What’s happening?

Hi Everyone,

We hope you are all enjoying the life that God has granted you.  These days are getting more difficult as time passes and we need God’s presence and guidance continually.


Visiting team getting a tour of the base

      It’s been quite awhile since we’ve written and things for us have been quite hectic.  We have had many visiting teams that have come to YWAM Heredia and have participated in the various projects and ministries that have been going on.  This has been an exciting time, but also very difficult since we have lost some of our staff – we have been short handed.  Because of this, we also did not make it back to the US this year as we had planned to do in June, but we are still hoping for an opportunity to do this – (we need our break and time to see our family).

     Our children’s ministry under the leadership of our staff, (Edwin & Leo Piedra), has just exploded.  We now have King’s Club or King’s Kids camps every weekend but one of each month.  On the weekend we don’t have the kids here, we have hosted church retreats for local churches, which they have enjoyed.

In the past year, Donna and Leo have also begun a women’s quilting class, which has been a great way to build relationships and involve the community.  The ladies have made various types of quilted projects, stuffed animals and have even learned to bake pies.  Many of these women are unchurched, so they also have a devotional time to begin each class.  They have been talking about starting a little micro business to sell their crafts which would help them financially as well.  This ministry could use donations towards sewing machines, material, etc if anyone would like to help in this project.

Our base also continues to do Bible distribution.  Our national goal is to put a Bible in every home, which is over 1.3 million homes.  We have taken on the challenge to do this in every home in the Heredia province, which is over 100,000 homes, so if you desire to help in this project you can bring your teams, and/or donate towards purchasing the Bibles.

We continue to host short-term teams throughout the year.  There are many ministry opportunities from street evangelism, feeding the homeless, Bible distribution, and children’s ministries, visiting the orphans or the elderly and service projects of all types.  Please let us know what you would do and we can custom design an outreach for your team.  If you want to apply or need more information, just go to our new website at ywamheredia.com .  On our site you will find a team manual and application.  Our contact info is also there if you just want to write us to get more information.

Besides all this we still have our different missionary training schools such as the DTS that is held in September and January each year.  Every January we also run a School of Environment & Resource Stewardship for those interested in doing community development in a sustainable way without harming the environment.  Many of our graduates from these schools are already working in many parts of the world making a difference.  Next year we want to start the School of Intercession, Worship & Spiritual Warfare, but we will let you know when we are ready to launch it.

Well, on a more personal note – we are still searching for more supporters to help cover where we are lacking, – if there is anyone out there who can help supply our need.  Below is a list to report some of the needs that we have:

  • Our water heater quit working a few months back.  We have a small electrical heater to warm water for showers, but its limited power only heats small amounts of water at a time.  We have not had the funds to replace our water heater yet.
  • Our rent was increased by $75 more a month
  • Donna had to get a new cell phone and monthly charges on it are higher than before also.
  • Our car still needs some repairs to function properly (since it was stolen, – missing parts).
  • Health needs:  We would like to get some health insurance here.  We found an insurance company – it would cost us each about $2500/year to be covered for almost everything.
  • Presently, we both need some dental work done that we haven’t been able to do.
  • Recently Donna has suffered from terrible back pain and hip problems, which has debilitated her quite a bit.  She just went to an orthopedic doctor who wants to do tests on her, which we don’t have the money to pay for.  One test, like a CAT scan to check if she has a herniated disk in her back will cost about $600 here.  The other two tests he wants are X-rays, which are about $40 each.  This is more an urgent need right now than the others since the pain she has keeps her from doing much now.  Depending on the findings, we hope she does not require any corrective surgery.

We are so thankful for each one of you who have shown your love to us by your prayers, your financial support, and sending us teams.  All of this has played a part in reaching many with the gospel and continuing this work we do for His Kingdom!  May you receive your reward from the King of kings and Lord of lords!  May you be richly blessed, lacking nothing!

Your servants in Christ,

Terry & Donna Keith

May 2013 News

Dear Friends,

First of all, we want to thank all of you who have supported us with your prayers, your encouraging emails and your generous gifts.  Without you we would not be able to do the work that God has called us to do.

