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Support Reformed Forum this Christmas

As you work through your shopping list and purchase gifts for your loved ones this Christmas season, please consider supporting Reformed Forum. The Reformed Forum makes all of its content freely available for the benefit of the Church. We do this as a labor of love and out of a desire to see Reformed Christianity grow throughout the world.

We desire to expand our offerings in the New Year, and we need financial support for new equipment. One of our major goals is to begin producing regular video content in conjunction with our podcasts. We intend to broadcast live video of Christ the Center and many of our other programs in addition to providing downloadable content through iTunes and other video distributions.

Amount Number of Gifts
$500 1
$250 2
$100 5
$50 8
$25 10
$10 20
$5 30

To attain this goal, we need to purchase a new multitrack mixer, several decent quality webcams, and components for a video-switching computer. We can purchase the necessary equipment for approximately $2,500. The chart to the left shows how this goal can be met by breaking the need down into various giving levels.

To expand our content and produce video, we need thirty people to donate five dollars, twenty people to donate ten dollars, ten to donate twenty-five dollars, and so on. A donation of any size would be greatly appreciated.

We are tremendously thankful for all the prayers and financial support we already receive. All donations go toward operating expenses (web hosting) and capital expenditures such as microphones, computer equipment, and hard drives. No one draws a salary.

If you would like to help Reformed Forum provide video content, please make a donation to help us purchase the necessary equipment. To make your gift, simply click the button below, or visit reformedforum.org/support. If you have any questions, please contact mail@reformedforum.org.


A note about charitable deductions: Reformed Forum is not currently registered as a 501 (c)(3) organization. As a result, donations are not tax-deductible. If you are able to provide legal support for setting up a 501 (c)(3) in Pennsylvania, we would greatly benefit from your assistance.


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