A CULTURE OF GENEROSITY

 Our church community believes living in the way of Jesus is inclusive of every area of our lives.  We are taught a model of radical generosity through the Bible that extends into the area of finance.  It is our belief that all we have comes from God and it is our privilege to honor him through this practice.

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WHY WE GIVE

The Bible teaches us to wisely steward all we have been given. This means we are held accountable for what we have. Paul instructed the early church in Corinth to grow in generosity toward God and others.  We believe this instruction was not only for the early church but for all of us today. The result of financial generosity does a number of things in and through us such as: blessing others, fighting materialism, the re-orienting of our hearts, building our faith, and embracing contentment.

 

 

WHAT IS TITHING?

We believe radical generosity starts with the tithe. Tithe is a Biblical principle meaning “tenth” that refers to the first 10% of our income giving back. We believe this counter-cultural practice honors God, supports the work of the local church, and meets tangible needs beyond our walls. The Bible teaches that tithing is a reminder that God is the supplier of everything. It teaches us to put God first in every area of our lives.

 

TEXT TO GIVE

 Simply text the keyword give and any amount (Give $100) to 913-245-0039.
If it’s your first time giving via text, you’ll receive a response, which will include a link to a one-time registration form. Fill out the registration form and save this number for future donations.

CLICK TO GIVE VIA TEXT

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MOBILE GIVING

Giving online has never been easier. You can use this widget to set up a one time gift, or a recurring one, and only fill in your credit card information once. 


We are proud to be an accredited member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA.org), a national non-profit accreditation agency with the highest standards of financial integrity and accountability.

 
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