Partner

I am excited to invite you to partner in the vision the Lord has set over my life: to grow in fiery love and holy devotion to Jesus and equip young adults to live overflowing lives of passion for their Maker and compassion for others. John the Baptist described himself as a “friend of the Bridegroom” as he prepared the people for the first coming of the Lord. Today the Holy Spirit is raising up many in this calling to prepare Jesus’ Bride for His second coming and I am committed to joining with Him.

There are 2 primary ways to get involved with me as I labor with Jesus on the college campuses in the Peoria Area.

1. Pray.

Prayer, through the authority of Jesus Christ, releases the kingdom of God on the earth. Jesus is worthy of all the worship and I need your prayers in order to be effective in multiplying this vision to the young adults I am working with.

2. Give.

As a full-time campus missionary associate with Chi Alpha, I partner with a wonderful team of supporters to meet my monthly financial needs. This allows me to be free to minister first and foremost as a priest to the Lord and then from that place as a messenger of the Gospel to man. I am believing God to raise up more faithful supporters who will meet the remaining need.

If the Lord provides for you to partner with me and the team, there are two ways to get involved – one-time gifts or monthly support.

To donate, make check payable to Assemblies of God U.S. Missions and mail it to:

David Ackerman
2111 W. Sherman Ave.
West Peoria, IL 61604

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