How Has Faith Promise Blessed Your Life?

One of the greatest joys we have as a family is not only serving in Colombia as missionaries, but giving through our home church above our regular giving to support other foreign missions. It’s a blessing to know we have a part in fulfilling the “both” command of Acts 1:8.

But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. (‭Acts‬ ‭1‬:‭8‬ KJV)

We know that, as missionaries ourselves, we live by the faithful provision of God’s people. Many of you give sacrificially so that the Word of God is glorified though us here in South America, and God is adding fruit to your account!

So here’s the question I have for you…

How has Faith-Promise missions giving blessed your life? Would you leave a comment or send me a note to share your testimony with others? There may be many that are on the fence about whether to get involved or not, and your testimony could make a difference in their lives!

Thanks, and God bless you in your faithfulness to Him!

About Aaron

I am a born again child of God, a servant of Christ and seeker of His glory! I'm happily married to my wonderful wife, Aubrie, and we have four precious daughters. God has graciously allowed us to serve as missionaries in Colombia, South America since 2011, and minister among Latin Americans since 2004. Follow our story at

Posted on August 2, 2014, in Personal Study, Random Thoughts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. As a new Pastor of a church that already has a great heart for missions, I definitely see the benefits of Faith Promise giving. I grew up in a pastor’s home and recall many times hearing my father talk about the many different ways that God had stretched people’s faith and blessed them beyond measure through faith promise. It also helped our church then to plan ahead and prepare to care for missionaries abroad as well as at home. my current church does not currently practice faith promise giving, but I have already scheduled a speaker for our Missions Conference next year to teach on the subject and help us to implement it. May the Lord continue to bless your ministry as you serve Him.

    • Brother King, thanks for taking the time to leave your thoughts about Faith Promise giving. We are praying for you all there at Zion Hill! May God bless your ministry and family.

  2. I am a pastor at Bible Baptist Church in Kokomo. We have missionaries throughout the world, and it is a humble reminder that it’s all because of God. We can water and plant but only God causes the growth. Definitely be praying for you as you serve on the mission field. It’s encouraging for me to be the one throwing down the rope while you all go to the ends of the Earth. Both roles are vitally important to the unity of the church. God bless and keep up the good work!

    • Hey Chad. Thanks for your comment. I really appreciate your spirit and excitement in the following phrase:

      It’s encouraging for me to be the one throwing down the rope while you all go to the ends of the Earth. Both roles are vitally important to the unity of the church.

      God bless! Let me know if I can ever be a help to you.

    • Thanks Aaron. I was just visiting your website. I lead a college and career ministry at BBC. You can check us out at Anyways, we are interested in a missions trip for next year. I am taking a look at your generation camp application and doctrinal statement. I like how your focus is on equipping local leaders to plant churches. I will look through it and then maybe message you back. Take care man.

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