Money Matters

Biblical Framework Ministries, Inc. (BFM) is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that relies completely upon unsolicited donations for funding. We believe this policy reflects the grace policy of God. He has provided for eternal salvation through His Son Jesus Christ, has given clear information throughout history of His will for our lives, and has preserved the truths of His plan in the Bible—all without any dependence upon human merit. Therefore we do not charge for any of the material offered on this web site.

Giving is a privilege for those who have responded to and appreciate the revelation of our Creator, Judge, and Savior. Contributions to this ministry are used for general operating costs including procurement and reproduction of CDs, DVDs and other materials used to distribute BFM materials; research and development of new materials; and travel costs for Mr. Clough’s speaking engagements. From time to time BFM will also provide financial support to other ministries that share our values and vision, which are expounded in our framework teachings and in our statement ("What We Believe"). Donations can be made out to Biblical Framework Ministries and sent to:

Biblical Framework Ministries
P.O. Box 1820
Bellaire, TX 77401

We protect donors’ privacy and do not share donor information with any other ministry or business. Donors will receive a summary receipt for tax return purposes by January 31 for the previous year. This receipt itemizes all of the contributions with dates and amounts.

Following the apostolic example of financial transparency (2 Cor. 8:20-21) BFM's annual financial statement is available upon request to

If you are motivated to give to this ministry please visit our Donate section.

About Us

"You have no idea how much your ministry has meant to me. I grew up in an atheist home. . .and never even heard of Jesus Christ until I was 21. . . .Thank you so much brother, not for your ability to articulate truth, that’s all of God, [but] thank you for your faithfulness to the text of Scripture. . . .I listened to the framework teachings between 5 and 11 hours every workday."
C.J., Georgia