The Generosity Challenge






We do not stumble into a life of financial generosity, because it is so easy to allow money to control our lives, but should create generosity goals subject to continuous improvement.

God gently invites us to change the focus from ourselves onto others, for “it is better to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35).  The more we remember how much we have received, the more we are inclined to give.  God is the supreme giver, and whenever we give we grow at God’s image.



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