Mugs for MissionariesHelp us pour into missionaries!
Featured Area of Missionary Care:
Sending loved ones to visit missionaries overseas!
Missionaries often tell us how much they miss their family and friends, especially around the holidays. What better way to support and encourage them than to bring someone who knows them deeply and loves them to visit them on the mission field? That’s exactly what we plan to do in 2019!
(In the video below, missionary Leslie Elsayed shares exactly why this matters)
Together, we can help send loved ones to the mission field. Any amount you give today will help us do that. Click HERE, choose any amount you’d like to give toward this specific initiative.
We have a number of other areas of missionary care that you can give toward below. Scroll down to view the other options and choose a different mug to fill.
Thank you for partnering with us to show missionaries they are seen, known and loved.
What is Mugs for Missionaries?
This is our campaign to fund our 2019 missionary cary programming. It’s all about pouring into missionaries through relief and encouragement. It’s the simple things that help us do that – family retreats, fellowship nights, needed supplies, favorite treats from home, and we’ve ALSO added an option for you to help send a friend or family member to visit a missionary on the field.
The photos and videos you see here are just a handful of the hundreds of missionaries Go Be Love has served over the years. Will you help us pour into more by choosing a mug (or several) below?
Together, we can ensure that missionaries feel seen, known, and loved.
Select any mug or give a custom amount.
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