Since the beginning of the year we have been going non-stop so it has been hard for us to find the time to communicate.  In January we ran another DTS and our 6th EAR’s school with students from the U.S., El Salvador, Mongolia and Costa Rica.  They will be graduating May 31st.  Our next DTS will be in September so if you know of anyone who is looking for a school, please put them in touch with us.

Rescue practice

Rescue practice

As many of you know, we have been in the process of setting up a Disaster Relief Team for the past three years.  This past March we had the privilege of hosting the Rescue Net training which lasted two weeks.  It was very intense and six students completed the course and are ready to continue the next phase of their preparation.  Our goal is to have a team trained and fully equipped, ready to respond to the next natural disaster, wherever that may be.

Prayer time

Prayer time

March was a crazy month for us because not only did we have the Rescue Net training going on, but we also hosted two DTS teams from Wyoming and Belize.  The Wyoming DTS was a cowboy DTS and they helped us run our Rodeo Bible Camp.  The 4-day camp included bull riding, barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying and roping.  Each night we would have dramas and testimonies, and even had times of learning some cowboy line-dancing, which was a lot of fun for everyone.  We are hoping to make this a yearly event so please pray that God will send us the people to coordinate this evangelistic effort.

We continue to do our local ministries as well, such as Kid’s Club, King’s Kids, Drug Rehab, Bible Study and Bible distribution.  Donna and Leo continue to have their women’s club on Tuesdays where they teach quilting and other crafts and build relationships among women and have times of teaching God’s Word as well.

Terry just got back from an outreach in Peru where they worked with the churches that his Dad planted years ago in the jungle, (pictured at top).  They also distributed solar powered radios preprogramed to the Maranatha radio station, the only Christian programing in the Peruvian Amazon.  He even got to visit his hometown where he grew up and reconnect with his old friends there.  Some of their meals included monkey stew and fried pig guts.  Yummy!

In June we are planning to head back to Colorado to see our kids and grandkids.  We are also hoping to go to Wyoming to help the Cowboy DTS with their Rodeo Bible Camp, which starts June 10th.  In order to travel, we need two things.

1) Airfare to Denver  ($1000 for 2 round-trip tickets)

2) A vehicle to drive for 2 weeks

If you can help us with either one of these needs please let us know as soon as possible since we would have to leave by the 6th of June at the latest.

Well, we hope to see some of you when we are in the US, but if we don’t please come and see us in Costa Rica.  May God bless you and keep you.

Yours in Christ,

Terry & Donna


Merry Christmas  to you all of our dear friends and family,

Just yesterday I had to go to the mall to cash a check at the bank there in order to buy groceries for the mission base.  Our last team of the year was going to arrive and we needed to get some supplies so we could feed them for the next two weeks they will be with us.  I was shocked by the amount of cars on the roads and in the parking lots.  Inside the mall and the grocery store there were people everywhere all rushing around to get their last minute shopping done.  As I observed the intensity by which they went about – each on their own quest for that perfect gift or some special delicacy, I wondered how many of them remembered what we are really celebrating – the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ!  For us – this is the most important event in human history and we have committed our lives to see that everyone gets the chance to know Jesus and yet there are still 2.85 billion people in the world that have never heard of him.  How can that be?  What a tragedy!!

This past year has been a whirlwind of activity with schools, teams, Kids Clubs, meetings and travel to many places.  There have been victories and defeats, challenges and releases, but in it all – God has sustained us and given us the strength and grace to continue in what we are doing.  We want to thank all of you for your friendship, prayer and financial support over the years.  We pray that the coming NEW YEAR will be a year of blessing and release for you and your families!  May you have a very Merry Christmas and the happiest of NEW YEARS!

Your missionaries in Christ,

Terry & Donna Keith


Donna teaches quilting techniques to these ladies on Tuesdays at the base. Here they show their talents in the Christmas designs they have been working on.

“Always Needing God’s grace “. . .

“Grace to all of you and peace from God our Father and our Lord Jesus Christ!”  May we all be encouraged in every way to stand in these days of tests and trials!  Hold onto faith!

We are back and feel so much more refreshed after our furlough time.  Thank all of you who prayed for us during our travels, our meetings, and especially for the counseling we had from wonderful friends.  Those moments were so timely and encouraging to us for what lies ahead of us.  We feel a renewed energy for our mission call.

