discover More value than Black Friday or Cyber Monday
Thanksgiving is over, the left overs are in the fridge, and you survived Black Friday and Cyber Monday! We all like a deal, and want our money to get the most bang for our buck. This year, consider Giving Tuesday as the best way to make your money go further. Black Friday might have given you a deal, Cyber Monday might have given you a steal, but Giving Tuesday will give you what's real. Consider exchanging the material things for eternal things. Your donation on #GivingTuesday will help us reach students from around the world with the good news and love of Jesus Christ. Today on #GivingTuesday, invest in this ministry, so we can share with the nations in Tulsa, about the best deal we've ever received.
The University of Tulsa has 1169 international students from 76 countries. Our goal is to raise $50 dollars per country that is represented at TU. Would you help us reach $3800 today? When you donate, you can pick a country and then go to our Facebook page and simply write the name of the country with #GivingTuesday. - Example: Angola #GivingTuesday
To Make #GivingTuesday a success, we need you
Share this opportunity with people who support our mission of reaching the nations in Tulsa.
On #GivingTuesday, Dec. 1st, go to our Facebook page and Twitter, and share our status!
Give and write on our Facebook wall as described above.
Consider the students who are touched by the love of Jesus when arriving on campus receive free furniture, helped with getting situated, and welcomed by a loving community of followers of Jesus.
Consider the young Vietnamese student who walked into one of our weekly Free International Lunches, and asked one of our volunteers to tell Him more about how to get to God, because as an atheist, he took a theology class, and realized that he could not disprove God.
Consider the Chinese student who went to an ISM student outing, and from there, was invited to come to our weekly ISM community night. It was after our Worship and Bible study time, He told a student, that he felt Jesus, and gave His life to Christ the next day.
Consider these stories, and the impact you will make when you give today, and help us reach students from 76 different countries with the Gospel of Jesus.