A Year of Generosity

What could 2017 look like if we actually embraced the Gospel and lived generously? What might God do in and through us a church community? Join us for a conversation about generosity, giving and grace.

To Tithe or Not to Tithe?

Isn’t tithing an Old Testament thing? Does God actually expect me to give 10% of my income to the local church, or can I tithe to other things that I’m personally passionate about? What does the Bible actually say about tithing and giving?

The Joy of Generosity

Giving is not supposed to be a chore or an obligation; it’s supposed to be a joy. And yet so many of us give out a sense of duty and obligation, and not out of a place of joy. So how can we discover (or rediscover) the joy of giving? How can we become people who give cheerfully, and not out a sense of obligation?

How the Gospel Makes Us Generous

Jesus once said that “it’s better to give than to receive” while our culture seems to teach that “it’s better to receive than to give.” Two very different approaches to generosity and giving, and two very different beliefs about how we are to use our resources and material possessions. So how can we become people who live by the words of Jesus, as opposed to the teaching of our culture? How does the Gospel make us generous?

First Things First

Jesus once promised that God would provide everything we need if we would seek the Kingdom of God first. And yet so many of us seek other things first, adding stress, anxiety and worry to our lives. So what does it actually look like to seek first the Kingdom of God? And what might 2017 look like if we could live with a “first things first” mentality?