We returned to Costa Rica on the 15th of August, (after our furlough of almost 3 months), and hit the ground running.  On our arrival we found that the only vehicle that was legal and running properly was our personal vehicle, (which is still not fully rebuilt, since it was stolen and stripped).  The base vehicles all need repairs, but there was no money in our base account to fix them.  To date, we have managed to get one running, so we praise the Lord for that blessing.

Three days after arriving home, we married one of our couples.

Terry marries Eze+Crystal

He is a Costa Rican and she is from the US and they had already been married in the US, but they also wanted to have a Costa Rican wedding for their family and friends here.  It was a beautiful wedding and we were privileged to have a part in it.

Terry teaching

The following week we went to San Jose for four days to  participate in    a National Staff Training seminar.  There are presently over 60 YWAM’ers working in 4 different locations in the country.  All of the base leaders shared in the general sessions and workshops on various topics, so it was a great opportunity for the younger staff to learn from our experiences.  Our regional and area leaders also came to share their wisdom and to encourage us.  It was a special treat to hear from Loren Cunningham, (founder of YWAM) and David Hamilton from Hawaii as well through a “live” video conference call.

And finally, we got our first chance to really unpack and get settled back in last week.  In less than two weeks we start our fall Discipleship Training School.  So far we have students who have applied from India, Africa, El Salvador, Costa Rica and the U.S.  Please pray for them as many of them struggle to get their visas and funds in order to come for the training.  (Please consider sponsoring a student if you can – just let us know and we can give you all the details you need to do this).  This week we are doing our DTS staff training on the base and making the final preparations for this school.

Our garden and farm animals on the base continue to prosper.

New kids on base

We have produce from our garden included in our meals and this weekend we had 5 new baby goats born.  They are so cute and such a reminder of God’s creative power.

We are hoping to set up an Aquaponics project in our new greenhouse as soon as we have all the materials to do this.  We are excited about all the things God is doing with us and through us, but we are still burdened and hindered by a lack of finances.  We just found out that a church that has been supporting us, will no longer be giving to us.  This will leave us about $1300 under budget.  This is such a struggle for us and we can barely pay for even the most basic things.  We know God is our source and He constantly shows us miracle after miracle of His provision, but we are still asking for your help as well.  Please pray about being a part of our support team.  Soon we will be releasing our new base website.  When you get the announcement about this, please take a moment to look it over.  We believe you will be surprised at how many things we have going on.  When you partner with us in prayer and giving, you are taking part in all that God is doing here and around the world.  Join us and help us finish this task!   (Matthew 24:14)

Yours for the Kingdom,

Terry & Donna Keith

Be encouraged dear friends …..

“Strengthen the feeble hands, steady the knees that give way; say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, do not fear; your God will come, he will come with vengeance; with divine retribution, he will come to save you!” – Isaiah 35:3,4


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Furlough Trip – Update #3

It is hard to believe but we have already been in the US for 2 months.  This is the longest furlough we have had in 27 years and it has been long overdue.  We have been from Colorado to Alberta, Canada, to Austin, Texas and  Trinidad, Colorado.

Next week on August 15th, we will be headed back to Costa Rica.  It has been a great trip, but we are looking forward to getting home.  Listed here below are some things for you to think about.  We are trying to describe what is involved in taking a furlough.

For a missionary to take a furlough – it is no easy task.  First you must find someone to watch your home, water the plants and feed your animals while you are gone.  Next you need to buy your tickets and make arrangements for someone to take you to the airport in flying out and also pick you up at the airport you arrive at.  Since we don’t have a house, a car or car insurance in the US, God must provide all of these things for us.  Also we need places to stay, money for gasoline, a car to borrow and opportunities to share with people or churches so we can raise money to be able to continue the work God has called us to do.  

Back at home in Costa Rica we still have to pay our rent, utilities, phone, etc so we have to wire money back for this as well.

A good furlough consists in having all of the above in order to be able to visit our kids and grandkids, speak at churches, see some sights – such as national parks, rodeo etc, and some time to just do nothing and get some rest.  This furlough has had all of the above.

