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Resources: Money and Giving

Should we tithe on the gross or the net?

When asked “should we tithe on the gross or the net?” it’s appropriate to ask “What do we want to be blessed on, the gross or the net?”

Shouldn’t a person give not just 10%, but as much or as little as the Lord calls them to give?

My stated belief on the tithe is that it is the training wheels of giving, merely a beginning point. As to whether it applies to Christians, the question is whether New Testament grace lowers the standards of giving or raises it.

Resources for Teaching Middle School and High School Students about Money

Resources for Teaching Middle School Students about Money (from www.threerules.org):

Handouts (PDF)

Study Guide (PDF)

High school small group curriculum titled “What’s God Got to Do with It?” (from www.threerules.org):

Handouts (PDF)

Study Guide (PDF)

Scriptures To Consider In Preparing For The Future

Scripture to consider in preparing for the future, compiled by Randy Alcorn.

Can Money, Possessions and Eternity be used as the basis for a college course?

This letter from a reader demonstrates how God can use Money, Possessions and Eternity to teach college students about money and giving.

Money, Possessions & Eternity


I came across your book, Money Possessions & Eternity about three years ago and have read it cover to cover twice, each time learning and applying it to my life. I have also read The Treasure Principle and have facilitated two small group studies on the book.

My stepdaughter recently graduated from a small private Christian college. She always thought I was nuts when I talked about how money is nothing more than a test here on earth and ...

Can we really earn eternal rewards?

I did use the word “earn” in a few places in my books Money, Possessions and Eternity and In Light of Eternity. But in its context in both books I used “earn” in the sense of a Christ-empowered obedience resulting in God graciously granting us the rewards he promises.

The Visitor

Ruth looked at the envelope again. There was no stamp, no postmark, only her name and address. She read the letter one more time...

Dear Ruth,

I’m going to be in your neighborhood Saturday afternoon and I’d like to stop by for a visit.

Love Always, Jesus

Her hands were shaking as she placed the letter on the table. “Why would the Lord want to visit me? I’m nobody special. I don’t have anything to offer.”

With that thought, Ruth remembered her empty kitchen cabinets. “Oh my goodness, I really don’t have anything to offer ...

Practice of Tithing as the Minimum Standard of Christian Giving

Fifteen percent of everything Jesus said is related to money and possessions.

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