Depending on which is more feasible for your situation, you can handle tithing with a fluctuating income in a couple of different ways. Some people choose to give exactly one-tenth or more of their earnings for each individual pay-period. Others estimate their total earnings for the year and give a portion of the total tithe each week or month throughout the year.
Every dollar given to LifeConnection Church General Fund is used to support the local and global mission of LifeConnection; therefore, gifts cannot be designated or restricted for use by a specific department or ministry.
Scripture doesn’t use the literal terms “net” or “gross”. It’s more important to note that the spirit in which we give is of greatest value to God. He tells us in 2 Corinthians 9 that “each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give; not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”
When you give online, you will have the several options to choose from in the drop down menu. General Fund giving directs funds towards LifeConnection's day to day operating budget.
Yes, you can specify whether you want your contribution made once, weekly, every two weeks, twice per month, monthly. You can set up scheduled contributions according to your preference.
Yes, you will receive a mid-year statement and an annual statement in January. You can also see your online giving history by clicking the “my giving” tab.
You can edit or delete a scheduled contribution at anytime, including the bank routing number, account number, date, fund, frequency and amount.
We've taken steps to ensure that the giving process is safe and secure from beginning to end. All of your giving data is secured by SSL encryption. SSL is an acronym for “Secure Socket Layer,” a security protocol that provides communications privacy over the Internet. It is the same technology used by banks and e-commerce companies such as Amazon.com to keep your information safe and secure during transactions.
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