on our prayer chapel wall in the ministry of Families of Aborted Children Praying Together.
And that's just some of the difference we make in this world to help people experience more of God's love and joy.
Why should I ask for donations?
If I preach the gospel,
this is no reason for me to boast,
for an obligation has been imposed on me,
and woe to me if I do not preach it!
If I do so willingly, I have a recompense,
but if unwillingly, then I have been
entrusted with a stewardship.
What then is my recompense?
That, when I preach,
I offer the gospel free of charge.
(1 Cor 9:16-18)
This scripture explains why we would rather quietly ask for donations instead of charging a fee for the Good News Reflections or the articles in the WordBytes e-zine or any of the other services offered by Good News Ministries.
Saint Paul was not saying it's wrong to charge a fee. In fact, Jesus said that the worker deserves his wages (Luke 10:7). But Paul knew that what matters most is being a good steward of the gifts that God has given us.
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Good News Ministries
5474 Williams Road, Suite 2B
Tampa FL (USA) 33610
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