Donations to RHMA can be mailed to:
Morton, IL 61550
You can also call RHMA toll free (866-263-2350) and give over the phone by means of a credit card.
Or click here to give online with a credit card.
Two other options available are:
Electronic Giving – When you participate in this, your gift will be automatically transferred to RHMA from your specified bank account on or about the same day each month. To enroll in this plan, send an email stating your intentions. You will receive a return email with information and instructions on setting up the account.
On-Line Giving – When you participate in this, you determine whether your gift comes from your bank account or credit card, and the frequency of that giving. To enroll in this plan or to access your account, click here.
[Note to those who have given online previous to March 2018: This link will take you to a new giving platform. Old accounts no longer work. You will need to click on “First Time – User Registration” and set up a new account, unless you use “Quick Give” where no account is needed.]
Rural Ministry General Fund
The general operating expenses of RHMA
are covered through the donations of interested friends.
RHMA is a “faith mission” and as such our missionaries are responsible to raise their own support.
Be sure to designate who it is for. If you have no preference we will apply it to a missionary with a particular need.
The Longenecker Fund is named after the late Dr. Harold Longenecker, one-time RHMA Director, Minister at Large, and Director Emeritus. Harold had long been intentional about his personal lifelong growth and passionate about the growth of others, especially Christian leaders.
The purpose of the Longenecker Fund is to help facilitate the spiritual and professional growth of RHMA missionaries and their children. This is done through grant disbursements for such things as: further education, seminars, conferences, retreats, and sabbaticals.
The Rediger Fund is named after C.J. Rediger, founder of RHMA.
The purpose of the Rediger Fund is to give financial assistance to new RHMA churches with start-up needs, and existing RHMA churches with building and remodeling programs. Funds can also be used to aid RHMA churches in other areas of need as monies become available.
I saw the great spiritual needs in the small towns of this land. And there developed a weakness of mine—an inability to forget the faces of the children. These dear ones didn’t need another week-long Bible school. They didn’t need another revival meeting. They needed a rock-solid church, with a full church program. They needed something for the long haul. That’s the vision God burned into my heart—to plant a church in every community in need of a solid church. C. J. Rediger — Founder, RHMA
RHMA is a public charity exempt from federal income tax as an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions to the Organization are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. If a gift is preferenced for a specific program, our policy is to honor the request of the donor or return the gift. A copy of RHMA’s Form 990 financial report and a full description of the organization’s charitable purposes and activities may be obtained by contacting RHMA at PO Box 300, Morton, IL 61550.
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