MULLIGAN GOSPELS FOR CHURCHES AND BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

Are you hosting The Mulligan Movie through Faith Content Network, or conducting a Mulligan Bible Study?

The Pocket Testament League is providing Mulligan-themed Gospels of John for church members to share with bible study groups, at movie showings, and through ministry outreach programs. Request your Mulligan Gospels today using the form below.

 
Gospels to share:
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Last name:
Email address:
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ZIP/Postal code:
Phone number:

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Total Gift Amount

Your Gift Amount: $ + $ = $ USD

Payment details:

Card Number:
Expires:
CVV Security Number:
Name on Card:
Note: Banking restrictions limit E-Check transactions to a maximum amount of $5,000.
Bank Name:
Account Type:
Routing (ABA) Number:
Account Number:
Name on Account:
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Where do I find my credit card verification number?

For VISA, MasterCard and Discover:

The card verification number is the last three digits printed on the back of your card in the signature panel, as shown below:

For American Express:

The card verification number is the four small numbers printed on the front of your American Express card, above the last few embossed numbers:

Where do I find my routing and account numbers?

Just look on your personal checks. You'll see a series of numbers at the very bottom, in a computer style font (known as MICR). They look like this:

Finding your Routing number:

The Routing number identifies your bank to the banking system. It consists of a 9-digit number usually located between |: and :| symbols, like this:

You can also look up your routing number online, by entering your banking information at the following website:
abanumberlookup.com/

Finding your Account number:

Your Account number usually appears after your check number. You can always look at your bank statement to make sure you get it right. On your checks, it will typically look like this:

Share a story Tell us how you use your Gospels and sharing resources

You asked for someone else to sponsor your shipment. Sharing stories is an important way to thank your gracious sponsors, because they invest in your ministry and are partners in your sharing efforts. Your story will encourage them to sponsor more orders in the future. We do not include your full name when passing along your story, just your first name and last initial.

Tell us how you plan to use these Gospels, or tell us about a Gospel sharing experience you've had: