We, as a small faith based non-profit Great Commission organization, have ongoing needs such as compassion partner relief, home office staff and system support needs, language translation curriculum needs, unplanned Bridges training events, and special projects. It is always a challenge to plan for and meet the increasing demands and needs of our Mission while balancing our annual budget. We are grateful for your consideration in investing an ongoing monthly financial gift or one-time donation to help us further the support of this Great Commission endeavor.

$3,000 USD is the average cost of a Bridges training event for 25-30 grassroots participants.

Please give as the Lord leads you in any amount (our Bridges training event cost is only a reference point). As always, your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Current giving option:

• Where Most Needed • Project Specific

(please specify) PLEASE NOTE: credit card Donations are charged a 4% transaction fee. This fee reduces your donation. Giving by check will maximize your donation.

SIU is a faith-based mission, and as such our Missionary trainers depend on the Lord for the provision of their daily life and ministry. Teams of churches, business owners and individuals partner together with each Missionary trainer to provide their necessary prayer support, salary, housing allowance and ministry expenses.

You can become a vital part of launching Church-Planting and Disciple-Maker Movements among our partners with the unreached and unengaged by becoming a faithful supporter of an SIU missionary family.

Contributions are solicited with the understanding that Scriptures In Use has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.

About Kent Kiefer

Kent Kiefer is the CEO & Executive Director of Scriptures in Use (SIU). He has over 20 years of International Ministry experience; in his eighth year with SIU, and previously four years with a faith-based International Missions’ Sending Agency (“ABWE”) and eight years with a faith-based International Parachurch ministry (“Focus on the Family”).

Kent has a heart and passion for “reaching the unreached” and believes strongly that the oral arts, communication bridges training approach designed specifically for the indigenous men and women of peace around the world is one of the most effective means to reach the nations with the Gospel.

Kent is widowed after his wife Melissa (“Missy”) was promoted into Glory in November ‘21 after a 14-year battle with Parkinsons Disease, and has four children (two college age and two teenagers). The Kiefers are involved with two local churches with the body of Christ in Southeast Tucson (“Grace Church of Sahuarita” and “Pantano Christian”).