I am a Christian looking to raise funds for a ministry I am engaged with. I am aware of Christian crowdfunding platforms but I cannot find any that proves to be evangelical in their assertions. And am therefore concern that I might be funded compromised funds. I am also aware of many online Christian foundations and grants offers but the same concern exist - its not easy to tell their exact sources for the funds offered. I could ask before applying but is there no better route.

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We also find the idea of evangelical Christian crowdfunding to be a hopeful online resource for ministerial funds raising. And when we could not find one that was worthy amongst existing crowdfunding platforms touted as Christian based, we went on to undertake  the Alms Platform under the likeChrist Ministries umbrella. As for Christian foundations and grants, we mean to undertake a formal review that should try cover several aspects (including funds sources) to hopefully help saints to best tell which is worthy or God-honorable and which are not. 

The one aspect to be kept on mind when contemplating raising ministry funds is grace. Ministry needs grace to materialize and grace to be kept running efficiently (else it should soon die out - though continueing to operate). Unsuccessful raising of ministry funds may indicate insufficiency of grace for the purposed ministry at large. Hence there is a great need to founder a ministry on prayer and of course continue with it in prayer. Its not enought to identify a need and be fully convinced that it is God's will that such need should be catered for by saints. So fundsraising channels are just part of the whole journey of raising ministry funds.

P.S: You may find brief reviews for several pupular venture capital providers here should you consider a for-profit Christian oriented business or ministry.

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