The Bible Mission activities need your help. While you may not be able to travel to the mission fields, there are still loads of ways you can help support Mission activities right at home.
First, and foremost, we need your prayers constantly for God’s blessing on the work.
ThisIsYourBible.com offers free correspondence courses and Bible literature. Students are tutored one-on-one by Christadelphian brothers and sisters. You can sign up online to be a tutor!
Assist with correspondence courses in either English or Spanish.
It may sound strange, but even your daily shopping can help support the mission ecclesias. Consider signing up for Amazon Smile, which costs you nothing. When you register with Amazon Smile and select the Christadelphian Bible Mission of the Americas as your registered charity, Amazon will donate a portion of what you spent directly to the CBMA.
To register with Amazon Smile, click here or the button below.
Speaking of Amazon, a sister has written a book that is for sale on the Amazon website. She has offered to donate all proceeds from the sale of Eleven Weeks to the CBMA. Click here for more information.
Eleven Weeks and counting… We know it’s going to happen soon, we just don’t know when. What would you do if you knew that Jesus Christ was coming back tonight? or in eleven weeks? Good-looking and athletic, Jake and Zach thought the world was at their fingertips. Identical twins in their last year of high school, life was full of opportunity, excitement and temptation. Little did they know they were so close to the end… but then, neither did anyone else. With angels invisibly at work in their lives, trying to help to them choose Christ over the ‘pleasures of sin for a season’, the twins are oblivious to the race against time. Will apathy and temptation fatally eclipse the twins’ view of the coming Messiah? How will they feel when the angel comes to call them away? What will it be like to meet the Lord Jesus Christ face to face? Probing deep into the future, this novel challenges all of us to be ready and waiting for the return of our Lord. This story is recommended for age 14 and up.