Planned Giving

The Alliance continues to produce strong tools to encourage and instruct and serve the Church through broadcasting, publishing, and events because of faithful supporters that share our vision for a Reformed awakening in today's Church. Members like you are the cornerstone of the ministry, providing the faithful financial support necessary to keep teaching solid biblical truths.

Including the Alliance in your estate plan makes a significant contribution and allows the Alliance to better plan and prepare for the future. Call 215-546-3696 to speak with Bob Brady about this impactful partnership opportunity or download or request our free booklet Leaving a Legacy.

Ten Principles of Christian Giving by Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III
Very often, people ask or wonder, “What are the basic Biblical principles for Christian giving?” As we seek God’s answer to that question and as we contemplate our own giving to the Lord’s Church in response to the clear teaching of His Word, it is wise and helpful to review those principles.

Planning the Estate of a Christian: A Last Will and Testament has long been a most favored way for Christians to distribute those assets which God has entrusted to them. If you would like to support the Alliance through your will, please consider using the following language: “I give and devise to the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals (Federal Tax ID#: 23-1352120), located in Lancaster, PA, all (or state a percentage) of the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to be used for its general support (or state a specific fund or program).”

Charitable Gift Annuities: The gift that pays you income for life -- guaranteed!

To find out more about how to fulfill your goals for leaving a spiritual legacy, download or request our free Leaving a Legacy booklet.