Much of life is “business as usual,” whether as a household, school, company, or ministry. Thankfully, that’s often the case; we largely know what to expect and what is expected of us. There’s nothing wrong with a daily, weekly, or monthly routine. Rather, it gives a sense of security.

Yet, we can then easily settle for the “normal” without considering anything outside our little (or big) box.

For the most part, our priorities are shaped by “business as usual.” There are, however, occasional fortunate or unfortunate circumstances that intrude on how our day, week, or month normally goes, from mild to severe intrusions.

Obviously, a fire in your home, classroom, or office will turn “business as usual” upside down. The same is true with the beginning of a long-term illness. What about the current pandemic? Life took a sharp turn and hasn’t been the same. While those illustrations may be “extreme examples,” what about the daily reality of…

  • those who are currently lost?
  • those who are persecuted?
  • those who are in dire need?

Thankfully, there are innumerable ministries and Christians (with a large audience) who step up to the plate. Their “business as usual” is to share God’s gospel, provide relief for His persecuted saints, and supply the basic necessities to those in dire need.

Yet, even that can become “normal” at times without considering anything outside one’s little (or big) box.

As a ministry or a Christian (with a large audience), will you agree that these are the most important priorities in life…

  • share the gospel with those who are lost.
  • disciple believers to become more Christlike.
  • provide relief for God’s persecuted saints.
  • supply the necessities to those in dire need.

Even if you are already doing one or more on a regular basis or as part of your mission statement, what if you could do (significantly) more for the spread of God’s gospel, the spiritual growth of believers, the relief of God’s persecuted saints, and the supply of the basic necessities to those in dire need?

If the “more” didn’t require any cost or effort on your part, would you do so? Or, would you prefer “business as usual,” without considering anything outside your little (or big) box?

Here’s a limited, redundant, but necessary overview of how you can do “more” without any cost or effort on your part (based on a 10% participation). As an illustration of the “more,” I’ve included the number of “bibles and discipleship materials” that you and your audience could raise for the persecuted church.

If you have a (social media) audience of 10,000+, you will be able to raise $500 with a $0.99 Ebook and $1,950 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 71 or 278 bibles and discipleship materials.

If you have a (social media) audience of 25,000+, you will be able to raise $1,250 with a $0.99 Ebook and $4,875 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 178 or 696 bibles and discipleship materials.

If you have a (social media) audience of 50,000+, you will be able to raise $2,500 with a $0.99 Ebook and $9,750 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 357 or 1,392 bibles and discipleship materials.

If you have a (social media) audience of 100,000+, you will be able to raise $5,000 with a $0.99 Ebook and $19,500 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 714 or 2,785 bibles and discipleship materials.

If you have a (social media) audience of 250,000+, you will be able to raise $12,500 with a $0.99 Ebook and $48,750 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 1,785 or 6,964 bibles and discipleship materials.

If you have a (social media) audience of 1,000,000+, you will be able to raise $50,000 with a $0.99 Ebook and $195,000 with a $2.99 Ebook. That’s equivalent to 7,142 or 27,857 bibles and discipleship materials.

This is without any cost or effort on your part!

Do you desire to be such a tremendous blessing to the persecuted church or another reputable ministry of your choice? Obviously, you can also raise extra funds for your own ministry. No doubt, the stated amounts will allow you to do more.

Imagine driving home after a long week of fruitful ministry. Souls were saved, believers were edified, and supplies were distributed to those in need. All of a sudden, on a dark, country road, you see a heavily wrecked car with smoke coming out of the engine.

I assume you would stop everything and, at least, call 911. Additionally, you would try to see how you could help the ones trapped in the smoking car.

Through Christ-Centered Books, you have a free, simple, and easy opportunity to raise funds with your audience for the spread of God’s gospel, the relief of His saints, and supply “the things needed” for those in dire need (James 2:16).

Will you make use of this opportunity, especially if you have a 10,000+ social media audience? It doesn’t cost you anything. Nothing at all!

Even if you don’t consider doing this for your own ministry, how many “bibles and discipleship materials” will you be able to distribute with your audience for your persecuted brothers and sisters throughout the world?

Nothing ventured is nothing gained, right?

Would it be appropriately biblical to beg you earnestly to make use of this free, simple, and easy way to raise funds for the spread of God’s gospel and the relief of His saints (2 Cor. 8:4)?

I’ll leave that answer to you…

Click here for the simple process to raise funds for your own ministry or a ministry of your choice.