Give to Our Year-End Matching Fund
When you give to Bethlehem Christian Academy, your gift goes toward the work of transforming the lives of orphans and impoverished children in the power of the Gospel.
Because of generous donors, your donation will be matched dollar for dollar, up to an additional $30,000. Your support will ensure that BCA has the necessary funds in place for our ministries, including administrative and infrastructural needs for the schools in 2019.
Would you make a special year-end donation of $50, $100, $250, or
whatever God leads, to help us meet our goal of $30,000 by December 31, 2018?
Checks, marked as “Transform a Life“, can be mailed to:
Bethlehem Christian Academy
PO Box 483
West Plains, MO 65775
Transforming Lives in the Power of the Gospel
We unashamedly believe in the power of the Gospel to transform the lives of orphans and the poor. Because of God’s faithfulness in 2018, 285 children living in poverty have been ensured a Christian education, a daily nutritious meal, and, most importantly, an opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Lord willing, in January 2019, we will launch our third BCA location in Northwest Africa, with 20 new kindergarten students, and add an additional 50 students between our Zambian locations. Between Zambia and Northwest Africa, we hope to have 355 students in our 3 locations.
God’s Work in 2018
In addition to this work in our schools, 32 pastors were trained through our annual Pastors’ Conference in August, and many children and adults came to know Christ as Savior through our short-term mission trips. God also continues to bless the work of our church planting partners in Zambia, with Pastor Victor Chibangula and his team planting three new village churches in Northern Zambia. A total of 199 village people gave their lives to Jesus Christ through their evangelism efforts this past fall.
Praise God! Indeed, 2018 has been an exciting year! We thank God for his work, and we want you to know that your support of BCA makes all this possible, by God’s grace.