GeneroUS

The Meaning  |  The Mindset  |  The Method

Generous people, generous families and generous churches bring hope and joy to others. When generosity lives among us, we find that our lives are truly enriched. In this series, you will learn the meaning, mindset and method of generous people.

“A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.”
– Proverbs 11:25 NIV

In 2020, Americans gave $471.44 billion – a 5.1% increase from 2019.

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Giving Path

As you learn to be generous, use the Giving Path illustration to help you find where you are on your journey. This video will assist you as you prayerfully consider taking a step on the Giving Pathway.

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Step Chart

The Financial Step Chart provides the giving patterns of our congregation. Understanding our giving as a church will help you determine where God may be leading you in your GeneroUS life.

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Estimate of Giving

Your giving is a critical part of how we make a difference in our church, our community and our world.

You may change your estimate at any time by notifying the finance office.

October 24  |  The Meaning  |  Proverbs 11:24-25
The Bible consistently teaches that the rich life is found when we learn to be generous. Generosity is not just an act; it is a personal code that molds our character. Once we grasp the meaning of generosity, we find the goodness it brings to life.

November 7  |  Why I Love Jesus  |  Romans 8:31-37
Guest Speaker, Bishop Chul Lee, Korean Methodist Church

October 31  |  The Mindset  |  2 Corinthians 9:6-15
Generous people see their money and possessions differently from people who are not generous. This week, join us to learn how to cultivate the generous mindset that will impact how you see the world and help you find greater joy.

November 14  |  The Method  |  Luke 14:28-33
No one is born generous, people must find a way to become generous. The key is not the size of your income or wealth. It is commitment to a process that enables us to be the generous people we say we want to be.