THE GRACE OF GIVING

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The Grace Of Giving

Author : John Stott
ISBN : 9781598568738
Genre : Religion
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Giving generously, even sacrificially, is part of radical Christian discipleship. In this booklet, John Sott takes us through the Apostle Paul's teaching on giving. The Didasko Files RESOURCES FROM THE LAUSANNE MOVEMENT The Lausanne Movement is a confessional movement that seeks to articulate the role of today's Church. It links together evangelical movements around the world, and is the largest representative gathering of the Church. The Didasko Files is a growing series--that takes its name from the New Testament Greek verb didasko, meaning "I teach"--used by those involved with the Lausanne Movement. These books are meant to serve the world's Church by helping Christians to grow in their faith.
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The Grace Of Giving

Author : Stephen F. Olford
ISBN : 0825495652
Genre : Religion
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(Revised edition) A straightforward, encouraging, and practical discussion of the biblical imperatives for--and the immeasurable blessings of--generous financial stewardship.
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The Grace Of Giving

Author : Ché Ahn
ISBN : 9781441267931
Genre : Religion
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What does biblical prosperity have to do with giving? While it is clear from Scripture that God desires to prosper His children materially, the Word's emphasis is not on amassing personal wealth but on having a generous heart like the Father's. Ché Ahn believes that God desires to prosper His people, and that He will do so as they trust His grace to provide for their needs and seek to reflect His giving, blessing image. This happens as believers repent of the hindrances of mind and heart that motivate them to grasp at wealth in unhealthy and self-defeating ways. The Grace of Giving guides readers to tear down the idols of wealth and poverty and to flourish in God's presence and provision.
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Practicing Extravagant Generosity

Author : Robert Schnase
ISBN : 9781426746055
Genre : Religion
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An indispensable part of the Extravagant Generosity stewardship program, this volume, by Bishop Schnase, opens the Scriptures to show the joy and grace of giving. Designed to provide daily Bible reading for the four weeks of the program, it leads the reader to explore such questions as “Why do we give,” “Who benefits most from our giving,” and “Where does true contentment come from?” By reading and following this guide to the spiritual discipline of stewardship, church members will experience afresh the joy of serving God with their time, talents, and gifts. Additional program components (available seperately) include: An overview timeline, providing quick information on what happens during each week of the stewardship campaign. A guidebook for leaders that covers all aspects of the campaign, from detailed plans for each of the four Sunday services to marketing materials like flyers and postcards to e-mail messages and letters designed to be sent to specific groups within the congregation–all available on the enclosed CD-ROM. A small-group leader's guide to host Sunday school and other small groups during the program using the devotional book. A DVD with video segments for four group-study sessions and short clips for use in worship. The Extravagant Generosity kit is also available.
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The Grace Of Giving

Author : Robert Schnase
ISBN : 9781630883072
Genre : Religion
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Since the publication of Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations, these five practices have helped hundreds of congregations understand their mission, renew ministries, and stretch toward fruitfulness and excellence for the purpose of Christ. Now, each of the five practices has been broken out into 4-week small group studies called The Fruitful Living Series that provide an honest, practical, and winsome guide to the spiritual journey. In The Grace of Giving: The Practice of Extravagant Generosity we offer our material resources in a manner that supports the causes that transform life and relieve suffering and that enlarges the soul and sustains the spirit. We give back.
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Why Give

Author : John DeVries
ISBN : 0978855175
Genre : Fiction
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Why Give? employs a powerful and gripping metaphor for giving-that God created us to be like rivers. Devries points out that the Bible begins in Genesis and ends in Revelation with a picture of a river. "We are born again to be rivers" he explains, with life flowing in and out of us. Devries points out that our living and giving provides seven wonderful things to the world around us: the gift of Christ's presence, the power of Christ, the provisions of Christ,the perfection of Christ, the resurrection of Christ, the comfort of His eternal reign, and the comfort of Christ's return In these 40 days of daily meditations, Devries also make the case that giving unlocks God's infinite resources. If we give in order to get for ourselves, we succumb to the heretical "prosperity" doctrine. Instead, Devries explains, we give in order to get in order to give even more! The result of this kind of giving is joy-becoming more like God, experiencing sympathy for others, discovering God's infinite resources, feeling a renewed joy within, following Christ's example, connecting with the grace of God that inspires more giving and joy, and motivating others to give.
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Bring The Full Tithe

Author : William D. Watley
ISBN : 0817012303
Genre : Religion
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In this dynamic sermon series, Dr. Watley convincingly shows the biblical foundation for tithing.
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The Grace Of Giving

Author : Glenn T. Grosh
ISBN : 0615537170
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In The Grace of Giving Glenn Grosh shares the deeply personal story of a man who loves God and family yet struggled to trust God as his provider. Glenn takes you on his journey, through debt, fear and worry to a place of freedom and trust. This is a story of love, redemption and grace that suggests that true biblical giving flows out of relationship with Christ and spills out in generosity to others.
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Grace Of Giving

Author : Marja Meijers
ISBN : 9781617390784
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In Grace of Giving, The fourth book in this series, Marja Meijers answers these questions by taking an in-depth look at the commandment 'do not steal'. Marja offers a liberating and fresh insight on the eighth commandment as she shares how we can leave behind the way of the thief, which always cries for more, more, more. We are programmed to spend most of our lives accumulating possessions, whether they are the house, The car, The boat, The job, The money or the mate we desire. We think this will make us happier and give us a more fulfilled life. How can we shift that all-too-human attitude of gathering into an attitude of giving? in her known step-by-step method she slowly reveals the way of the Master, which is cheerful, abundant, and costly giving that will lead us into a life in all its fullness! Part of 'The Ten Commandments Series'
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