About 222 Foundation

 

The 222 Foundation Is A 501(C)3 Public Charity That Was Founded To Invest In The Future Christian Ministry Leaders Of The World. In Addition To Financial Assistance, Our Goal Is To Invest In Each Of Our Student Partners In Three Areas: Personal Growth, Spiritual Growth, And Ministry Development.

 

Personal Growth

We mentor student partners as they grow in their roles within their family and ministry and provide them with financial support to alleviate the burden of financial debt coming out of theological education.

 

Spiritual Growth

We provide periodic encouragement through the calendar year by assigning Primary Mentors and prayer partners to students to encourage their growth in personal spiritual development (Bible study, reading and prayer life), evangelism, equipping others and growth in the Fruits of the Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23).

 

Ministry Development

Through each student’s Primary Mentor, we desire to give each student partner skills and wisdom to help them succeed in specific areas of their vocational calling.  Additionally, 222 has a team of Subject Matter Experts that are pulled into the mentoring process to cover certain topical areas that arise through mentoring. Some examples of these topics are personal finance, leadership, working with a ministry team, resolving conflict, and church planting.

 

Why Is The 222 Foundation Needed?

  • There is an increasing disparity between pastoral salaries and the cost of a seminary degree which often leads to long-term financial challenges and debt.
  • A seminary degree may not fully equip students for some of the common challenges of ministry leadership.
  • Relieving the financial strain of a theological education can enable Christian leaders to serve in their mission field more effectively. (Matthew 28:19-20)
  • Many students lose the joy of the Lord (Nehemiah 8:10) during seminary…training for ministry is reduced to academic achievement.

 

What We Do

  • We provide significant financial assistance to alleviate financial strain and long-term debt.
  • We provide each student a volunteer Primary Mentor who will work over the period of partnership with a student to invest in their spiritual, emotional and ministry development.
  • We help fill in the gaps between a seminary education and the real-life challenges of full-time ministry.
  • We provide volunteer Subject Matter Experts that will support students during their season of partnership.  Primary Mentors will work with Subject Matter Experts to give students practical ministry development skills in areas such as personal finance, leadership, working with a ministry team, resolving conflict, and church planting.
 
 
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