For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.
- Matthew 6:21
Why we give.
God is generous and so he calls us to be as well. What we do with what God has given us shows the world where our hearts are at and helps proclaim the gospel. We want to glorify God with every area of our lives, and that includes what we do with our finances.
What Happens When You Give?
Where does TSNBChurch get its money?
Our support comes from people who tithe (giving back to God 10% of earnings) and from the free-willed offerings of attendees. It is normal for anyone that calls TSNBChurch “home” to support the church financially. We do not have a few individuals funding everything. Without everyone contributing, TSNBChurch doesn’t happen. (Acts. 4:32-34)
Tithing is OUR (Body of Christ) Act of Faith that loudly proclaims to the World that WE believe JESUS LIVES! (Hebrews 7:8)
Which funds can I contribute to?
You are able to make online contributions to the general operating fund of TSNBChurch. Should you have a desire to make a contribution in excess of your normal giving to a specific fund such as Cross Worship or Life Youth, please here or contact Gail Phoenix at 513-631-9164 or email@example.com.
How is my information secure?
When you are entering and sending online giving information, you are using secure servers. All of your information is encrypted prior to being transferred. There is no stronger form of protection than encryption and by doing this, we eliminate the possibility that someone might “tap” the line and extract your personal data from it. You should also know that no staff at TSNBChurch will have access to your account numbers.
How can I change or stop my giving amount?
Before you can give online, you will be required to set up an account. You will have the ability to log into this account at any time and make the necessary changes. You can also contact Gail Phoenix (513) 631-9164 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help making changes to your account.
How Much Is Your Tithe?
Enter the amount you were paid before taxes or anything else was taken out of your paycheck.