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GospelFriendships Financial Update.

We ended 2019 with income exceeding expenses by $890, mainly because of year-end giving and because I didn’t receive $3k of my $26.5k salary because the ministry’s bank balance was so low in the fall, and our Treasurer had to scramble to decide what bills to pay. In years past we had a larger bank balance to cover low-income months. Janet and I have cut back on personal spending, but we’ve never been so happy, content, because of Jesus, and never been as convinced of the need for the ministry of GospelFriendships. If you would like to contribute monthly or annually, or send a one-time gift to boost our bank balance, we will warmly welcome your partnership.

— Dave McCarty, GospelFriendships

110 Johns Rd, Cheltenham PA 19012

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