Dear Partners in the Harvest and Friends,
We rejoice and praise the Lord for all that He has done and all that He is doing to see millions of souls receive Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior! Our donors and partners are so faithful to stand with us in this harvest, and we want you to know how seriously we take our accountability to God to be faithful stewards of the Gospel and our finances. As the Apostle Paul said in 2 Corinthians 8:21: "For we are taking pains to do what is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord but also in the eyes of men." We want to be transparent in all we do to the glory of God the Father, and we want to honor your confidence and trust in this ministry.
For this reason, we strive to go above and beyond government guidelines for accountability and governance. Our Board of Directors consists of nine individuals that are passionate about seeing the Gospel proclaimed and accordingly understand their governance responsibilities to oversee this work. The Compensation Committee is responsible for determining compensation for our ministers. We have voluntarily engaged an independent public accounting firm to annually audit our financial statements and have received unqualified clean opinions without exception. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure and enforce our compliance the propriety of our members and officers’ interests. Finally, we make our IRS Form 990 and audited financial statements available for review in our effort to be transparent in our operations.
We appreciate partnering with you in proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and please know that we understand our need to be accountable to our Lord in the area of finances. Thank you so much for standing shoulder to shoulder with us in this historic harvest of souls; both prayerfully and financially.
Yours for a lost world to be saved,
Evangelist Daniel Kolenda
1Christ for All Nations expensed over 75% of total expenditures during 2014 for program services directly related to reaching people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and equipping God’s people to reach others.
2Christ for All Nations voluntarily engages an independent public accounting firm to perform an annual audit. Financial statements are presented in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
3Christ for All Nations desires to be transparent in its operations by posting the most recent IRS Form 990 to our website and making available our governing documents and audited financial statements at your request while also providing reports of program accomplishments on our website.
4Christ for All Nations requires all Board of Directors members and employees to abide by a conflict of interest policy that encourages high standards of ethics and integrity.
5Christ for All Nations Board of Directors Compensation Committee annually assesses the reasonableness of executive compensation.
6Christ for All Nations strives to ensure that all fundraising clearly displays the purpose of the funds to be raised and ensure that all contributions received are used for those designated purposes.
7Christ for All Nations protects the privacy of our donors by not releasing our mailing lists.