Category Archives: Generosity

The Lord’s calf is dead

I have bad news to give you. The Lord’s calf is dead. Continue reading

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An unexpected gift for a Solider

Here’s a very touching and inspiring story of an unexpected encounter between a young boy and a US Lieutenant Colonel.
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10 principles for giving

“There ought to be things we should like to do and cannot do because our charitable expenditures excludes them.” (C. S. Lewis Continue reading

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Bitterness – a self-justifying emotional drug

There are good reasons for the Scripture that says, “Look after each other so that none of you fails to receive the grace of God. Watch out that no poisonous root of bitterness grows up to trouble you, corrupting many” … Continue reading

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Great opportunities; limited resources

  Sometimes I feel like the title of this post has been my reality for the past 30 years of pastoral ministry. I realize that God provides and I’ve witnessed some of His amazing provisions! But my heart is always … Continue reading

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Focused prayer for billionaires

  I created a new page on my blog that reflects a focus I give in my prayers. Certain individuals are blessed with unimaginable wealth and I pray that they will use it to help others. The Psalmist offered needed perspective … Continue reading

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What is your attitude toward giving?

  “During the lean years of minimal salary, it would have been easy and was tempting to argue that our sacrifice in not pursuing a more lucrative path of life should count for at least part of our giving.”   _____________________________________________________________________________________________________  … Continue reading

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