Dana Rongione Ministries is dedicated to one purpose: to draw others closer to Jesus. When you donate to Dana Rongione Ministries, you are spreading the good news of Jesus Christ.
Your support actively supports the following endeavors:
- DanaRongione.com – A source of encouragement and inspiration, making Dana's teachings available for free to millions of people around the world and conveying the message of God’s love.
- Dana's YouTube channel - Offering short video devotionals as well as free 30-minute Bible studies to be used by individuals or church groups.
- Weekday e-mail devotional - Received by hundreds of people around the world. This content spreads virally through individuals and ministry outlets to countless more.
- Dana Rongione Ministries provides resources for a variety of ministry uses and events, including missionaries, prisons, orphanges, retreats and more.
Ways to Donate:
Become a monthly patron. - Through a secure online site, Patreon, you can support Dana Rongione Ministries with a montly donation. Set up how much you wish to donate (beginning as low as $1/month) and how you want to pay, and the support will be administered monthly without you having to do another thing. You can change your donation or cancel at any time.
- Make a one-time donation. - Every dollar that comes in is used to further Dana Rongione Ministries. Your gift, no matter the amount, will help spread the message of Christ throughout the world.
- You may also mail donations to Dana Rongione, 102 Edwards Street, Greenville, SC 29609.
Special Ministry Expenses:
I have been invited to speak at a ladies' retreat in the UK, and I'm working hard to raise $5,000 to cover the cost of travel, food, books, and other expenses. Will you help?
Regular Ministry Expenses:
- Website, domain name, newsletter software, etc.
- Audio/video equipment and software for podcasts and videos
- Office supplies (paper, ink, notebooks, folders, postage, etc.)
- Internet/data (web work, research, publishing platforms, etc.)
- Services (illustrators, cover designers, formatters, etc.)
- Product purchases (Despite what many believe, authors have to purchase their own books, even if they want to give them away.)
- Traveling costs (Speaking engagements, research trips, etc.)