I’m a small business owner and when this all started, it was like a huge steel door just slammed shut on my work. As I was paying bills almost 3 months later, I pondered my monthly contribution to KSBJ–did I have to with no income? It was not compulsory, I didn’t HAVE to. But as I thought about it all, it dawned on me that it WAS more important to me than water, electricity or rent … it was sacrificial giving. And I was right then reminded that sacrificial giving always results in a deeper and more mature faith.

– Lisa

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