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How You Can Support My “Ministry”

preacher asking for donations

Humor ahead. Regular readers will be able to discern between fact and Bruce being a smart-ass. For those who haven’t learned how to do this: no, donations don’t really go to pay for my drug habit. I dance at a strip club to pay for that.

How You Can Support My Ministry. I sound like an Evangelical preacher, right? You know what’s coming after “pray for me.” It’s always what’s next — an appeal for donations. As a pastor, I despised how preachers and churches went about fundraising. In several churches I pastored, I put a box at the back of the church for donations. My only mention of money was found in the weekly bulletin. I didn’t like pressuring people into donating then, and I don’t like it now.

Here at the Church of Bruce Gerencser®, I don’t need your prayers, though many Christians are praying for my salvation or death. I don’t necessarily even need your money, though it is nice and affirming when people donate.  When I started blogging a decade ago, I decided to pay my own way and not expect readers to cover the costs of blogging. Over time, people asked me if they could send me a donation. After “praying” about the matter, I decided to accept donations from people who wanted to show their support for my work. Since then, these donations have covered server and software costs, and provided me with a bit of extra money (which I am required to claim on my income tax return). I use the extra money to pay for my drug habit. I deeply appreciate everyone who supports my writing, be it monetarily or by sharing my posts on social media.

What follows is my annual post detailing the ways readers can financially support my work. If you feel led by Loki to donate, let me say in advance THANK YOU!

You can make monthly, ongoing donations via Patreon.

You can make one-time donation via PayPal.

You can also donate via personal check or gold bullion. Please contact me for information on how to do so.

Thank you for your continued support. I remain humbled by the fact that people actually want to read what I write. I will do my best to continue helping people who have doubts about Christianity or who have left Christianity and need help post-Jesus. I will also continue to critique Evangelical Christianity. As long as I am able to do so physically, I intend to be a pain in the ass for Evangelical zealots and other promoters of cultic religion. Even after the Rapture, I plan to keep on writing.

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