“Freely you have received, freely give,” said Jesus (Matthew 10:8). Literature and other media offered on this website are made available to the public free of charge. This is an important part of our mission to preach the gospel to the world (Mark 16:15).

Our financial support is provided through the freely given tithes and offerings of our members, co-workers, and donors. We welcome voluntary donations in support of the work of proclaiming the gospel.

Contributions are gratefully acknowledged. In the United States, donations to legitimate Churches are deductible from Federal income taxes, by law (1). Donations are received without return consideration.

If you choose to donate several options are available:

(1) Mail:

Our mailing address is:

Messenger Church of God
PO Box 542
Peculiar, MO 64078

(2) Online from your checking account:

You can donate from your USA checking account electronically through Dwolla, an online ACH check processor.

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(3) Bitcoin;

You can donate online using Bitcoin by clicking the following link: Bitpay. If you are not familiar with how Bitcoin works, please see the tutorial.

PLEASE NOTE: Bitpay currently limits our daily transactions to a maximum of $10,000 (US). In the rare event that your donation may exceed that amount, please break it up into smaller amounts to be sent on successive days.

We do not sell e-mail lists or personal information concerning our contacts to outside parties. We accept no paid advertising. We receive no remuneration from any party for mentioning or recommending any product or service.

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1. Note Concerning Tax Deductible Contributions:

In the United States financial donations by an individual to churches and certain other organizations are tax-deductible to the extent that the aggregate of such contributions does not exceed 50 percent of the taxpayer’s contribution base (adjusted gross income) for the taxable year (26 USC 170).

Section 508(c) of the Internal Revenue Code provides that churches are not required to apply for recognition of Section 501(c)(3) status in order to be exempt from federal taxation or to receive tax deductible contributions. Churches are automatically exempt from Federal income tax, in accordance with the first amendment to the Constitution of the United States. “Congress shall make no law regarding an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof” (U.S. Constitution, First Amendment). Contributions to churches are deductible by donors under 26 USC 170.