We have seen 6 of our 11 grandkids, visited 3 national parks, went canoeing, took hikes and even went to an archery range.  God has given us the opportunity to share in 5 churches and 5 home fellowships and way too much good food.  (I think we have gained several pounds this trip!)  We want to thank everyone for making this time in the US, (and Canada), both fun and productive.

Now we are ready and able to go back and jump back into the work that God has called us to do.  We so appreciate your prayers, letters and financial support!  Please check out our blog periodically for more updates!


Bulldogging event from the Calgary Stampede


Update from Colorado

Update from Colorado

We have been in Denver and Trinidad in the last two weeks since leaving Costa Rica.  Our time in Denver was fruitful and refreshing.  The Lord miraculously provided all that we needed to attend the conference and counseling sessions, thanks to the generosity of Exchanged Life Ministries.  First Christian Church sent someone to pick us up from Denver to Trinidad last Friday.  They are going to loan us the church van for the next 2 weeks for our travels to Amarillo, Texas and Woodward, Oklahoma.  This past week we have spent visiting with our daughter’s family in Trinidad and other friends in the area.  This Thursday we will be having a potluck at the home of Bill & Kristin Thurston where we will be sharing about our work with some of our YWAM family who are still living in the area. 

Tomorrow we will be heading to Amarillo where we hope to meet with some of our friends and supporters from that area.  We are still looking for a truck and a 4-horse trailer, so if you know anyone who might have one and could possibly donate this for a tax-deduction, let us know.

Monday we will be driving to Oklahoma where our son’s family lives and to visit our newest grandson.  We will be there until Thursday when we head back to Trinidad to drop off the church van.  At this point we need to get another vehicle to continue our trip to Wyoming, Montana and Alberta Canada.  We did find a 1998 Dodge 15-passenger van at a dealer in Trinidad.  They are asking  $4900 for it, but we have asked them to consider donating it for a tax-deduction.  We haven’t heard from them yet, so please pray with us about this possibility.  It would fit our needs for transportation while we are here and would be great asset for the YWAM base since our old van is on it’s last leg.  We have included a picture of it here for you to see.


Our plans to go to Kona, Hawaii for the sustainable agriculture seminar have been postponed until August, so we have to make some adjustments in our plans for July.  At this point we are planning to leave for Wyoming on June 30th and then work our way north to Alberta.  All of this of course is contingent on having a vehicle to do this with, so that is our main concern right now.

We appreciate all the prayers, support, hospitality and great food that we have been getting over the past two weeks.  It has really made us feel cared for and loved and we pray that God will bless you all for it.

Stay tuned for next update! 


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Terry & Donna Keith –  #3010

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U.S. Furlough

We are in the United States right now, presently in Denver Colorado.  We left Costa Rica on the 7th, had our flight cancelled in Houston where we spent a relaxed night at the airlines expense in the Hyatt.  We needed that rest!!  We finally arrived in Denver on the 8th and just in time for a conference with Exchanged Life & Grace Ministries.  Since then we have been in some counseling sessions to help us with some “burn-out” symptoms from the stresses we’ve been under for several years.  This has been very timely, encouraging and refreshing for us!

Besides our need to find some rest & encouragement, our goal is to raise our support, as this has been a huge stress factor for us to live with a fraction of what we need.  We can’t continue to operate with our present income, since we can’t even meet our basic living expenses.  In order to travel and visit churches and supporters we will need reliable transportation for the next two months, along with donations for our daily expenses.  If you or anyone you know has a car they can loan us that would be a real answer to prayer, along with any financial gifts.

On another note we have been asked to come to Kona Hawaii to help staff the school of Sustainable agriculture for the first two weeks of July.  They will cover our food and housing but we have to come up with our airfare.  We have close friends and one of my cousins living in Kona so it would be a great chance to see them.  If you would like to help us with this trip please let us know as soon as possible since we only have about two weeks before we would have to leave.  We need appox $1500 for the trip, which would cover airfare for both of us.

After our trip to Kona we will be travelling north to Wyoming to visit the new director of CWAM and to visit one of our supporting churches in Meeteetse.  Then we will head to Montana and on to Alberta to visit  freinds and one of the churches that has supported us and the base for many years.  All in all it is a lot of traveling but we are looking forward to seeing many of you.  If you want to contact us while we are in the US our new phone number is 806-349-3288.  Please give us a call, we would love to talk to you.  We covet your prayers during our travels and time in the U.S.

