In Mark 16, we receive a powerful command from our Lord:
"Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature."
Through the Ministry Advancement Program (MAP), MACU is able to significantly reduce the financial burden of education on our ministry students. In addition to providing financial aid, this powerful scholarship program provides ministry students with opportunities to serve in Oklahoma City area churches and hospitals, nationwide summer internships and in a multitude of community service projects.
Because of faithful donors supporting MACU and the MAP scholarship, the university has given scholarships to hundreds of ministry students over the years. But the financial burden of higher education is a heavy one – at this moment, numerous ministry students are praying for a financial miracle that will allow them to continue their studies at MACU.
Your generous gift might be the miracle for which our students are praying for!
Please spend some time in prayer and consider donating to this year’s MAP scholarship fund so MACU may assist ministry students even more. When you give to MAP, you are giving to the futures of students who are dedicated to following Christ’s call for them to serve the Church of God.
If you are able to give a gift of $100 or more, I would like to send you a copy of God’s Promises, a devotional journal written by more than 20 leading Christian authors to bring inspiration and encouragement every day of the year. Whether you start your mornings or end your evenings with this incredible book, I hope you’ll remember our students and the impact your gift has made in their lives.
Thank you for supporting the students of Mid-America Christian University. Your prayers and your generosity help our students “Dream Bigger” and “Do Greater” every day for the good of God’s Kingdom.
None of this is possible without you!
Rev. Steve Seaton, Vice President of University Advancement
Your gift is tax deductible as allowed by the law. When you give to us, 100% of your donation goes directly to MACU students.