Your gift to support EPM and other ministries
Donations to support EPM
The regular donations of our supporters are what allow our ministry to operate. They also allow the Alcorns to continue giving away 100% of the book royalties: 90% to other worthy Christian organizations and 10% to EPM (to help offset the costs related to the riting/researching/editing of Randy’s books, as well as to facilitate the giving away of our books to people all over the world.)
We also deeply appreciate prayer for EPM and believe that financial supporters will also pray for us. Will you or your church consider partnering with us? Together, by God’s grace, we can make an eternal difference.
Donations to Special Funds
EPM has created several special funds you are welcome to support. We offer the option of giving through EPM, and our ministry will go about making the choice of where to send the funds by selecting worthy ministries in each particular area. EPM gives 100% of what is designated to special funds; nothing is withheld.
You can select the following funds on our donation page:
Books for Prisoners Fund - Sending Randy's books to prisoners and chapel libraries.
Family Fund - Promoting the family's cause and helping specific needy families through established reputable organizations.
Disabilities Fund - Assisting those who are disabled.
Legal Defense Fund - Assisting those in legal difficulty because they are upholding biblical principles.
Missions Fund - Evangelizing and discipling the world's unreached.
Pro-Life Fund - Intervening, with truth and compassion, for unborn babies and their mothers.
Racial Reconciliation Fund - Fostering interracial understanding, partnership, and reconciliation in the Body of Christ.
Relief Fund - Helping in Christ's name the world's unfed, unclothed, unsheltered, and genuinely poor.
Salt and Light Fund - Promoting truth, moral sanity, justice, and compassion in a post-Christian society.
Suffering Church Fund - Aiding Christians around the world who live in spiritually hostile environments and who are suffering for their faith.