There’s a growing threat to believers, with the potential for catastrophe developing right under our noses.
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In a smartphone world, reading the Bible is becoming increasingly individualized. While there are tremendous benefits to carrying Scripture everywhere you go, chances are that most of us read the Bible alone instead of in community.
The ongoing legacy of Hal & Jane Rodenhouse
When Hal and Jane Rodenhouses’ daughters began to lend a hand with their parents’ finances, they were astounded by what they discovered. The list of charities their parents supported was two pages long… single-spaced.
Are you torn between making a difference and having enough income for retirement? No need to worry! You can care for your needs AND still give generously through a gift that provides income for life!
“The Lord said to Moses, ‘Tell the Israelites to bring me an offering. You are to receive the offering for me from everyone whose heart prompts them to give.’” (Exodus 25:1-2, NIV)
During worship a few Sundays ago, I watched a preacher turn the sometimes sleepy time of offering on its head.
Q. How much income will I receive from a charitable gift annuity?
A. It depends on your age and the original gift amount. Each year (or quarter) you’ll receive a percentage of your original gift.
There are several smart and powerful ways to support your favorite ministries. However, lack of experience or misunderstanding prevents too many generous Christians from taking full advantage of these opportunities.
A new schedule of suggested maximum gift annuity rates was announced yesterday by the American Council on Gift Annuities (ACGA) during their biannual conference in Seattle, Washington. This change represents a significant benefit to donors who establish charitable gift annuities on or after July 1, 2018.
So, share my paycheck. That’s the idea. My work – my paycheck – is directly linked to sharing with those in need in Ephesians 4:28 (NIV).
But my paycheck? Sharing?
Why is it so difficult to hear and even more difficult to do?
How much should I give? This question gets asked more than you might think. You answer it when the church collection basket comes around on Sundays, for the Salvation Army kettles at Christmas and every time you sort mail from dozens of charities. Over and over, we make decisions about how many dollars to assign to causes near to our hearts.