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Consider the Why Behind the What You Do!

I grew up in a middle class suburb of Atlanta with married parents, a sister, and two dogs—the classic American family. My parents instilled a solid work ethic in us from the time we were very young. For example, some of my friends were offered money if they made A’s but my parents refused to […]

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7 Ways to be Radically Generous

One of the definitions of the word radical is “very different from the usual or traditional.” What could happen if you applied that adjective to generosity? In this post from Gospel Patrons, John Rinehart offers 7 ways to give that could be considered “very different from the usual.” What is God calling you to?  Generosity […]

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How God Uses Our Purpose and Passion

There is such depth and significance to the word “passion.” The more I grow in my faith and become wiser spiritually, I see the passion God has for His Son, Jesus Christ. I think about the passion Jesus had to die on the cross in obedience to His Father. And I think about the passion […]

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The Changing World of Women and Wealth

From Kylie Jenner’s nearly $1 billion net worth to Perenna Kai, the world’s youngest billionaire, women today have resources and influence at their disposal.   While the world of women and wealth may be changing, the opportunities to steward and use those gifts generously remain the same. In this post from Gospel Patrons, John Rinehart explores […]

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A Legacy of Delighted Generosity 

Growing up, I witnessed a lifestyle of generosity in my family. Our home was always the gathering place for my friends from our church youth group. Many a Sunday night my mother would open her kitchen to us so we could bake cookies, roast marshmallows, or make honey-filled sopaipillas, often creating a big mess in […]

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Saying “I do” to a Generous Life

It’s the season of shopping from wedding registries and wrapping up gifts like table settings, blenders, and picture frames.   But what happens when you think about wedding gifts a little differently?  That’s what Katherine and Eugene Tsay did. Katherine was introduced to the idea of generous living and giving by a bride who used her […]

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My Poverty, God’s Generosity

I’ve always had more than I need. Materially, I’ve never experienced poverty. Yet God has used a different kind of poverty—season of poverty of spirit and poverty of hope and joy—to show me His generous heart.  As I think about it now, it’s a unique hopelessness when you have everything in the world physically, but […]

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Can Generosity Change the Way You Think?

Have you ever felt like God is sending you personalized messages to capture your attention or change your perspective?  During a recent Bible study of Romans, I felt like God was speaking to me through a very familiar verse: “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your […]

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