All Resources on Giving
Kent Hughes discussed Christian generosity
What counts is not the amount you have but if it is utterly devoted to the purposes of God.
From a human perspective 5000 people could not be fed from five loaves and two fish. But that was not Jesus’ perspective.
The William Carey Wild Card is a challenge to think in a radically heaven-focused way about your treasure.
One test of our love is the way we support the ministry financially during the summer.
We should give as radical as we can in pursuit of our best biblical judgment.
John Piper explains how a wife can handle money in a way that respects God and her husband.
The Lord gets himself glory by providing just enough for his people, and just in time.
The generosity of God's people does not go unnoticed.
We can go above and beyond in giving to missions because we know Christ will take care of us.
Trusting him is the one thing we can do to put God in debt.
John Piper shares some guidlines on where and how much to give.
John Piper talks about the only way that we can give to Jesus.
If God values joyful, loving generosity so much as to give his beloved Son to create it in his people, then we can be absolutely assured that when we are more generous, we will be more happy and more fulfilled because God is bound to work mightily for those whose behavior he values so highly.
Don't live for comforts, live for justice and compassion.
Be thankful, pay your vows, call for help. And when God delivers you from the day of trouble, glorify him with all your heart.
Everything we spend on ourselves should be to build a platform for giving, that is, for loving.