There are two aspects to being a partner with a missionary family. The first part and most important is prayer. It is very difficult to explain all of the difficulties that a family faces when they serve as missionaries in a third-world country. Most of the things that you would call necessities they do without. They face countless dangers each day. Your prayers are essential to the missionary family for their encouragement and spiritual well-being.
The second most important part of partnering with a missionary family is that of financial support. Most missionaries are prohibited by the terms of their work permit from earning any money locally while in their country of service. That means all their financial needs must be met by some other source. As independent Baptist missionaries, we are not financially supported by a board or the U.S. or Zambian government. Instead our financial needs are met by the financial gifts of like-minded independent Baptist churches and individuals.
When an independent Baptist church or individual chooses to partner with a missionary, their financial gifts helps the missionary feed and educate his family as well as spread the Gospel and disciple the new converts they win.
Financial gifts given can be tax exempt in the United States and Canada. If you would like to give a financial gift to the Schultz family for the ministry in Zambia and you would like an official tax receipt please give through our mission board, BIMI. At this link you will be able to make a donation via PayPal.
You can also send a check to BIMI for the Schultz family. Make the check payable to BIMI and in the memo section write “For 821 A. Schultz Zambia”.
Mail the check to:
P.O. Box 9
Harrison, TN, 37341 U.S.A.
If you would like to give a financial gift to the Schultz family for the ministry in Zambia and you do not need an official tax receipt please mail us a check through our sending church. This is the fastest way to get money to us. The check can be made out to either Central Baptist Church with our name in the memo section, or it can be made out to the Andrew Schultz Family. The address is:Andrew Schultz Family
c/o Central Baptist Church
945 S. Jasper Street
Decatur, IL 62521 U.S.A.