Planned Giving

Why Planned Giving?

Your planned gift to End Time Harvest Ministries will help train the next generation of Ghanaian men and women to reach the nations with the Good News of Jesus Christ. What better way to continue impacting the world for Christ even as you’re dancing with joy before His throne!

Frequently Asked Questions

Planned giving is creating a contribution to be allocated at a future date using assets that will have an impact on your tax situation and/or estate plan.

Contact your financial advisor or estate attorney to learn about your options and to have your wishes written and filed according to the laws of your state.

Common options include:

  • Designating ETHM as a full or partial beneficiary of your life insurance, retirement plan, appreciated securities, or real estate.
  • Making a provision in your will of a designated amount or a percentage of your estate’s assets.
  • Setting up a trust that provides an income to ETHM either during or after a set term.

Absolutely! You may designate your gift for an endowment fund, general operating fund, tuition scholarships, or outreach fund, to name a few. Often, donors prefer to keep their gifts unrestricted so they can be used for whatever is most needed at the time.

Large or small, your gift will have an impact of eternal significance. While a large gift may complete a building, just $140 can fund a scholarship that will allow one Flaming Arrow to complete a semester.

Yes! End Time Harvest Ministries is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, which entitles your donation—however it is made—to favorable tax treatment.

Our legal name
End Time Harvest Ministries, Inc.

P.O. Box 153, Duncannon, PA 17020

Federal Tax ID Number

We’d love the opportunity to thank you in advance for including ETHM in your will and/or estate plan. Use the contact form below or send a letter to:

End Time Harvest Ministries, Inc.
P.O. Box 153
Duncannon, PA 17020

Each ETHBC student has a testimony and a unique call of God on their life.

Kingsford, at his Bachelor's graduation in 2009, today is serving full time with Youth with a Mission in Ghana.

“This school was built just for me!” exclaimed Kingsford. “Every day I passed by here on my way to work, and then one day, I saw a building going up! I asked the Lord, ‘Please let it be a Bible college I can attend.’ Look! Here I am!”

Kingsford became part of End Time Harvest Bible College’s first graduating class, thanks in part to a scholarship that helped him finish his second year.

Kingsford’s pastor placed him in charge of a church plant, which grew by leaps and bounds. Impressed, he asked Kingsford to return when the Bachelor’s Program became available. Again, a scholarship helped when his funds ran out, and he graduated with high honors.

Kingsford has a great burden for the lost. He continues to work in church planting and has carried the Gospel to five other nations on extended foreign mission trips.

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