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May 18, 2009


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John Lunt

Great post and one that challenges and I suspect scares the living dayligths out of people. As a new creation we may be geared to generosity because the Spirit of the Lord is in us, but our flesh is geared in other ways.

But there are believers beginning to take stock and look at our own hearts. The scripture says where our treasure is there are heart is also.

I don't believe so much in tithing, but in giving...and it is substanitally more than tithing....but if every believer actually tithed there would be a lot of resources for both expanding the Kingdom and relieving suffering in the world.

Some of us will be exploring a lot of this at a conference and roundtable in Arlington Texas this July. If you are interested in participating the information can be found at


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"Cultivating spiritual intimacy is essential for leaders to live a vibrant missional life."— Gary Rohrmayer


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