Leadership, however great or small, is stewardship of the temporary influence we have. When we view our leadership as something for which we are accountable, we will be far less likely to leverage it for ourselves.
Be Rich is an annual generosity campaign to mobilize the church to extraordinary generosity and selfless service. The name is inspired by 1 Timothy 6:17–18: “Command those who are rich in this present world . . . to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share.”
Be Rich takes place in October. Each week of the campaign is dedicated to a call to action—a specific way we ask our attendees to be rich toward others.
- Give financially to help our nonprofit partners.
- Serve a nonprofit in your community.
- Love your neighbor by doing something thoughtful for someone.
We are excited to imagine the difference we could make—individually and collectively—as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.
Over the last seven months, COVID has brought about a different world than we are accustom to. Life is all about change, but how you respond determines how far you go. In the midst of change, we can either fight it, move with it, and/or learn from it. Sometimes we can become so busy in life, that we neglect God and those around us.
Friendships: Using your words and actions to show other’s that you care
Your Creator has no limits. Imagine what you could do because you were made in God’s image.
Becoming a Christian is easy. It won’t cost you anything. But Jesus never invited anyone to become a Christian. He invites us to follow.