Let’s Make Hope Known Together!
“In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ.”—1 Peter 1:3
This year’s Giving Day theme is Make Hope Known. Moody students receive unparalleled biblical and ministry training that prepares them to bring the hope of the gospel to our world. That’s why our students come to Moody—they are passionate about making the hope found in Christ known wherever God calls them to serve!
Are you committed to spreading the hope of Jesus wherever you can? We need you to help Make Hope Known in April by sharing on social media. Your support makes an eternal difference. Think about it: Together we are raising up future ministry leaders who will tell others about the living hope that only Christ provides!
Join us as we Make Hope Known on Giving Day 2022!
Getting involved is simple. Select your favorite image below, then share that image on your social media channels.
Let everyone know you are Making Hope Known!
Share why you support our biblically grounded education at Moody Bible Institute. Don’t know how to get started? Read these students’ stories to serve as inspiration for your social media posts:
“God has called me to Moody to be equipped to do missions work in Eastern Europe (Ukraine). He has revealed that teaching is my gifting and therefore I would like to teach the Bible. My parents started a Bible school in Poland and growing up I saw the fruits of their labor, and it has inspired me to do the same.”
"I am an international student from Ecuador, and God opened incredible doors for me to study at Moody. He provided the money; my visa was a miracle and every little detail. When I graduate from Moody, I want to be a missionary and serve the Lord with children, specifically orphans. I want to show them the love of God.”
“God called me to Moody to prepare me for the mission field in the Middle East. Moody's Bible classes gave me a foundation for reaching out to Muslims with the gospel. The lessons of humility I learned while at Moody helped enable me to work with Bedouin shepherds in the black desert—lending a hand taking care of their flocks.”
P.S. Don’t forget to include #MBIGivingDay2022 to join the conversation.