Tom Gilson

Help Advance a Growing Apologetics Moment!

A Thinking Christian reader emailed me and asked, “now that you’re working with Ratio Christi, Tom, when are you going to write about how people can support your ministry?”

I answered (naturally) “Glad you asked!”

It’s a timely question—especially now, after yesterday’s disturbing Supreme Court decisions. It’s time to work together, to help advance the growing apologetics movement.

I’ve asked here before, Have you benefited from Thinking Christian? If so, you could help others by supporting my overall work, which includes this blog.

But it’s becoming much bigger than that.

After 34 years with Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ), I’ve accepted a position as national field director with Ratio Christi, the explosively growing new apologetics ministry, now on over 100 campuses barely two years after being incorporated as a non-profit.

This is a movement blossoming before our eyes.

The reason it’s happening is clear. You know that there’s never been a more important time for thousands upon thousands of believers to become equipped in solid, well-informed Christian thinking. There’s no more crucial strategic center to work in than the university campus. As a reader here, you know that. You care about it.

I’m about to take up national leadership in this college campus-focused apologetics movement. I could use your partnership. Would you come alongside?

There are readers here who could invest $100, $250, even $500 a month in the leadership of this campus movement. Are you one of those? Others could give $10 to $50 a month. Some would prefer just to give annually or as a special gift. That would be most welcome, too.

Please pray about stepping up in financial partnership with me and Ratio Christi. There’s information for you on how to do that, just posted on my newly revised partnership page.

Thank you. Please contact me if you have any questions.


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