The Daily Jot

2.24.17

You are critical to our mission

As we see headlines about witches casting spells against our President, George Soros-funded protesters and malcontents trying to bring our country down, fake news, and so on, it becomes increasingly difficult to discern the truth from fiction in the news overload we experience each day. The Daily Jot began 15 years ago to equip and encourage people to evangelize. It’s a different kind of evangelization—one of telling the truth of current events from a biblical perspective. For example, 2016 saw The Daily Jot become a “go to” source for factual and truthful news that readers could use to make informed decisions about the elections. Men and women of faith relied on the Jot to report the truth from a biblical foundation.

Typical of this coverage were dozens of comments from readers such as:

“We foolishly accepted what was told on TV until we accidentally came across your page. You made more sense than anything we were hearing. Plus, you were saying things nobody else was talking about. We had been looking for truth in media with a pure heart, we have found it.”—SR

“Your wisdom in this column helped me convince other Christians to vote Biblical standards.”—RR

The Daily Jot also has been recognized on radio and social media as a major influencer in the election cycle. This could not have happened without your generosity. In Ghana, West Africa, your partnership with The Daily Jot is also impacting hundreds of lives on behalf of Christ. This from our ministry partner, Pastor William Agbeti:

“To us, your support for the poor and needy here is immeasurable, invaluable and very immense. When West Africa was threatened with the Ebola outbreak, your support enabled us to go to remote areas to reach out to poor rural folks with Ebola prevention kits and education.  Thanks to you, we also now have a scalable deep-water filtration system that supplies free water to hundreds of individuals and households. The countless lives this project will save in the name of Jesus may never be quantified and all the true stories never told.

“Our free feeding and clothing programs have become a huge success, putting food on the table of hundreds, creating opportunities for children without hope and various adults to be established in local churches in an atmosphere of love.”

As is written in James 1:25, “But whoso looks into the perfect law of liberty, and continues therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed indeed.” It is a blessing to be able to provide current events from the perspective of God’s word and food, clothing and water to those in need as we continue in the perfect law of liberty.

The Daily Jot is totally reader supported. We do not take a salary or receive any remuneration for this work. Your gifts go directly to assisting us in maintaining this column, the website, outreach, and the Lord's work we do in Ghana, West Africa. One of my least favorite tasks is to remind folks of our need for ongoing funding. But we do need your prayers and financial assistance. If you would be so kind to join us with a tax-exempt donation, you can do so securely online by going to the donate page on this website or you may send a donation in the mail to:

The Daily Jot
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Your generosity makes it possible for thousands around the world to receive water, food, clothing, and the way, the truth and the life through Jesus. May we, as the Apostle Paul so prayed, continue to open our mouths “boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel.”


​​Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!