Month of Prayer and Giving Day 25 – Aiming at what is honourable

| March 25, 2017 | 0 Comments

When Paul wrote 2 Corinthians he made mention of his desire not to attract criticism in the administration of financial gifts from the churches. He said measures had been taken to handle finances wisely because of a desire to do what was honourable not only in the Lord’s sight but also in the sight of man. It is for this reason – among others – that Grace Baptist Partnership seeks to honour the Lord in this area.

We have employed a financial administrator with day to day responsibility for this area of our work. Our trustees meet regularly at which time they receive current financial reports. Our annual accounts are independently examined and submitted to the Charity Commission https://slotspie.com/. By God’s grace, this area of our work is well managed.

Throughout this month, you have received daily reports of ways in which the Lord is blessing the work of Grace Baptist Partnership. I trust you will feel confident in providing the one-off and ongoing financial support essential to the continued development of this ministry.

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Will you pray for our members of staff, administrator, treasurer, trustees and independent examiner that all will seek to honour the Lord through what they do and the way they do it?

Will you pray for the ongoing financial health of Grace Baptist Partnership? Will you pray that local churches and likeminded individuals alike will be burdened to support this work?

Will you pray for the wise stewardship of our financial resources as we seek to respond to great needs both in this country and elsewhere in Europe?

Barry King

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About Barry King: Barry is pastor of Dunstable Baptist Church in Bedfordshire alongside his wider leadership role with Grace Baptist Partnership. He and his family moved to the United Kingdom from the United States of America in 2003. View author profile.

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