Work toward creating a culture of gospel-centered generosity in your church with Genreous Life: a five-week stewardship emphasis co-created by Auxano and the Groups Ministry team at LifeWay. Generous Life will help all members of your church identify the type of giver they are and the kind of giver God is making them to be.
Generous Life provides 5 weeks of message outlines, adult group leader guides, youth group leader guides, children group leader guides, preschool leader guides, family devotionals and an optional media kit. Use all of the elements together for a church-wide emphasis, or individually as needed in your unique context.
Help your congregation mature in its understanding and application of giving with this three-week generosity emphasis co-created by smallgroup.com and Generosity by LifeWay. Get Ready will help adult members of your church more firmly grasp just how generous God is toward them and how their life can overflow with His generosity. This series is written to introduce the theme of generosity and is especially helpful when launching a new digital giving platform.
Help your congregation deepen its grasp of the relationship between giving and other spiritual disciplines with this four-week generosity emphasis co-created by smallgroup.com and Generosity by LifeWay. Soul Generosity will help adult members of your church be inspired as they discover the unique relationship between the generous God and those created in His image. Then learn to release His way of life through prayer, fasting, and giving.
This 4-week series, co-created by Generosity by LifeWay and Smallgroup.com, looks at several principles for God’s people as they work in the marketplace. Both our ability and our success at work come from God. God has set all of us up to succeed—not just for our benefit, but for a greater purpose. This series will discuss our calling in the workplace, God’s success, and His purposes for our work.
God Owns It All tackles the money question we all ask: How much is enough? The answer to this question is found in God’s Word.
With over four decades of experience in the financial-services industry, Ron Blue presents financial principles that are affirmed by the authority of Scripture and tested by the marketplace. He knows that God’s principles work and are needed in our finances.
These biblically based principles will equip us to approach money management and financial planning with freedom, generosity, contentment, and confidence. When we apply the biblical truths offered in this study, our finances will be ordered, our decisions will be simplified, and our experience will invite contentment in all areas of our lives.
We’ve all experienced moments of refreshment, fleeting experiences that give new strength and energy. After the moments fade, we’re back to the daily grind.
But a life refreshed? That’s a different story. What if we could enter each day reinvigorated by life’s adventure? God gives us the secret to energy, strength and joy. It’s life to the full, receiving the blessings and gifts of God and pouring them into others.
It’s Overflow – a life refreshed by generosity. These six sessions contain inspiring stories, spiritual wisdom, and practical ideas to cultivate a generous life.
Regular savings is wise. Careful spending is prudent. But giving generously is genius. It is the life that is truly life.
The Bible teaches us that generosity is the gateway to intimacy with God as we steward the Owner's resources to please Him.
In Genius of Generosity, pastor and author Chip Ingram provides motivation and practical application from Scripture to help each of us grow towards a life of greater giving.
Our gifts can please God and delight His heart. He notices! The Bible calls these kinds of gifts “acceptable,” and clearly shows that other gifts can be unacceptable. This is a very important concept, but it is often overlooked in teaching about giving. The very point of a gift is to delight the recipient. This 4-week series—co-created by Generosity by LifeWay and Smallgroup.com—explores four biblical truths that are revealed in both the Old and New Testaments and give light on how God views our giving.