A Prayer Request from the 


     Executive Director


The   Ministry is supporting evangelical ministries in the Middle East who are making a difference for CHRIST!

Please voice this month of May prayer to our



  • Pray for the TIME-CEF (Child Evangelism Fellowship) week of Mission Evangelism, July 8-16, 2016.


  • Pray for a God-blessed fruitful ministry in the Galilee area.


  • Pray for the camps with 7th through 9th graders, July 12-14, 2016.


  • Pray for the Evangelistic Rallies to be held in three Galilee Churches.


  • Pray for the Training date of May 6-7, and June 10-11 and for the 9 members of the TIME Israel Mission Team.


  • Pray for the needed funds for the forthcoming TIME-CEF Mission Evangelism. Your help  is needed.


  • Please take a moment to go to the TIME Ministry web site: and pray for the partnerships with 4 evangelical ministries in ISRAEL. Thank you!

Thank you for your prayers. Prayer moves the Heart of God … faith it! 

Souls for Jesus,

            Dr. Dick Thomassian


  • Children imitating teaching each other as we taught them.
  • Randa (in blue), our CEF worker in the villages, telling the story.
  • 2 girls who attend the Good News Club at the CEF Center in Nazareth, presenting a little dance they created with one of the songs they learned.
  • Puppets Sami & Lulu telling their story...
  • Children receiving a prize after saying their memory verses
  • Yonan, my son, teaching a missionary story
  • One girl dressing up as an Indian to encourage giving to India as part of our missionary bank
  • Yousef teaching a memory verse in one of the churche's children's club
  • Young counselors (local Arab teenage believers) leading one of the songs
  • Yousef, CEF worker, demonstrating counseling a child to salvation
  • Yousef explaining Mialbox (Bible correspondance lessons) to new group of counselors
  • Certificates given to children who finished Mailbox Club series



The New Focus of 



A Great Commission Ministry



Evangelical Middle East Ministries



Bro Dick at Jacob's Well in Samaria

(John 4:5-15)



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                    Biblical Principals for Stewardship

                                   for Fundraising

  1. God, the creator (Gen. 1) and sustainer of all things (Col.1:17) and the One “who works within us to accomplish far more than we can ask or imagine” (Eph.3:20), is a God of infinite abundance (Ps. 50:10-11) and grace (2 Cor. 9:8).
  2. Acknowledging the primacy of the Gospel (Rom. 1:16) as our chief treasure (Matt. 13:44), Christians are called to lives of stewardship as managers of all that God has entrusted to them (I Cor. 4:1-2).
  3. A Christian’s attitude toward possessions on earth is important to God (Matt. 6:24), and there is a vital link between how believers utilize earthly possessions (as investments in God’s Kingdom) and the eternal rewards that believers receive (Phil. 4:17).
  4. God entrusts possessions to Christians and holds them accountable for their use as a tool to grow God’s eternal Kingdom, as a test of believer’s faithfulness to God, and as a trademark that their lives reflect Christ’s values (Luke 16:1-9).
  5. From God’s abounding grace, Christians’ giving reflects their gratitude for what God has provided and involves growing in an intimate faith relationshp with Christ as Lord of their lives (Mark 12:41-44).
  6. Because giving is a worshipful, obedient act of returning to God from what has been provided (1 Chron. 29:10-14), Christian fundraisers should hold a conviction that, in partnership with the church, they have an important role in the spiritual maturation of believers (Jas. 3:1)
  7. The primary role of Christian fundraisers is to advance and facilitate a believer’s faith in and worship of God through a Christ-centered understanding of stewardship that is solidly grounded on Scripture (2 Tim. 3:16). 
  8. Recognizing it is the work of the Holy Spirit that prompts Christians to give (John 15:4-5), often through fundraising techniques (2 Cor. 9:5-7, Neh. 1:4-11), fundraisers and/or organizations must never manipulate or violate their sacred trust with ministry partners.
  9. An eternal, God-centered worldview promotes cooperation rather than competition among organizations and places the giver’s relationship to God above the ministry’s agenda (2 Cor. 4:16-18).
  10. In our materialistic, self-centered culture, Christian leaders should acknowledge that there is a great deal of unclear thinking about possessions, even among believers, and foolish nonsense (1 Cor. 2:14) to those who rely on earthly kingdom worldview techniques (1 Cor. 2:1-5).


When these principles are implemented that rely on God changing hearts more than on human methods, the resulting joy-filled generosity of believers will fully fund God’s work here on earth (Ex. 36:6-7, Matt. 6:10).



  May Quotable Quotes


  • “Unless you try to do something beyond what you have already mastered, you will never grow.” (Ronald Osborn)


  • “Our souls are not hungry for fame, comfort, wealth or power. Those rewards create almost as many problems as they solve. Our souls are hungry for meaning, for the sense that we have figured out how to live so that our lives matter, so that the world will at least be a little bit different for our having passed through it.” (Harold Kushner)


  • “There is no more noble occupation in the world than to assist another human being-to help someone succeed.” (Alan L. McGinnis)


  • “Looking at the wide array of behaviors and tactics leaders use to influence others, we’ve found that influencing involves making appeals based on logic, emotion, or sense of cooperation. We call this influencing with the head, heart, and hands.” (David Baldwin)


  • “All significant battles are waged within the self.” (Sheldon Kopp)


  • “There is a theory of human behavior that says people subconsciously retard their own intellectual growth. They come to rely on clichés and habits. Once they reach the age of their own personal comforts with the world, they stop learning and their mind runs on idle for the rest of their days. They may progress organizationally, they may be ambitious and eager, and they may even work night and day. But they learn no more.” (Phillip B. Crosby)


  • “What we do on some occasion will probably depend on what we already are; and what we are will be the result of previous years of self-discipline.” (H. P. Liddon)


  • “There is a price to grow. Commitment is the price.” (Ed Cale)


  • “There is a price for the TIME Ministry to grow. Your commitment is the price.” (Dick Thomassian)










Contact Us  
T.I.M.E. Ministries
3077 Leeman Ferry Rd.
Huntsville, Alabama 35801
Phone 256-319-2072
  • Bethlehem Bible College
  • Child Evangelism Fellowship
  • Messianic Jewish Fellowship
  • Palestinian Bible Society
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