Have you ever considered the generosity of God’s grace? His grace was shown when He sent Jesus to die for us, when we died, were buried and raised with Him to new life. When we begin to understand grace, it begins to trickle down into every area of our lives. However, one of the last areas can be our finances, especially our giving. Grace is to be our guide here too. Let me continue by saying. “Generous giving is an act of grace, not law”. Obligatory giving is an act of law, not grace. Three times in 2 Corinthians 8:1-24, generous giving by grace is described as an “act of grace”. This means that you are a generous person in Christ not because you give but you give because it’s who you are in Him. I share this as a little-known truth about your identity in Christ to encourage you. I also share it to give you an opportunity to make a difference in individuals, marriages, and teens.
We have people seeking us out all over the USA from 27 states. 30% of them are pastors! We’ve never had so many people reaching out to us every week. All of them are hurting and are searching for God’s answer. We are able to be there for them because GLI lives by faith financially, trusting God to provide for the ministry. In fact, we don’t turn people away because of their financial situation. If you have already experienced healing, hope, and freedom through GLI, you may want to pay it forward to those who need help now.
We currently need $10,000 to meet this need. Would you give a one-time, quarterly, or monthly gift to help hurting people? The most convenient way is to give securely here or to send a check to Grace Life International, 1337 Hundred Oaks Drive EE, Charlotte, NC 28217. You can also dedicate your gift to someone special to you. If you can’t give right now, you can pledge an amount by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for expressing your generous identity in Christ by giving generously to help others!