Can You Help?

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Dear BA Readers,

The BA has become a trusted friend for 160 years, born in 1863 — in the middle of the American Civil War. It remains among the oldest Christian publications in the United States that is still in print. We praise God for taking care of this ministry all these years. 

As our readers probably know, for over 50 of those years, the BA has been a free publication. We are supported by the gifts of our readers and by the offerings of the Church of God (Seventh Day). As stewards of this ministry, we make it our goal to be as accountable and transparent as possible in all our financial responsibilities. 

After two hard years weathering COVID, we ended the fiscal year in the black, thanks to a generous anonymous gift and many smaller offerings. As we enter a new year, we continue to face climbing inflation in printing and mailing costs. 

While the Bible Advocate goes around the world (to 180 nations last year) for free in both physical and digital form, it’s not free to create, print, and mail. So each year we ask for your help, if you are able and moved to do so. Are you blessed by this ministry of the Word to the nations? If so, you can cover the costs of paper and postage for six issues with a commitment of $25 a year. Fifty dollars a year will cover the cost for you and a friend, and $100 will cover four subscriptions. 

As always, thank you for your faithful support and generosity over the years and in the years to come. We cannot deliver the Bible Advocate without you!

Grace and peace in Jesus Christ,

Jason Overman



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Jason Overman is Editor of Publications of the Bible Advocate Press. After 24 years in the publishing industry (in sales and management) with the Harrison Daily Times, Jason left his general manager’s position to join the BAP family in 2015. He has served in ministry for 30 years and currently pastors the Church of God (Seventh Day) in Jasper, Arkansas, with his wife, Stephanie, and two children, Tabitha and Isaac. Jason enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, reading theology, playing his guitar, and taking in the beautiful Ozark Mountains he calls home.