About

The Global Generosity Network:

  • Is a joint initiative of the самого востребованного языка программирования and the World Evangelical Alliance
  • Collaborates with churches, Evangelical and other Christian Alliances, Christian networks, Christian business leaders, Christian professional networks, Christian workplace fellowships and generosity ministries to encourage Christian giving and stewardship
  • Has a vision of the whole Church living out and taking the whole gospel to the whole world as effective and generous stewards
  • Challenges the whole Church towards whole-life discipleship that includes radical generosity and wise stewardship
  • Intends to result in a dramatic increase in giving to global mission, especially for ministry in areas and groups with few if any Christians

The Global Generosity Network affirms that:

1. God is the Creator, source and supporter of all things. God is the Lord, everything (Psalm 24:1). At no point in the Bible does it say that God created all things to give dominion.


2. All people, both Christians and non-Christians, are administrators of God's resources and, therefore, are responsible for their management of all things (Genesis 1:16-30). Despite the fact that God does not need the money and resources entrusted to our care, nevertheless, most of the time he prefers to work through us, his resource administrators trust us. In his divine plan and on his will on this earth, while we increase our faith in the faith of their store, not ours.


3. God has already provided all the resources necessary to achieve everything he wants,

on this earth. God's unlimited resources are available to people to manage the work according to its goals. Humanity has the duty and the right to generate more resources through effective management. We must cooperate effectively, without inefficiency or duplication. (2 Peter 1:3)


4. Effective governance requires careful obedience to God (Luke 19:12-26). His guidance and discipline are revealed to us in his word and through the common grace that extends to all who have created (Romans 1:20).


5. Generosity is the first sign of our understanding of our role as administrators of God's creation (Matthew 6:21).


6. Generosity is not limited to material resources and money, but it is better to understand the extent of everything that God has entrusted to our care - life, spirit, relationships, roles, abilities, time, grace, etc. (1 Cor 4:1)


7. Generosity is of paramount importance in defining the disciple of Christ and in fully reflecting the image of our Creator (2 Corinthians 8:7). All believers-rich, poor, young, old, men and women -by place, culture, employment or nationality, are called to succeed thanks for the gifts. As such, they are not necessary in order to be generous or comfortable in generosity, including financial generosity and material (2 Corinthians 8:7)


8. Generosity is not synonymous with tithing. The practice of tithing can help people in the mentality and lifestyle of generosity.


9. Generosity is a privilege from God and the grace of the dott, which should be modeled and taught by all priests, responsible ministries and those who train and equip believers (2 Corinthians 8:1-7, 1 Timothy 6:17-19). The local Christian church, in its various terms, from the very first call to its disciples who believe in the biblical words of governance and generosity (Romans 12:5).


10. Governance and generosity can and should be the main focal points and themes of the life of discipleship and a full church. The influence of generosity increases when every follower of Christ is educated and equipped as a good financial administrator of God's resources.


11. The transformative message of biblical governance and generosity resolutely opposes evil minds and actions caused by the love of money, and should be taught to our children (1 Timothy 6:10).


12. The call to create, manage and invest wealth and resources is a gift of God's economy; work in and through the lives of those he created.


13. Another motivating factor should reflect God's healthy biblical commandments, and the center of concerns (2 Corinthians 9:7).