Researchers say the decline in charitable giving will continue if congregants don’t embrace Jesus’ teachings on the poor.
It might be old school of me, but I think there’s something important about giving in our place of worship.
Generosity is at the root of God’s love for us. Gratitude then ought to be at the root of our generosity.
The famous story of the widow’s two coins is not about a poor person’s generosity, but a rich religion’s corruption.
Nearly 85 percent of every dollar given in the U.S. has the potential to go to churches. We just have to learn how to ask for it.
A new survey finds Southern senior pastors take home the highest salaries.
My hope and faith dissipated along with our loss of income, family and friends.
Facing declining tithes and offerings, some churches are discovering the power of their theological imagination.
If being rich was a sign of God’s blessing, was going broke a sign of God’s curse?
Nowhere does the Bible say that one tax system is preferable to another, and to suggest that one kind of regime has divine sanction is irreverent.