Since 1906, God has interwoven Mount Hermon into the tapestry of people’s lives. The clear and loving message of the Gospel has reached hundreds of thousands of people for Jesus and your gift is part of God’s provision for His ministries at Mount Hermon.
Do you remember when Abraham took Isaac on that trip to Moriah where God had told him to sacrifice his son? That road had to be the loneliest, longest, darkest, most confusing road that he ever walked. Even though he had his faults, Abraham just hung on to his faith and kept walking. Abraham’s faith did not mean that he would not have doubts or questions. However, it did mean that he had to be obedient.
Health issues, fractured relationships, economic turmoil, job loss, political unrest, uncertainty and fear may be closing in on you or those you love. So, if you’re on your own personal walk on the road to Moriah, hang in, hold on, and keep walking. Now is not the time to grow faint but to stay your course.
I encourage you to reflect on the myriad of Mount Hermon ministries. Imagine the thousands of men, women, boys, girls and teens that the Holy Spirit touches through these ministries. Then join us in thanking the Lord that he uses your gift as part of that eternal process!
May you feel the warmth of God’s arms around you as you focus on Him.
For King & Kingdom,
Vice President of Advancement
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Roger faithfully served as the President and CEO from September, 1993 until September, 2014, when he went home to be with the Lord. He succumbed to complications from the cancer that he called “his insidious dance partner.” Despite his pain, he handled the choreography with grace and transparency. His courage, cheer and selflessness made an indelible impression on thousands of people.
Roger will be remembered for his many personal and professional accomplishments, but mostly he will be remembered for how he loved Jesus and loved people. We gratefully honor Roger and glorify God, who blessed us with his friendship and leadership. We thank the Lord that he allowed Roger to serve as our visionary and capable leader for more than twenty years.
A memorial fund has been established at to help Mount Hermon achieve the envisioned future Williams articulated so eloquently.
Mount Hermon Financial Information
To provide financial transparency, attached is a summary of Mount Hermon’s key financial statements for the last few years.
Should you have any questions about the status of Mount Hermon’s finances, please don’t hesitate to contact Mike Perez, Finance Director, at 831.430.1221
The Advancement Team seeks to minister to everyone who partners with Mount Hermon by building and sustaining relationships with them. Money issues appear four times more than faith or prayer in the Bible and one of every six verses in the Gospels talks about money. In light of this, and in acknowledgment of the Lordship of Jesus Christ, we will: