We depend on the financial generosity of others to live and stay in Poland. We have learned that when you give to missions, God brings it back to you. You cannot out-give God. We are very grateful to the individuals and churches who support us in this way. We could not go without you!
HOW CAN YOU GIVE?
- Monthly Pledge*
If you are interested in pledging to us on a monthly basis, you can click here and fill out the respective information, click the "GiveMontly" button and on the following screen, click on the "Faith Commitment" box just below our name.
By filling out this form you are saying, "As the Lord enables me I will give this amount to the Hobbs each month for the next four years." A pledge is for 4 years while we are in Poland. When we come back in 4 years, you will be asked if you want to continue to support us for the next 4 years. You can also set up for an automatic (YOU don’t have to remember and no monthly paperwork required) reoccurring charge card (credit, debit card) payment to our account.
- Can I give a one-time financial gift?*
Sure! Just click here, or if you would like to send through the mail, you can send a check to:
1445 N. Booneville Ave.
Springfield, MO 65802
Put Curtis Hobbs Acct. # 249521 in the memo section of your check
*You can choose to receive a receipt in the mail, but you will not receive a monthly statement. You will be added to a missions mailing list. If you do not want to receive other information about Assemblies of God Missions, in the comment box write, "Please do not add to mailing list."
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