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 bachelorette party to host a Journey of Generosity. It changed Katherine’s life. So when it came time to plan their own wedding, she and Eugene decided that, in lieu of standard wedding gifts, they would request money to support ministries near to their hearts.
Watch their story—and share it with a bride or groom you know. You may just be giving the lasting gift of generosity.
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