Help Support (Online) Ministry

When this ministry first started back in 2011, it’s what I did full-time. I feel I was called to ministry and very much enjoyed the research, meeting new people, and helping others understand or come to the faith. Over the years this ministry has helped me grow just as much as it helped you all grow. And I will always enjoy ministry work. This ministry isn’t going anywhere but expanding.

It started out small and rapidly grew to a size even I couldn’t believe. With fellowshippers all around the globe and several branches blanketing Kenya and invitations to India, Romania, and other nations. Throughout this process I established a very simple point: God’s word is free. I did not enter ministry as an income based endeavor, but because I was called into ministry. I’m not going to put a “gate” up forcing payment to view the ministries sites nor will I demand tithes locally. There are other ways people can help ministry, especially locally and in poorer areas (ie: businesses and individuals could share their services with the ministry).

However, due to this, and the popular belief (particularly in the US) that ministries and churches are all subsidized in one form or the other, I’ve had to take up other lines of work to pay the bills. Full-time ministry and church staff in most ministries and churches are paid out of the churches or ministries income, especially 508c1a’s; which is what this ministry is. To help support the ministry, the ministry sells Christian items. But the larger portion is covered by me.

As I began venturing into other work to help keep bills paid and this ministry alive and well, people began to take notice as weekly blog posts, videos, and podcasts are no longer weekly. The ministry continues to receive emails and phone calls asking that such services/features continue. I’d love to start these weekly again. However, to do so requires time. Believe it or not, sermons take 30+hrs to put together on average. It takes time to research the topic and take notes, organize the notes, and then turn said notes into a sermon (or in the case of this site, a blog post, video, and podcast). It then takes time to upload content to the various channels so it’s viewable.

In order for this to be able to return to a weekly schedule, enough donations need to come in to cover cost of the bills to keep the ministry going so time is permitted to continue to upload content to the ministries sites, and to again be available 24/7 for ministry related phone calls and emails. This donation doesn’t need to be large either. A donation of just $1-5 per month would be enough to keep a weekly schedule with fresh content uploading to these sites as a blog post, video, podcast episode, or combination thereof.

Your donation of just $1-5/mo would allow for:

  • Weekly Blog Posts
  • Weekly Podcast Episodes
  • Weekly Videos
  • Funding of the various ministry programs

Donations are always greatly appreciated and may be made in several ways:

  • PayPal
  • Cash App
  • Venmo (@RedConrad or Red@RedConrad.com)
  • Zelle (Red@RedConrad.com)

You may also donate a monthly donation of $5 by clicking the button below
(Monthly Donation option requires you to setup a PayPal account if you don’t already have one. PayPal processes all payments and keeps your info secure.):
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This is a recurring, monthly donation of $5. You may cancel your monthly donations at any time by clicking the button below:

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Thank you and God Bless

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