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Museum and Office Closed but the Charitable Work of the Trust Carries On

Due to government guidelines to limit non-essential contact with others we have taken the decision to close The George Müller Museum until further notice. We will continue to monitor the natio

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Prayer Digest

“I believe God has heard my prayers. He will make it manifest in His own good time that He has heard me. I have recorded my petitions that when God has answered them, His name will be glorified.” - George Müller

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SKI

SKI supports missionary activity in this country and in many other countries around the world, sending on average £95,000 every month in gifts to around 160 individuals and organisations, facilitated by unsolicited gifts from some 1,300 supporters.

What is SKI?

Nearly two centuries old, The Scriptural Knowledge Institution (SKI – pronounced “sky”) was founded back in 1834 by George Müller and his close friend, Henry Craik, to:  support missionaries at home and abroad; provide a source of cheap Bibles and tracts; open and support Day- and Sunday-Schools for adults and children. 

Who are our recipients? 

Müllers is partnering in the gospel, building relationships and supporting our recipients through prayer and financially. We are not a general grant-making organisation and do not accept grant applications.

 

 

More about our supporters 

We are blessed by our donors who support the ongoing work of Müllers globally and regionally. The funds we receive are used in the many aspects of our work to glorify God by providing help for those with spiritual and social needs, in accordance with the Christian principle affirmed by George Müller:

‘the provision comes by prayer and faith without anyone being asked, whereby it might be seen that God is faithful and hears prayer still.’

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