Corners of the Field

Corners of the Field

Supporting the Poor and Needy with Resources

The Scriptures teach us to make provision for those in need. We don't want money to get in the way of the Word of God. If you need a book, product, or program from our catalog and legitimately cannot afford it, contact our office through a written request. We will do our best to send you the item at a greatly reduced price or free of charge.

...you shall not reap your field right up to its edge...
(Leviticus 19:9)

Read the complete passage of Leviticus 19:9-20. The Bible commands farmers to leave the corners of their field for the poor and to leave gleanings for the needy. At First Fruits of Zion we're not farmers, but we labor in the fields of the kingdom.

Over the years we have given away teaching materials worth thousands of dollars. After all, we are a ministry, not a "for-profit" business. However, the system only works if those requesting materials are honest, have legitimate financial shortcomings, and do not abuse the offer. A person who takes something under false pretenses (when he or she has the ability to pay) engages in a form of theft. It robs others who are truly in need.

Application

If you cannot afford to purchase a particular FFOZ resource, you can apply to the Corners of the Field program for assistance.

Download our white paper for more detailed information about this program:

Corners of the Field Program

Apply for the program here by providing your personal information and the reasons why you are in need, or call our Administrative Care Team at 800-775-4807.

Corners of the Field Application

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If you are not in need, but have the financial means to support us, consider partnering with us by becoming an FFOZ Friend, and helping those who are in need. Your support enables us to keep the Corners of the Field program active.