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Want to support excellent Christian kids’ music? Give a few $$ (or ££) to Ben Pakula.

When I say excellent, I mean it in all senses I can think of: musically, lyrically and theologically. We–I mean me, Bronwyn, our 8 year old, 6 year old and 3 year old–love Ben Pakula’s music. It’s so true, and it’s so awesome. Those fantastic truths about our powerful God and his plan for salvation constantly echo around our heads as we hum his tunes. We need more Ben Pakula music in the world! Ben’s looking for donations. Have a listen to his music, and if you like it, send a few dollars (or pounds) his way!

Ben says:

Dear brothers and sisters,

Have you ever wondered if deep theological truths combined with 80’s heavy metal music could result in an effective gospel ministry for kids? Check this out! www.myspace.com/bpakula

If you like what you hear, perhaps you’d be willing to make a donation to help me record my next album. It is only through donations that I’ll be able to record in the foreseeable future.

  1. All funds received will go towards either recording time, music equipment or mastering time.
  2. NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL!
  3. Your contribution, and any correspondence pertaining to your contribution will be kept completely confidential – there will be no names in the acknowledgment section of the CD jacket, just a general thanks.
  4. I’d be most grateful for your contribution, and of course I will seek to make an album that teaches kids many gospel truths from the Bible in a fun and exciting way.

To make a donation, simply click on the button below, then enter the donation amount on the linked page.

Many thanks, Ben Pakula













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  1. Thanks so much for those who have donated so far. I’m close to target. Remember, no amount is too small!

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