“Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God which He has given you.” (Deuteronomy 16:17) “…Send your treasures to the heavenly storage room. Deposit your wealth in God’s Bank, distributing it to the poor, the orphans and the widows, so that you can receive a million […]
Tag Archives | philanthropy
It’s all too easy to judge the very well to do or to assume that they have little interest in God or the Church. Here’s insight into an aspect of their spiritual life.
Time and again, capital campaigns prove to be the vehicle to raise significant funds and achieve unprecedented giving.
Orthodox Christians Dr. P. Roy and Diane Vagelos generously share their wealth to help others.
Orthodox Christians exercise philanthropy but the church fails to successfully compete with universities and other charities.
Read how other charities are participating in the rapid rise of giving in the first half of 2015.
This article posits an interesting theory: it is not a happy life that prompts generosity. Rather, it is generosity that brings joy, purpose and abundance to life.
See to whom and for what the very wealthy give.
When we stretch out our hand to help the needy, we reach toward God.
Good stewardship needs to be reconfigured in every phase of life and for every phase of life.
This posting takes the reader to the Stewardship Advocates Pinterest site for general information on the subject of philanthropy.
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