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Overcoming A Poverty Mindset In The Church

Have you ever heard…(or said) I work so hard, but still can’t make ends meet. If the economy would turn around, I might have a chance. You don’t understand what it is like to struggle.  It’s the story of my life! If I ever have any extra, I’ll be the first to give back and […]

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Practical Tips for Everyday Generosity

The following article was originally published at – We need to make something clear at the beginning of this post.  We believe that the practice of generosity helps us become more like Jesus.  It is an imitation of Him.  It is a non-negotiable of being a disciple (one who learns from the ways of […]

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The Most Enormous Little Subject In the Bible

Generosity feels like such a small topic. It feels small in terms of annual preaching and in terms of overall impact on the church. I mean, honestly, it is important for people to give…but is it really important for church leaders to take a long, hard look at generosity? Is there even enough Biblical material […]

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10 Simple Ways to Become a More Generous Person

There are very few people who don’t like the idea of generosity. We are indeed a species that loves to help others and confront needs when we see them. Unfortunately, there are also very few people who are content with the level of generosity in their lives. Most people I know wish they were able […]

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How Much Would I Give Away If…

Let me ask you a provocative question, “How much would you give if you knew Jesus was coming back this time next year?” Please know that I don’t have any insider information by asking the question. But this question does open the door for us to honestly evaluate both our hearts and our motives regarding […]

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Fiscal Cliff Notes: Highlights For Gift Planners

Here are the highlights for gift planners: Highest marginal income tax rates for single taxpayers making over $400,000 or married filing jointly taxpayers making over $450,000 moves to 39.6%. Impact On Planned Givers: To the extent that the greater tax savings from taking a deduction against a higher rate means an increased incentive to give, there’s a […]

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Celebrate Generosity In Memphis 2013

The Hope Foundation is proud to announce our annual luncheon with a focus on generosity in Memphis. Celebrate Generosity In Memphis 2013 Tuesday, March 5th, 11:30 – 1 p.m. Holiday Inn Ballroom, University of Memphis Campus [map] Last year’s event welcomed Shane Stanford from Christ Methodist Church as our keynote speaker to inspire over 400 of […]

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Non-Profit Spotlight: Memphis New Leaders

Memphis New Leaders Transforming public education through outstanding leadership Every day Memphis New Leaders inspire teachers, motivate students, engage parents, and involve the community as they seek “to ensure high academic achievement for all children, especially students in poverty and students of color.”  Memphis New Leaders serve as principals and assistant principals in Memphis’s […]

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Ministry Spotlight: Memphis Teen Challenge Expands

Brother Cameron came to Memphis Teen Challenge broken and homeless. Crack cocaine had taken everything from him. His family had disowned him and his friends had abandoned him. Cameron came to Teen Challenge in need of a change. While in their residential program, Cameron rededicated his life to Christ at one of the ministry services. […]

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When Helping Hurts Seminar

Please join us on Saturday, October 27th for a Helping Without Hurting Seminar! This seminar is based on the paradigm-shifting book When Helping Hurts and will be presented by co-author of the book Dr. Brian Fikkert. This seminar is hosted by the Hope Foundation and Second Presbyterian Church – Mission Memphis. Register: Location: Fellowship Hall at Second Presbyterian Church, 4055 […]

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