When Paul was taking up the offering for the poor in Jerusalem, he told the Corinthians that on the first day of every week, they were to set aside money for the offering in direct proportion to how they had prospered.
Modern-day stewardship asks no less of us.
We contribute to God's work not only with our time, abilities,
and talents, but also through prayerful commitment to
WAYS YOU CAN GIVE
GIVING IS NOT JUST FOR GROWNUPS
Children can give God a tithe from money that they earn, or receive as a gift. And for parents, this is a "teachable moment." It's never too early for kids to learn that giving is not only about money. Even if we have no money at all, we can give our time, our possessions, and our talents. The point is that by serving others, we are serving God.
FAST, EASY, SECURE
NEED HELP CREATING A SUSTAINABLE PLAN FOR GIVING?
More than one church has had a member say, We are asked to give,
but we are not told how. A sensible - and sustainable - plan for giving
must be seen in the context of each individual's or each family's
overall financial planning efforts.
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE HELP WITH CREATING A GIVING PLAN THAT WORKS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE
AT 304.529.6084 AND YOU'LL BE PUT IN TOUCH WITH
A MEMBER OF TRINITY'S FINANCE TEAM.