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IMF has many missionaries that are bringing the hope of the Gospel into the dark places of the world. These individuals find themselves in areas of the world where their work for Christ puts them at odds with local authorities. For that reason, we do not list names of these individuals or the countries in which they serve. If you would like to give to a specific missionary in this group, you will need to reference their mission account number when giving. If you do not know that number, or would like further information, please call us at 952-346-2464.
Contributions are solicited with the understanding that IMF has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds. IMF Missions and Missionaries received disbursements and reimbursements from IMF according to IRS guidelines.
Legend has it that the concept of hanging up Christmas stockings originated with the precursor of Santa Claus, St. Nicholas. He is rumored to have been moved by a poor family whose daughters had no wedding dowries. So, one day, he snuck up to their house and threw bags of gold through a window. Another bag he dropped down the chimney and, as luck would have it, it landed in one of the girls' stockings that was hanging to dry by the fireplace.
That may or may not be true, but what is true is the sharing of gifts, large and small, with love and compassion. The same love and compassion we’ve received from Jesus. He’s the greatest gift we could have ever received. The Apostle Paul said it best, “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift! (2 Corinthians 9:15).