“For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich.” -2 Corinthians 8:9, ESV

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“Freely you have received, freely give.” In a word, that’s why we give.

Which simply means that as radical disciples of Jesus growing in the grace of sacrificial generosity, everything we have is not really ours at all, but His, to be given and used as He leads us.

For generations, giving a tithe (10% of their gross income) so the local church can feed the poor and do the work of ministry has been the starting point of healthy giving. Cheerful, sacrificial generosity is the ultimate goal.

As the apostle Paul tells believers in Corinth:

“I want each of you to take plenty of time to think it over, and make up your own mind what you will give. That will protect you against sob stories and arm-twisting. God loves it when the giver delights in the giving.” -2 Corinthians 9:6-7, The Message

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Please make checks payable to Vineyard Christian Fellowship. Checks, cash, and money orders may be placed in the offering basket during Sunday services, in the burgundy tithe boxes in the sanctuary, or you may mail them to:
Vineyard Christian Fellowship
4950 N Bradley St.
Boise, ID 83714


Vineyard Boise’s Food Pantry is always accepting donations of non-perishable food items.  You may leave your items in the designated area located in the southwest corner of Heritage Hall (near Holy Grounds Coffee Bar) or arrange to drop them by the Barnabas Center Food Pantry.

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Practicing Generosity: Pastor Trevor Estes