Sunday, February 26
Why Give to the Proclaim Initiative?
Your Best Gift
Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God that he has given you. —Deuteronomy 16:17
The context of this passage is an offering that was to be presented three times a year to the Lord during festivals. These were special times in the life of God’s people in which they recognized His provision, faithfulness and blessings; the Israelites’ giving back was meant to be a thoughtful act of worship. Not every man would bring the same-size gift; families would give according to their means.
Thank You for the opportunity to give back a portion of what You have given to me. It’s a joy to celebrate Your faithfulness and goodness to me. You are my provider, and I am privileged to honor You with my resources.
Look at your budget and pray over what might be your “best” gift for the PROCLAIM initiative. Your gift should be something you offer thoughtfully and with joy, whether large or small, according to what has been given to you.
FROM PASTOR CONNOR BALES
As believers, we are called to give of our talents – not only financially, but also our spiritual gifting through volunteering. We have safe and secure ways to give and opportunities to bless others through legacy giving, and a myriad of volunteer opportunities.
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