BECOME A PARTNER.
A Partner is someone who has committed to giving monthly to support the Wehmeyers in their involvment with BVSA.
As a missionary family the Wehmeyer’s believe it is of utmost importance to be transparent about the funds we are asking for and the funds in which we spend. We want to live there and be a blessing to those around us. While, at the same time, be able to feed our own family as well. The financial goal set by the Johnsons (President and CEO of BVSA) is to live off of approximately $4,500 a month. Now that sounds like a lot of money however with our campaign, we believe it to be doable and achievable.
We want to communicate first and foremost that it doesn't matter how much you are able to give each month. Whether it's $10 or $100 every dollar counts and allows you to take part in changing lives in Senegal. We want to say, "Thank You" for anything that you are able to give. We also desire to start a 45 x 100 campaign for people who are able to give $100 a month.
The Wehmeyer’s want to start their 45 x 100 campaign. What this means is that they need 45 people to commit to giving $100 a month for their time in Africa. This way, we can split up the load on individuals while still accomplishing Jesus' work. For someone that joins the “45 x 100” club they will receive a free t-shirt after their first-time payment goes through so they can celebrate their partnership with the Wehmeyers to West Africa. to people around them and help raise awareness for the Wehmeyer’s mission in West Africa.
Whenever you give to #lovegoes you have the peace of mind that your financials will be handled with care as the Wehmeyer’s use those funds for the glory of the Kingdom in West Africa!
If you do want to give, you can mail a check to Grace City Church (10729 North Service road Bourbon, MO 65441) with "Wehmeyers" in the memo. Another option is to give online by clicking the button.
All of the funds raised for the Wehmeyers are being managed through Grace City Church and our in-country CFO Tiffany Isgriggs. Tiffany is the leader of the missions board at GCC (Grace City Church) our sending church.
The funds are also overseen by our missionary sending Organization CTEN (Commission to Every Nation). As you give to the mission we also ask that you pray for encouragement and discernment over Tiffany and her family as well.
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WHAT IS CTEN?
is a servant organization which helps missionaries fulfill the unique vision God has given them. CTEN partners with the missionary’s home church to send them to the field. Then, through administrative support CTEN gets funds to the missionary, provides accountability, counsel and helps the missionary remain on the field. Through pastoral care CTEN helps them remain effective and healthy while there.
Missionaries Serving Missionaries
Most of CTEN’s home staff raise their own support just as each CTEN Field Missionary does. This allows CTEN to keep overhead to a bare minimum and the vast majority of each donor’s contribution to reach the intended missionary and project.
A core value of CTEN is caring for God’s most valued resource, His people. A Pastoral Care couple personally stays in touch with each missionary from the time of their application, throughout their time on the field and through re-entry to the home culture if the missionary leaves the field. This pastoral care couple works with the missionary’s sending church to provide counsel, prayer, support and regular onsite visits to the field of service.
How CTEN missionaries are “paid”?
Like most of its support staff, CTEN missionaries are dependent upon the faithfulness of the Lord and His people for their financial support. Friends, family, churches and others who believe in the work of the missionary send their contributions to CTEN. These contributions can be large or small, sent monthly or periodically.
Each missionary is dependent upon your help to fund and continue their ministry.
How does CTEN afford to operate?
CTEN maintains the highest standards of financial accountability and transparency.
Members of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability
Financial statements are audited each year by an independent auditing firm
An approved organization by the Combined Federal Campaign for donations by military and government employees
Awarded the highest rating by Charity Navigators, an independent non-profit watchdog group