Growthtrac 2006 Recap

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Dear Friend of Growthtrac:

I hope all is well with you. We’ve had quite a year!

In 2006, Growthtrac again set new records. We estimate we will influence 250,000 marriages this year  a 100% increase over last year. Additionally, our touch points — counseling referrals, e-news subscriptions, spiritual interactions, and discussion forum topics — have increased two-fold.

As 2006 draws to a close and you consider how you’ll direct your year-end charitable giving, please consider what you can do to help marriages by sending a special, tax-deductible year-end gift to Growthtrac.

There’s never been a better time to partner with us.

As we expect to accomplish the action programs listed below,

your special year-end tax-deductible gift of $25 or more will:
… Support our effort to establish marriage seminar scholarships for small churches that cannot afford our marriage enrichment opportunities. Essentially, we would make available no-charge or discounted seminar services for needy churches.

… Help us create & publish marriage event curriculum. Designed for churches, these professionally produced packages would help churches deliver excellent marriage enrichment programs to their couples.

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… Make possible our move into Phase Two of our KLOVE radio project.

Most importantly, Growthtrac is a Christian ministry with a passion for marriage and reaching spiritual seekers in a relevant way. Your gift will help Growthtrac — and you — accomplish that mission.

Please, if you feel the way I do about marriage click here to take the next step.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you very soon…

Sincerely,

Jim Mueller
Growthtrac
President & co-founder

P.S. Most of our expenses are due early in the new year, so it’s critical we receive your gift soon. Your tax-deductible gift goes straight to where it matters most. Thank you for your help.

If you’d like more information please click here.

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