Why give to IPS?

We must not sit on the sidelines

Our world is beset with battles over philosophy, doctrine, politics, economics, and education.  If we have truth, it is wrong to withhold that truth.  It is also wrong not to work diligently to communicate that truth.

The principles that IPS teaches and promotes are not just academic concerns.  These principles have a substantial impact on our families and our world.  Hundreds of millions of people will suffer and millions will die this year because wrong ideas about government and economics are being taught and believed.  We cannot just stand and watch.

We must compete against the world for hearts and minds

Our ideological opponents are spending billions of dollars to teach and promote their philosophies.  The question is this: “How much are we willing to spend to counter these efforts?”

Will we give as much as we spend at Starbucks?  Will we give as much as we spend on cable TV? Will we give as much as a car payment? Or will we assume that someone else will give?

Although we ought to be willing to give sacrificially, it is actually a pleasure and a blessing to invest time and money into a great work.

IPS has the foundational truth

If you have read our publications or attended one of our classes or seminars, you know that IPS has a unique and powerful message. Who else is teaching these exciting fundamental principles?  Who else is painting the big picture by weaving principled truth through government, economics, history and theology?

IPS has the opportunities

We have been blessed with ample opportunities to promote our message—in fact, we have more opportunities than resources.  This is why we really need your help.


I’m convinced, what do I do?

You can choose to give either monthly or quarterly. For smaller amounts, monthly is a great option. For larger amounts, quarterly helps distribute the cost over longer intervals.
Every partnership, regardless of the amount, is valued and appreciated.
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“Good government is expensive, but bad government always costs more.”

Carole McFarlane, Director of Operations

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