Expressing thanks to someone takes you outside yourself and your problems. You focus on someone else instead. And somehow, after expressing thanks, you feel better.
Making giving an every day part of our lives has the potential to change lives, not only those who we are giving to, but our own lives as well.
Whether you believe in the tithe or free will giving, I think we can all agree that giving is something that Christians are called to do.
If you’re a college student or you’re the parent of one, there are spring or summer break opportunities that let you or your child do good, and sometimes even travel.
If you would like to help the victims of the Sandy Hook shootings, there are many ways you can show support, even if money is tight.
Instead of engaging in the endless pursuit of wealth, in order to live a full life promised to us – we should be focusing on living a generous lifestyle.
With the holiday season in full swing, it’s easy to get caught up in all the consumerism. The true spirit of the season is in giving. Here are 5 ways you can give back this year.
This holiday season, there are some great ways to teach your children about helping out those less fortunate. One is by donating to organizations that help other children.
When you’re giving in order to receive recognition, it will more often than not lead to disappointment. We need to give out of love, and out of a sense of gratitude for what God has done for us.
God has given us a template by which we can help our broken world, the tithe. While we don’t need to follow strict rules like the Israelites did, looking to that example can help us in our own giving.
Looking at your finances through the paradigm of stewardship profoundly affect how you manage your personal economy and respond to perceived risks
Is there such a thing as giving too much, and can giving become a detriment to your life?
Do you find yourself short on time and money and fail to find a way to give back to the community? Here’s my plan to fix it.
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.