There are primarily 4 ways you can contribute to our ministry:
1) Pray for us! We need all the help we can get! Keeping us and all the folks we serve in your prayers is one of the best ways you can help us serve the Kingdom!
2) Share our ministry with others. If you know of someone that could benefit from our services and resources, send them our way! Have them contact us through our website, because we would love to assist them!
3) Financial support. We are a full-time ministry that charges nothing for any of the services or resources that we provide. We are fully supported through our service to the Father. A portion of that comes from people that want to support the work we do. If you have benefited directly from our ministry or maybe have seen how someone else benefited and would like to partner with us, we ask that you pray for guidance and act as the Father directs you.
The link below is for both one-time gifts and recurring monthly gifts (just click that option).
Please remember our Father can utilize any size gift.
4) Submit a donation in exchange for a craft from our Donation Shop.
If you prefer to send check/money order,
please make them out to Shane Jones
Fruits of Torah
Attn: Shane Jones
1415 MLK Jr. Pkwy.
Des Moines, IA 50314
Stewardship: We live a very simple life because we feel that is what the Father instructs in his word. We want to get the most out of what the Father blesses us with! We drive older cars, that we pay cash for, and we take very good care of them. We don’t carry debts on vehicles, houses etc.., because it hinders the service we can provide to others. Whatever we receive we maximize for the betterment of The Kingdom! This is the life we have been called to and it is our joy to serve!
We are not, nor will we ever be, a 501c3 ministry. It is unnecessary for a “religious” organization to have to apply and put themselves under this yoke, so we have chosen not to. If you would like to claim your donations, feel free to print your receipts and do so. Here is Fruits of Torah’s declaration
as a free “religious” organization.
(Note: None of the above is legal advice. Please see a trusted legal/tax advisor before making such decisions)