Why We Give - The biblical plan for the support of the work of God is by the tithes and offerings of His people. The Lord says, “Bring all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be food in My house” (Mal. 3:10). Stewardship Christians are God’s stewards, entrusted with His goods and, as His partners, responsible to manage them in harmony with His guidelines and principles. The divine counsel is that as His stewards, we are to “be found faithful” (1 Cor. 4:2). Though the question of stewardship covers many aspects of Christian life and experience, without doubt the stewardship of our means is vitally important. It concerns the entire Church family and involves our recognition of the sovereignty of God, His ownership of all things, and the bestowal of His grace upon our hearts. While this aspect of Christian stewardship concerns our material possessions, it nevertheless reacts upon our Christian experience. … Our yielding obedience to what our heavenly Father requires places this phase of stewardship upon a high spiritual plane. He does not arbitrarily demand either that we serve Him or that we recognize Him with our gifts. But He has so arranged that when we work in harmony with Him in our [giving] there will flow to our own hearts great spiritual blessings.(excerpt from Church Manual, Chapter 11, Finances, 2015 ed. )
Online Giving - This is the official online giving website portal for the Seventh-day Adventist Church tithe and offerings.
What are the Weekly Designated Church Offering Purposes?
What is the Adventist Missions 13th Sabbath Offering History and Purpose of the 13th Sabbath Offering
The Current 13th Sabbath quarterly mission projects information