Words of Testimony
"Mission:Dignity means life. It has eased my pain and filled in spiritually, physically and financially." Read more about Doris Jackson's story.
"Every year I plant a vegetable garden in my backyard. I use my crop as a tool to witness to my neighbors." Read more about Elvis Durrell and his "over the fence" ministry.
After 45 years of ministry, Reginald Pressley and his wife, Claudia, retired much the way they began — serving small churches in the Southeast. And they wouldn't take anything for the memories. Read more of the Pressleys' story.
"Because of Mission:Dignity, I have been able to do some things I wouldn't have been able to do otherwise. It has made such a difference in my life." Read more about Patricia's McGehee's story.
When John Carter was saved at the age of 12 during a revival at First Baptist Church of Rotan, he had no way of knowing the long road of ministry the Lord planned for him. Read more about the Carters' story.
"Prayer is one of my greatest ministries. Every day God gives me new reasons to sing His praise." Read Sarah Jacks' story.
"Many people think you have to be special for God to use you, but I know God takes ordinary people from ordinary backgrounds and uses them in extraordinary ways." Read more about Barbara Casteel's story.
Truett and Opal Hawley have given to Mission:Dignity since 1992, but their love for pastors and their widows actually began nearly a century ago. Read more about the Hawleys' story.
“We had an interesting life together. We pastored quite a few churches, in four different states, and all but a couple were little country churches that were barely scraping by." Read more about Sandra's life and ministry.
The Mission:Dignity ministry relies on the support of churches and individuals to provide this vital assistance. You can participate in this ministry by sending a gift, funding a Charitable Gift Annuity, designating the ministry as the beneficiary of your life insurance, will or estate plan, or requesting materials to share with others.