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Donate--Opportunities to Give

“Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matthew 6:19-21, NIV)

The Bible has much to say about money and giving. Here is one site to explore this subject:
[Generous Giving Home | Key Bible verses | Stories and Testimonies ]

Please review the following opportunities for you to support:

Support our FSCF

One-time Gift or Monthly Payroll Deduction
As of Fiscal Year 2007, the FSCF receives no annual funding from Mercer. In some previous years the FSCF had received financial support from Dr. Jim Bruner's office to purchase supplies and pay expenses for special events, such as refreshments or nominal travel expenses for outside speakers. We now turn to support from our own members (or any other individual who feels so led). You can donate to the FSCF in two ways: a one-time gift, or a monthly gift through payroll deduction--see the links below:

Make a one-time gift to FSCF online using a credit card (designate the gift to "Other: Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship")

Obtain a printable form to donate to FSCF through payroll deduction (designate the gift to "Other: Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship")

If you have questions about donations, please contact Linda Deal in University Advancement at Deal_LB@Mercer.edu or 478-301-2725.

Support Organizations and Individuals

Bill and Jan Hager, Christian Leadership Ministries: Ministries to College Faculty
Bill Hager was instrumental in helping get our FSCF started in 1998 while he was a professor at the University of Georgia. He has continued to support us through prayer, encouragement, and periodic visits. Bill and his family depend heavily on individual support from Christians like us. To learn more about Bill and Jan and to contact them about financial support, visit their CLM web page.