Blessings to all,

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May – News

On May 13th we drove to Nicaragua for our Regional Conference in our Heredia base van.  Thirteen of our leaders from Panama and Costa Rica rode with us for the hot 11 hour trip.  Two hours of that time was spent in the chaotic atmosphere of a Central American border crossing with other travelers, vendors, beggars and plenty of people willing to help you, (for a few bucks of course).

The first 3 days of the conference were for the leaders of the different base locations to get together for fellowship, training and encouragement.  About mid week, the staff and students arrived until we had about 250 people there.  It was great to reconnect, worship and pray together.  Several international leaders also came to share with us some challenging messages.  It was a long week but we came home encouraged and inspired with new vision for the future.  One of the highlights for us was to do some Bible distribution on some of the streets of Diriamba, Nicaragua, where many people were touched by the Lord, prayed with and came to know Jesus personally, as they accepted God’s Word into their homes.


Most of you remember our sharing that our personal vehicle was stolen 3 years ago but within a week the police had found it completely stripped to just a shell.  Well, in the past three years since that, through the help of many friends – – we have slowly been rebuilding it – – replacing all the engine and transmission parts, tires, doors, hood, seats, etc.  We still lack the fenders, fog lights, hitch, and luggage rack, but even without those things, we are happy to report that two weeks ago the vehicle finally passed inspection and is legal to drive again.  At least we are able to use it and get around more.  We want to thank all of you who helped to make this happen!  Thank you for your generous gifts toward this need!

About two weeks ago our first summer team arrived from South Dakota, so we were busy every day with them.  They worked in a local church and some public schools where they did drama, puppets and clowns.  In their spare time they were helping us with some building and maintenance at the base.  We were especially thankful for all the help they gave towards building our new greenhouse.   We have teams coming through June until mid July, so it will be a busy time.  If your church would be interested in coming down to join us for a summer outreach, we still have room from mid July to mid August.  All the information and a team application is available on our website.  ywamheredia.com

The Missionary’s Dilemma

I woke up this morning struggling with my thoughts, (what my husband and I call – our “stinkin’- thinkin’).  How can we do the work we’re called to do, without having our monthly needs met?  Here again, this problem looms the greatest in our minds.  I was really questioning the Lord – what is going on these days?  And then I thought about how we recently met a pastor – ( a friend of our friends here in Costa Rica), – who introduced us to him as missionaries.  He then asked us some very pointed questions . . “Please tell me, as a missionary, what is your greatest frustration?”  I answered quickly – “our lack of support – we struggle constantly trying to find committed supporters“.  Then he said, “And when you visit the states, what do you see?”  Without even pausing, I said, “I see people living with excess – with televisions in every room, with “boy-toys” stuffing garages – – I see people hoarding for themselves, but also many who criticize us for having to ask for help”.  This man then told me about a “mega-church” he had attended where the pastor has his own jet to get around the country in.  Then he said, this pastor was telling someone that his wife had to arrange to get somewhere, and someone asked this pastor, “so are you sending your jet to go get her?”  And this pastor answered, “No, she has a jet of her own.”  This to me is unheard of.  What is going on with the churches of today?  Who are these people that they have to have jets for themselves, (more than one, mind you)?  Or how many houses does a person need, or cars for that matter?  There are people questioning our presidents and politicians for the very same thing – “why are they spending so much when our country is suffering financially?”  When is enough, enough?  God is going to hold Christians accountable for this lavish spending on themselves.  God has blessed Christian people to BE A BLESSING TO OTHERS!  Do you see God blessing someone?  If so, does it end in their hands, closed fists hanging on to all that they can accumulate in this world?  Are these people needing to build a bigger garage to house their various automobiles, motorcycles, boats, travel trailers, – and God knows what else?  What are they giving to missions, anything?  Can I venture to say? –  I’ll bet those with all these things don’t even give a tenth of what they make.  We’ve seen that those who seem to have so little, are the greatest givers – why does Jesus say?:  “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.” – Mark 10:25

We have another friend who tells people who have wealth that they should begin to convert their assets from earthly treasures into heavenly treasures.  After all, no matter who they think they are, or how much they have accumulated, not one of us can take anything with us when we’re gone. Yes, they may be able to pass some of their wealth to their children, but what about the excess?  What about all the duplicate items in a large empty house?  Many times the things left behind by parents to their children are for the most part – not valued the same way.  What item really has true value?

I find that the greatest item we can have is our relationships!  That is something we can take with us, because it’s what we hold in our hearts.  We may not be near those who we love, but it doesn’t change how we feel about them.  We still love them.  This is especially true with our relationship with God.  This is the greatest thing we can possess!  This is what we must hold on with all our strength, our hearts our minds!


Please read some of the following scriptures and study done below concerning our tithing.

There are four things Christians must do in giving: they must give willingly from the heart, they must not give grudgingly; they must not give of compulsion; they must give cheerfully  (2 Cor 8:129:5, 7).  Christians who give what they can to those in need will find that the grace of God furnishes a sufficiency for their own needs, and even more, in order that they may abound in good works for others  (Psa 41:1-2Prov. 11:24-2519:1722:9;  Eccl. 11:1;  Luke 6:38;  2 Cor 9:68-15). 

At the heart of all Christian giving is the acknowledgement that God is the creator, the owner, and the giver of all things, and what we give back to God is only a part of what He has given to us in the first place (Gen 1:1Exod 19:5;  Deut. 8:7-20;  1 Chron 29:10-16Psa 24:150:10-12Hag 2:8; John  1:1-3James 1:172 Pet 1:3).  Everything Christians have belongs to the Lord.  No one has anything that they had not first received from God.

Scriptures are very clear on the subject of giving – only those who sow into the Kingdom will reap the Kingdom benefits (Gal 6:6-10). Paul is defining God’s law of sowing and reaping here.  It applies to every aspect of the Christian walk:  Christians giving of themselves, their finances and their time to others; their financial support of the ministry, their moral behavior, and their Christian service.  Gal 6:9-10 teaches that whenever Christians keep doing good, in spite of the opposition they may encounter, in due course they will reap the fruit of the harvest.  And notwithstanding that they are to do good unto all men, they are to be particularly concerned with the well – being of other Christians  (Mt 25:31-46).  All Christian giving has to be as to God, the Christians’ source, for whatever Christians do they are doing it as unto Jesus.  Jesus equates Christians’ treatment of those in need with their treatment of Himself:  what Christians do for them, they do for Him.  The Christian walk is not only a spiritual walk, it must also serve the material needs of others, especially other Christians  (James 2:13-17).

Here Christians are presented with the real test of their faith. Christians are not justified by works, but because they are justified by faith, they do the works.  This proves their consecration to God’s service and confirms their love for God and for each other (1 John 3:16-19).  The only faith that saves is that demonstrated by works out of Christians’ love for God.  This scripture is the exact counterpart of John 3:16: “Whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life”. 1 John 3:16-19  is the acid test of Christianity by which Christians know whether they are following the example of God’s love to others.  If Christians are not willing to give of material things to others in need, they certainly would not lay down their lives for them.  It is not enough that wealth and material possessions are acquired for self-gratification.  They must always be made available for the work of God  (Matt 6:19-24; Luke 12:13-21; 2 Cor 9:5-6).  Although God’s law of sowing and reaping dictates that blessings will always be returned for generosity, Christians must never give in order to receive.  Giving must always be motivated by love.

 Partial Studies by Br Val Boyle

Our thanks ..

We want to thank those of you who responded to my recent “desperate” email sharing our needs. We have been without full support for more than a year now and it has been stressful to say the least. The money that came in from many of you helped to catch us up on all our late bills from previous months and pay for other necessities. You were definitely a part of God’s hand in answering our prayers.

We still need to know if some of you would make monthly commitments to give on a regular basis, and what that would look like. We aren’t looking for large amounts here, but various individuals who can commit to give smaller donations on a monthly basis over a couple of years. We cannot continue without knowing what our budget would be. Please contact us by email, in a private message to let us know if you would be part of our support team!

Again, thanks so much for your gifts!

terrylkeith@gmail.com or donnajkeith@gmail.com

2 Corinthians 9:11-12 – “You will be made rich in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God. This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of God’s people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God!”