5 Questions Every
Donor Should Ask

Share an overview of the biblical
concept of raising personal
support with potential donors

$25.00 for 100 booklets


These simple booklets are designed to help support raisers share the biblical concept of giving and supporting Christian workers with potential donors. Sending this information ahead of your appointments or leaving a booklet behind will give the people you meet with some steps to take to discern if they should be supporting you and your ministry.

These are sold in packs of 10.
For 100 booklets, order a quantity of 10.
For 500 booklets, order a quantity of 50.

Dr. Steve Shadrach has a passion for developing laborers for Christ to reach the world. He has been involved with many different collegiate ministries, and has served as Pastor of Students and Missions at University Baptist Church in Fayetteville, AR. He is also the founder of Student Mobilization, which focuses on evangelizing and discipling college students in the U.S. and abroad, The Traveling Team, and The Bodybuilders ministry, seeking to “build up the body of Christ”. He also served as the Director of Mobilization for the U.S. Center for World Mission, overseeing the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement program. Dr. Shadrach has a Masters in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary and a Doctorate of Ministry in Church and Parachurch Executive Leadership from Denver Seminary. He has written three books, The Fuel and the Flame: Ten Keys to Ignite Your Campus for Jesus Christ, Brown Like Coffee: For Students Who Think Outside the Box, and ViewPoints: Fresh Perspectives on Personal Support Raising. Steve and his family reside in Fayetteville, AR, where he serves as the Executive Director of The Center for Mission Mobilization. (www.mobilization.org)

“For ‘Everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved.‘
But how can they call on him to save them unless they believe in
him? And how can they believe in him if they have never heard
about him? And how can they hear about him unless someone
tells them? And how will anyone go and tell them without being
sent?” ROMANS 10:13-15

If you are presented with the opportunity to financially invest
in a Christian ministry or worker, I encourage you to seriously
consider it. By giving and praying, you become a strategic
ministry “sender,” enabling and launching that Christian worker
into their calling to focus on impacting others for Christ.

Many Christian workers all over the world personally raise the
funds needed to cover their salary and ministry expenses. This
approach is commonly called “personal support raising” or
“ministry partner development.” The Christian worker meets
with family, friends, churches or referrals given to them to share
their ministry vision and extend an invitation to each one to
partner with them by financially investing. This is not the method
used by all ministries, but tens of thousands of organizations
around the planet do utilize this decentralized approach of
requiring each staff person to take full responsibility to acquire
the necessary funds to do their ministry.

The purpose of this booklet is to give you more information,
including the biblical basis for this funding model, and hopefully
answer questions you might have. If you meet with a Christian
worker and they are asking you to support their ministry, you will
be better informed to respond to their presentation.

While Jesus certainly commands us to “give to those who ask of
us” in Luke 6:30, He also wants us to steward well the funds He’s
provided us. So as you consider whether to invest in a particular
ministry or Christian worker, ask some key questions. Here are
five to read and pray through.


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