Here’s a free, simple and easy way to raise funds for your ministry… share a book that will encourage your audience in their faith and walk with Jesus and receive 75% royalty for each sold book.
The Cause of Christ offers 75% royalty to your church, ministry, organization, Christian school, college, university, and non-profit.
It requires little to no effort on your part… simply share a book with your email list and on your social media, clearly stating that your ministry receives 75% royalty for each sold book.
For example, “Battling Sexual Temptations and Sins: Overcoming through God’s Word and Spirit” is an obvious relevant book (4.9/5 stars on Amazon). Or, “An Unfathomable Gift: God’s Astonishing Grace,” encouraging believers to daily live in the reality of the gospel (also 4.9/5 stars on Amazon). Or what about, “Meeting God at Wits’ End: Hope for the Weary (5/5 stars on Amazon). There are seven additional books.
You can even request your own price and create a greater return (E-books are normally priced at $5.00 and softcovers at $8.99).
In all seriousness…
If a book will encourage your audience in their faith and walk with Jesus and you receive 75% royalty, why not make use of this fundraiser?
You’ll be a blessing to your audience and receive additional funds to do what God has called you to do.
Since you don’t want to share anything that isn’t a genuine blessing to your audience, I offer a free copy of each book for your review (no strings attached).
After your review, if you believe that one (or all) of the books will genuinely encourage your audience in their faith and walk with Jesus, why not request this free, simple, and easy way to raise funds for your ministry?
It doesn’t cost you anything and you’ve nothing to lose!
Every extra penny counts, right?
Click here to request your FREE BOOKS (no strings attached).
Mr. Jan Blonk
Copywriter, Marketer, and Fundraiser
P.S. Keep in mind that you only share a book and not offer it yourself. The buyer purchases the book on Amazon and not through your ministry. That way, the buyer knows that his or her purchase cannot be used as a tax-deductible gift since you don’t offer a product in return for a donation.