What does it mean to live a generous life? When we are truly generous, we are open-handed with God and with others — just as God is for us.

Psalm 145:16 says of God, "You open your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing."

To live close-handed means to fight for control, but to live open-handed in the areas of family, finances, work, and time, means that we relinquish control to God in an act of surrender and trust in Him. Oftentimes, God blesses us with abundance in the areas where we live generously.

Now, as one church family, we are taking steps of generosity together in each of these areas!

If you are visiting this page, you’ve likely heard messages in our brand new series, “Next: Steps Toward a Generous Life.” In week two of this series, Pastor Jason spoke of financial generosity and what we are hoping to accomplish as a church.

Here's a quick breakdown:

Community Initiatives: $40,000
Campus Initiatives: $43,000
Congregational Initiatives: $150,000
Total: $233,000

Below, you’ll find a listing of these initiatives that we’d love for you to prayerfully consider partnering with us on. To begin investing in these opportunities with us, click the button below! We thank you in advance for your support and for choosing generosity!

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Community Initiatives

Your investment will support the identified needs of several of our local school administrators by partnering in Positive Behavior Interventions and Support programs, social/emotional/coping and addiction support programs, as well as special needs student’s playground development.

Vickery Mill

•Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS): Launching a school store where students can use the PBIS points they earn to purchase prizes of their choice. There is an opportunity for us to make donations for the store.

Hembree Springs

•Designs are in place for a new playground that will support special needs students. Funding is needed to support the final cost of this project.

Crabapple Middle School

•PBIS also launching a school store. The financial support can include the cost of the build-out of the store itself and/or support for donations.

Roswell High

•Your investment in our ministry will also help Pathway to Life, a recent partnership designed to support students who are dealing with social, emotional, coping and addiction issues.

Campus Initiatives

Your investment will support an improvement in campus safety, as we repair and update our back stairwell, and will give us the chance to replace several heating and air conditioning units throughout the campus (many are over 20 years old).

Congregational Initiatives

Your investment will not only help us match our December year-end finish from a year ago but will create positive momentum for the ministry as we head into 2024.