Generosity is a better way to live
The relentless generosity that God shows us should be
reflected in our growing generosity toward others.
There is a life that we were made for—it’s a life that is always expanding, always deepening, and always growing. This life is only found in Jesus and only experienced as we follow Jesus. This is especially true in the area of generosity. The relentless generosity that God shows to us should be reflected in our growing generosity toward others.
We’ve identified four stages of a growing generous life. These stages simply give each of us a way to think about our personal expression of generosity and how God is inviting us to grow in this area.
When you give to Eastern Hills, your generosity fuels the mission of helping people experience the truth that Jesus makes life better. You’re a part of creating environments for kids, students, and adults to hear the message of who Jesus is and how it can make a difference in their lives—both for today and forever.
Your giving also goes toward our support of the ministry partners we work with both here in the Denver metro area and around the world. We believe that when we give in practical ways to those who have real, tangible needs, we are an extension of the love and compassion of Jesus. The love of Jesus shouldn’t be only a spiritual reality—it should bring real change to real people’s lives. That’s why we partner with organizations like Sox Place, Villages of Hope in Zambia, Restoration Outreach Project, Delores Project. It’s also why we give away over a thousand meals at Thanksgiving, provide ultra-low cost Christmas presents through our Christmas Store, and serve families with food and clothing every month through our Marketplace Ministry.
All of those things only happen because of people like you. When you give, you’re a part of all of those things.
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