Great question. Truth is, there are a ton of answers. But we’ll start with these:
GENEROSITY FREES US TO LIVE PURPOSEFUL LIVES.
When we live life open-handedly, we are no longer bound to things on this earth that will pass away.
GENEROSITY MAKES DISCIPLES
When we give willingly to others, our neighbors notice.
GENEROSITY FOLLOWS THE EXAMPLE OF JESUS
He emphasizes blessing the poor, and He gave His own life knowing that we could never repay Him.
Throughout December, give to fund local generosity through trusted partners to help those in our communities who are in need.
Ministry Grants invites our own RADIUS partners to apply for yearly grants to support their own specific projects, programs, or their personal ministry.
We believe that our generosity can best meets real needs when we can work in partnership with organizations who are better equipped to help meet real needs in our communities and around the world.
As we plant churches, help us move on future opportunities to put down physical roots in our communities to better reach those that live there and serve a community’s long-term good.
When you live generously and give through RADIUS Church, your dollars go directly to supporting the mission and vision of our church.
Please select one of our campuses below to make a contribution.
Generosity without boundaries can simply become reckless.
We’ve listed three ways below that keep us accountable as we give. Watch the video to hear more.
We want to make sure that needs are met in the best way possible. We are not afraid to use partners or intermediaries as conduits to get resources where they need to go as long as the need is being met.
We want to meet more than financial needs. Our hope is to have enough relationship to meet spiritual needs. While financial generosity often opens the door to spiritual conversations, we want to make sure that we have enough relationship to engage in those conversations.
We don’t give with a bunch of fanfare. We share and exercise generosity not for public relations, but in order that we might earn the opportunity to share the good news of Jesus. We are sowing seeds of generosity not for immediate gratification, but as investments in eternity.
Generosity extends beyond finances. It includes our service to the church, our hospitality to our friends and neighbors, and the way we hold life open-handedly. As we seek to glorify God together, living generously as a church family is a core practice that helps us model Jesus to our neighbors.