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Resources: Money and Giving

Practice of Tithing as the Minimum Standard of Christian Giving

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

We are living beyond our means. What is your input on our financial situation?

Question from a reader:

We are going into debt several thousand dollars a year because we are living on equity from our home and only my income. My husband doesn’t seem concerned about getting a job or the fact that we are living beyond our means. What is your input on our financial situation?

We’re not in a position to give as much in freewill offerings, above and beyond our tithe. Should we still give the same amount and just trust God to provide?

Due to health problems and the economy affecting our business, we’re not in a position to give as much in freewill offerings, above and beyond our tithe. Should we still give the same amount and just trust God to provide?

Money, Possessions & Eternity: A Pastor’s letter to his congregation

Dear Fellow Sojourner,

What can I do to get you to read this book?

I have read thousands of books in my lifetime. Only a few have impacted me profoundly, and only a handful changed my life.

This book is in that category. After reading this, I sat down with my wife and told her how important I think it is that people read it. I've never done anything like this in my life, but after prayer and serious deliberation, we committed our personal resources to provide this book for you.

We believe this book will change your life ...

Twelve Giving Stories

12 stories on giving complied by Randy Alcorn.

How should a wife respond if she wants to give more than her husband?

I think showing him the depth of her conviction through her own giving is part of that example.

A Financial Covenant with God

I submit to the Lord God Almighty. I affirm his ownership of myself and every aspect of my life.

A Focus on the Family interview with Randy Alcorn: Discover ‘The Treasure Principle’ of Giving

Randy Alcorn loves giving, and he wants you to love giving. Just listen to him talk about giving, about joyful tithing and radical generosity. But fear not—Alcorn won’t guilt you into giving. Nor will he instruct you to sell your possessions, abandon all forms of entertainment or forego future vacations.

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