By: Jim Klein
When I think about celebrating Christmas, my mind immediately returns to my childhood when I heard the Christmas story. I remember helping my grandfather feed the livestock before heading to church; the smell of the barn, the clean straw and the cattle chewing their food all come back to me.
I love to read and tell the story every Christmas Day to my children and grandchildren, gathered together in our living room. Telling the story and sharing Jesus – that is what Christmas is all about. Acts 1:8 Ministry is committed to sharing Jesus through Planned Acts of Christian Kindness (P.A.C.K.) as we help churches, groups, and individuals reach out to the lost in their community. Below are a few stories of how P.A.C.K. has changed peoples' lives and strengthened the body of Christ.
We are asking you to consider a financial gift to our ministry this Christmas. We are only able to carry out this mission with help from individuals like you. We have been blessed with a commitment from the Ruud Foundation with a matching gift opportunity. Any and all gifts from $500 to $5,000 will be matched dollar for dollar. Yes, dollar for dollar! Please take a moment to pray about your capability to help provide resources for this ministry. Give the gift of Jesus to the soul searching for their Savior.
Gifts of cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and real estate can provide the needed resources for Acts 1:8 Ministry to function and spread our mission of training Christians to evangelize through kindness. If you would like to give a gift to Acts 1:8 Ministry, please contact our office at 920-494-2289, mail your gift to 2145 S. Oneida Street, Green Bay WI 54304, or give online.
Thank you in advance for your prayers and gifts!
Jim Klein is Acts 1:8 Ministry's retired Mission Advancement Director. In Jim's 29+ years of experience in the financial and estate planning field, he helped fellow Christians with their financial and estate planning for the benefit of their families and the Lord’s work! Learn more about leaving a Christian legacy.