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SERMONS & MEDIA ON GIVING

Our sermon ideas on Giving will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages to inspire your congregation to be generous with tithing and finances. Study sermon outlines about stewardship for a single sermon or an entire sermon series.


GIVING SERMON OUTLINES

by Miles McPherson

When Pastor Miles was a child, his mother used to take him and his siblings to church each Sunday. Each child was given an envelope with a coin to put in the offering. This was simply a starter kit to tithing, as she was teaching her children to give. In this series, we have learned that God is the source of all good gifts and that He gives to us that we may be...

by Eddie Snipes

Stewardship through tithing did not begin with the Mosaic Law, but as a part of Abraham's faithfulness to God. Abraham was well before the law. Abraham was the picture of justification by faith that points directly to our faith in Christ. Abraham was not justified by the law, but by trusting God. It is through Abraham's faith that the first tithe was given. The principle…

by Jim Henry

Give, and it will be given to you; good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, they will pour into your lap. For whatever measure you deal out to others, it will be dealt to you in return. I want to let it be clearly understood that I don't preach on stewardship every Sunday. But I do believe that stewardship is as much a part of...

by Stan Coffey

Well this morning we're going to be talking about faith for your finances. I know if you never have any financial problems then maybe you can listen to this message and help someone else out. But if you have financial problems, if you ever have financial need I think this message will be a blessing for you...

by Wayne Coleman

Be honest with me! In the past years of your Christian life experience, when you have heard the word stewardship, has your immediate reaction been more positive or more negative? Over the years has the negative factor grown? Does the word automatically bring to mind financial matters? Does the word seem to arouse a spirit of obligation on your part? Do the...

by Jeff Ginn

In a recent 20/20 broadcast (May 4, 2000), Diane Sawyer interviewed a young, freewheeling, self made billionaire named Mark Cuban. Cuban made his fortune in computer and Internet businesses. Nothing remarkable about that. But it is remarkable that he appears to have had such fun in his line of work. Mark Cuban is a man who is vibrantly alive and…

by Miles Seaborn

Money, in a sense, is life, because we spend all our lives getting it for the purpose of staying alive. Now money itself is amoral . . . it's not good, and it's not bad. But depending on how it is used, it either becomes good or bad. So money can cause either righteous or unrighteous ramifications in our lives. Thus, our concept of money becomes very important. For this study...

by Steve Jones

Today I want to talk about a church member's responsibility to contribute to the offering. I know there are a lot of ways to contribute to a church. We can contribute our time and our talent. But that does not co-opt our responsibility to contribute our money. Contributing to the offering is a part of church membership for three reasons...

by James Merritt

Dr. W. A. Criswell, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas, tells a humorous story one time of a man who was coming down to be baptized. When he got almost into the water he stopped and said, "Wait a minute, Dr. Criswell, I forgot to take out my billfold." Dr. Criswell said before he could say another word he jerked him into the water, baptized...

by Daniel Rodgers

Paul is writing to the Church at Colosse. Some of the believers there had fallen into heresy--the worshipping of angels, observing dietary laws, circumcision, etc. They were once again placing themselves under the Old Testament Law and the Sabbath. That's why he admonishes them in (2:16), "Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or…