The GIVING Challenge
Why Would I Tithe?
For many, the idea of bringing the first 10% of our income to the Church seems overwhelming. The thing is, it doesn't matter how much or how little we make, God promises to pour out blessings on us when we tithe. Tithing is about training our heart to trust God at His Word.
Countless people experience God's blessings when they tithe, but often the first step is the hardest one to take. That's why we created the "Tithe Challenge". If you are not presently tithing (giving the first 10% of your income) and are willing to make the commitment to take the Tithe Challenge, we urge you to take a step of faith.
The Tithe Challenge
Countless people experience God's blessings when they tithe, but often the first step is the hardest one to take. That’s why we created the Tithe Challenge. Put God first in your finances for the next 30 days.
God Works Big In Little Ways
Our prayer for you is that God will begin to work in your life in a way that causes your heart to overflow with God’s love and grace, that it transforms your life, and that it deepens your faith and trust in him. But God’s blessing might not come in a blank check in your mailbox. Keep your eyes and hearts open so that you don’t miss seeing God’s provision and faithfulness in your life.
Our First, And Our Best
The Bible asks us to give our first and our best back to God and He will bless the rest. This first is the tithe, or tenth of our income. We return to the Lord 10% of what He's given us, because it belongs to Him. The tithe is a very practical and tangible way to put God first. If you are not tithing already, a great way to start is with the Tithe Challenge.
Share Your Story
If you have participated in our Tithe Challenge and if a testimony of what God has done in this process, we would love to hear about it! Please click the button below and tell us your story!
How Do I Give?
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PRAYER FOR COVID-19
“I am making all things new” (Rev 21:5)
Dear colleagues and friends, dear brothers and sisters. We are facing difficult times. The Coronavirus-19 pandemic is a tremendous challenge for the Church, for all people worldwide, and for our common home. Yet the crisis is an opportunity to start anew. This is an urgent and complex calamity that requires new solutions: “new wine, new skins” (Mk 2:22), new ways of living, new ways of working, new models of development. In Easter, the risen Christ makes “all things new” (Rev 21:5), and He sustains us in our vulnerability, guides us through darkness, and reconciles us with the source of life.