From global missions and investing in students in our school, to summer camp and ministry on the west side of Charleston through the Maker’s Center, our giving impacts people. Everything you see on the weekend—whether in person or online—is supported by people who love Jesus and are willing to sacrifice to make it possible.

Would you pray about what God would have you give to the Christmas offering this year?


Each year, 24% of our budgeted giving comes in the month of December. Even if we tried to budget otherwise, that has historically been our reality due to the benefits of year-end giving and the inspiration that each Christmas season brings. It’s a hallmark of West Virginia culture.

2023 contributions must be received or postmarked by December 31. If you have questions about other tax-free giving opportunities, contact Romie Mundy (304-346-0431).




Received as of December 30

Fund the Ministry
  • Broadcasting our services online, reaching thousands weekly.
  • Baptizing and discipling men, women, and children
  • Serving families affected by special needs.
  • Partnering with local organizations like Union Mission and Mountain Mission, as well as global missionaries.
  • Teaching the Bible to hundreds of children and students weekly.
  • Caring for our staff, their spouses, and their children who have tirelessly served us throughout the year.
  • Covering all our operational expenses, including our mortgage.
  • Inviting thousands to our campus for special events
  • Serving our widows and others in need
  • Equipping our neighbors (through The Maker’s Center) with programs for employment

Resource Objective 3

Within the framework of Vision 23/24 (God’s Timeless Word), we are diligently working toward this year’s four objectives, one of which focuses on meeting practical tangible needs both here and abroad.

We will launch a $250,000 financial project that will contribute to both the proclamation and provision of the Word, both here and around the world. In order for the proclamation of the gospel to continue, we need to replace the speaker systems at both our Southridge and Oakhurst campuses. In addition to this, we will contribute to translating the Bible into the Simba language through the ongoing efforts of Bible Center missionaries to Bolivia, Jack and Suzie Russell. These efforts will provide the books of Psalms and Proverbs to a people group that presently does not have the full Bible in their own language.

What is Objective 3?

Sound System Replacements

A Practical Need with Immeasurable Impact

The sound systems at both campuses urgently require replacement. Bible Center School’s system, which was installed 23 years ago, no longer meets our current needs. Originally designed for chapel and speaking events, it is now utilized daily for a wide range of activities such as chapel, performing arts, concerts, graduations, youth group meetings, and various external events. Unfortunately, it has reached the end of its operational lifespan.

The church’s sound system, installed in 2008, has been patched up with temporary fixes for an extended period. It is consistently operating at maximum capacity each week and has undergone multiple repairs and rebuilds in an effort to extend its life. However, some areas within the auditorium are inadequately covered by the current speakers, significantly affecting the audio experience for both in-person and online audiences. Additionally, essential replacement parts for this system are no longer available.

The Bible in Bolivia

Nearly 7,500 people groups are still considered unreached—that’s over 40% of the world’s population. Imagine not having the Bible in your language, yet wanting so badly to know God and grow in your relationship with Him.

As part of Objective 3, we’re excited to partner with Jack and Suzie Russell, our GO Partners in Bolivia, who have labored for over 30 years to bring the gospel to the Simba people—deep in the foothills of the Andes in Bolivia.

With a completed New Testament and only portions of the Old Testament translated so far, the Simba people are longing for the Psalms and Proverbs. Now, we have the opportunity to help bring the Psalms and Proverbs to life for people who desperately want to know God more and bring others to Him.

As the Russells develop spiritual vocabulary where none exists, the Simba people will be able to share the truths of God’s Word and express their inner most thoughts, feelings, joys, and struggles.

The work is hard and long. Yet, Simba partners have expressed how meaningful the passages are to them. One claimed,
“I didn’t know that our language could be so beautiful.”

What will the Lord have you give in the Christmas Offering?

How Can I Give?

Our App
Our app. The Bible Center App is the easiest and best place to give.

Giving onlineSign in or create a profile to choose a one-time gift, schedule a recurring gift, view your giving history, and more.

At Church

An opportunity to respond through giving is available each Sunday. Additionally, you may place your gift in a secure “Response Box” placed in the back of the Auditorium or in the lobby.

Make checks payable to Bible Center Church and mail to: 100 Bible Center Drive Charleston, WV 25309


If you have more questions, please call or email Romie Mundy at (304) 346-0431. He’ll be glad to help!


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