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2016 Convocation

You are invited

Tuesday, August 23 | DeVos Chapel | 7:00 p.m.

Knox Giving

“I believe God has raised up Knox Theological Seminary to have both a national and an international impact which will reach and prepare servants of Christ to take the good news of the gospel to our desperately needy world.”

Dr. D. James Kennedy

Founder, Knox Theological Seminary

Dr. Samuel Lamerson

“As you undoubtedly know, while our mission goes on, expenses continue to escalate and most of our students simply cannot afford to pay the true costs of a seminary education. It is only because of your generosity and the kindness of those like you that the seminary can continue its mission. God has a way of multiplying so there is no gift too small in helping to build the Kingdom!” 

Dr. Sam Lamerson

President, Knox Theological Seminary

Students

Countries

Alumni

“By a conservative estimate, a pastor who spends thirty years in congregational ministry will likely touch and variously influence one hundred thousand individuals and numerous community groups.” —G. Douglas Lewis

Other Ways to Give

There are multiple ways you can give to help train future pastors to teach and preach God’s Word without compromise or confusion. Gift options include a one-time financial contribution, regular monthly or quarterly gifts, an appreciated security, a gift in kind, or an estate gift. Knox Theological Seminary, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and contributions to Knox may be tax deductible.

Registration Number CH42222

“A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLL-FREE, 1.800.435.7352 WITHIN THE STATE. REGISTRATION DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT, APPROVAL, OR RECOMMENDATION BY THE STATE.”

Phone Call

To make a gift of stock, property, or other in-kind gift, please contact the development or business office at 954.771.0376. The development officer, a professor or Board member would be happy to speak with you or your church about supporting Knox Seminary. You may also call to schedule an appointment.

Direct Debit

Please fill out a donor direct debit form and fax to Tim Sansbury 954.351.3343 or e-mail a scanned copy.

Give By Mail

Make checks payable to Knox Theological Seminary, Inc. and write “donation” in the memo section. To mail your contribution or make a pledge to give on a regular basis, please address it to:

Knox Theological Seminary, Inc.
Attn: Business Office
5555 N. Federal Hwy.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Stock and Mutual Transfers

Complete a Letter of Authorization Form and submit to the firm currently holding your shares. IMPORTANT: Please submit directly to NCF so that we can assure the monies go into your fund.

Learn more about maximizing kingdom impact by giving appreciated securities instead of writing checks with the National Christian Foundation. Gifts of appreciated stock and other assets may be made to the National Christian Foundation and designated for Knox Theological Seminary. Your gift will directly benefit Knox.

Publicly Traded Stock Certificate(s)

Complete a Stock Certificate/Transfer Agent Gifting Form. 

  1. This includes a Certificate Release Request and a Stock Power Form. Stock certificates should not be endorsed.
  2. List the name of the stock and the number of shares that the certificate represents. Print and sign your name exactly as it appears on the front of the certificate. The Certificate Release Request must have a medallion signature guarantee, which can be obtained at your bank.
  3. Mail the certificate and original Stock Power Form and Certificate Release Request to NCF SouthFlorida. We suggest overnight service or USPS return receipt requested to 5110 N. Federal Hwy. 2nd Floor, Ft.Lauderdale, FL 33308.
  4. If you wish to have the certificate registered prior to gifting, please have the transfer agent register it in the name of “National Christian Charitable Foundation, Inc.”
  5. Please submit the form directly to the Knox business office.  Note: It is always a good idea to seek legal and tax advice from your professional advisor(s) before making a major charitable gift.
Other Assets

Please contact the Knox development or business office at 954.771.0376 to discuss non-cash contributions or any of the following giving opportunities:

  • Closely-held Business Interests
  • Personal Property
  • Real Estate
  • Retirement Plan Interests
  • Other Assets

See the Impact: Meet our Students & Alumni

FACTS: Knox graduates from 2007-2011 report that their trust and faith in God was “stronger” or “much stronger” as a result of their Knox education. Knox graduates are now PhD students, pastors, professors, church planters, Christian educators, deans, and seminary presidents. 66% of graduates report that after studying at Knox their theological position shifted and became “more conservative.”

Want to see how your gift is being used? Just take a look at the lives of our students and alumni. Imagine each one of these individuals impacting another 100,00 souls in a lifetime of ministry, and you will begin to see the way your giving to Knox Theological Seminary has a truly worldwide impact.

“By a conservative estimate, a pastor who spends thirty years in congregational ministry will likely touch and variously influence one hundred thousand individuals and numerous community groups.” —G. Douglas Lewis

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