“Now he that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness.”

2 Corinthians 9:10

                                     

 

Living generously isn’t about money. It’s about transformation.

Generosity will change your life. When you put God above material things, you declare your trust and faith in him and invite his blessings into your life. But it doesn’t just change your life—we see Jesus’ transforming power at work every day through healed families, restored faith, and stronger communities.

Living generously isn’t a transaction. It’s a relationship.

The Bible teaches us a baseline standard for giving: the tithe. When we give the first 10% of our income to the church, we put God first in our lives. But it’s not about the transaction—it’s about putting our relationship with God above everything else. Tithing is the foundation of our giving—an act of worship that expresses our gratitude, faith, and love for God and others.

Living generously isn’t a one-time thing. It’s a lifestyle.

God has called us to live generously. We do this when we respond to God by supporting the needs of the church, community and world—when we serve others and share our time, talents and finances. We do this when we pray for people, show love, and live each day with God’s wisdom. We do this by celebrating what God is doing—in our church and in the lives of others.