“House of Prayer…”
We are a group of devout Christians who believe the power of prayer can change or city. We were about to lose our beautiful property unless we could come up with a down payment on the 1.2 million purchase. We would have lost it to a different owner had it not been for the timing of your Liquidity Pool. If our entire group hadn’t joined the Liquidity Pool, we would not have been able to start receiving donations in ETH.
Since then, we were successful in purchasing the land and going under contract. God’s provision through your Liquidity Pool and generous donors will enable us to continue to afford the property. Our team is praying daily for Verlin and the Ruby Family Foundation. Thank you for helping us establish a permanent House of Prayer. TN, USA
“Help…by funding scholarships…”
I am very happy so far, and plan to increase my stake in early 2022. My plans are to use a portion of the returns to help fund Kingdom-based projects, primarily working with at-risk youth here in Chicago, by funding scholarships and working with mentoring programs. G.K. IL, USA
“The provision provided by the liquidity pool system is very much God’s money…”
For my wife and I, the provision provided by the liquidity pool is God’s money and this sobers us to the fact that we want to be very intentional with the profits made from participating as a liquidity pool partner. We plan to reinvest 100% each week/month for at least four years (and longer if possible). With the wealth that this will generate we plan to remain missionaries but without the need for financial supporters.
This will free us up to participate in ministries and church planting movements we may otherwise not be as financially free to engage with. In addition, we have always dreamed of being able to sponsor missionaries to attend re-acculturation type centers/ministries when they return from the mission field. These types of programs are very expensive, and we are excited to sponsor returning Cambodian missionaries as they readjust to their home country. We have dreams of purchasing houses and cars that can be used as furlough homes and care for missionaries in need.
As Christian missionaries here in Cambodia for many years now, we have learned many valuable lessons on where money is best used to advance the Kingdom of God without crippling people or making them overly dependent the local church. One of those ways is by funding Christian social work ministries that take a comprehensive approach to anti-trafficking work.
These ministries employ and train many local Christians who can in turn support, rather than taking from the church. Local jobs can then become available in nursing, social work. counseling, facilities coordinators, vocational trainers, career counselors, etc. All the while rescuing, rehabilitating, training, and ministering to young men and women who become very responsive to the Gospel. It’s beautiful work when done well and we have plans to support and work alongside these ministries for years to come. B.L.B., Cambodia