We would like to invite you to partner with CULTURELink by supporting us with your prayers and financial gifts. Your donation to CULTURELink may be one of the most exciting investments you may ever make. Your gift will impact individuals here in the States, churches as a whole, and the nations of the world for the cause of Christ. It’s a triple threat!
A new donor recently told us, “You are giving me the opportunity to be part of a reality, not just an idea. You have product, market, vision, and credibility. You just need ‘spiritual venture capitalists.’ ”
Well said. Please consider the impact your financial gifts can make on the nations of the world as you prayerfully considering joining us in ministry.
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CULTURELink Inc. is an approved 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All contributions are tax deductible.
For maximum fiscal accountability, CULTURELink is governed by a Board of Directors and follows accounting practices recommended by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.
If you would like to contribute through different contribution methods, please contact us.
El Salvador Partnership
We have an opportunity to invest into several areas of ministry in El Salvador through our church partners. What began as a short-term trip with high school students in 2011 has now developed into a long-term partnership with several local churches and nonprofit organizations.
In June, Katharine Hurlburt (Ryan’s wife) will be returning to El Salvador to assist our local NGO partner, The Samaritan House, that is ministering to prostitutes and other marginalized communities in San Salvador. She will assist them in establishing training opportunities to develop job skills and learn a trade, as well as investing spiritually in the women. If you would like to contribute to Katharine’s trip to El Salvador, please click the button below. If you have any questions about our work in El Salvador, contact Ryan Hurlburt with any questions.
CULTURELink has been partnering with several local churches and Royal Kids School in Mombasa, Kenya since 2013. Our work, in partnership with the national church leaders and Royal Kids, has included: inductive Bible study training for women, pastoral care and mentoring, teacher training, k-12 education on special topics, tutoring, and discipling teenagers.
In November, Karen Ragan (Larry’s wife) will be leading a team, along with Tamy Elam, Kellee Katagi, and Aly Yohn, to train women in Inductive Bible Study. Karen first led an Inductive Bible Study Seminar in 2013 with 30 women, and has returned each year to a train a larger group of women. The national leaders have called their inductive Bible study team “Daughters of the Word.” This trip will primarily focus on developing key leaders in the local churches to facilitate their own Inductive Bible Study training seminars. If you would like to contribute to this upcoming trip to Kenya, please click the button below for the team member you want to support. If you have any questions about our work in Kenya, contact Larry Ragan with any questions.