All Loose Offerings Will Go Toward

Dear Readers,

We're in the midst of our 2016 Giving Tuesday fundraising effort. It's the part of the program in which the ushers pass around the offering plates with an invitation to give generously. The offerings we collect today will go toward sustaining Spectrum's independent Adventist journalism at this critical juncture in the Adventist Church's history.

In 2016, both in print and online, Spectrum's staff has worked hard to produce some of the finest reporting in Adventism, bringing you, our readers, timely, incisive reporting and analysis that simply can't be found anywhere else. From South Africa to Silver Spring, from Argentina to Australia, we have provided real news in real time.

I want to share my personal thanks to the thousands of financial supporters who sustain Spectrum. We truly couldn't do our work without you.

I would like to personally invite you, whether you're a long-time supporter or someone who has read Spectrum articles but never contributed before, to consider a tax-deductible gift today to help us meet our fundraising goal. We depend upon and are grateful for your generosity.

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On behalf of the whole Spectrum Web Team, thank you!

Jared Wright Managing Editor SpectrumMagazine.org


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://spectrummagazine.org/node/7783

Thank you Jared and team for your dedication to a challenging and noble cause!

I pray that SPECTRUM will continue to have positive encouraging effects, particularly for young intellectuals who might otherwise not feel a sense of belonging with integrity to a faith community.

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