“A generous person will prosper”


Developing a Generous Lifestyle in 90 Days
What Is The Generosity Journey?

It's a 90-day intentional process to help you grow in the grace of giving. Tithing (returning 10% of your gross income to God) is a starting point.

Who Is It For?

The Journey is for EVERYONE! If you're presently tithing, consider stretching your faith by giving an additional 2% above your current level of giving. If you have yet to start tithing, the Journey is an on-ramp to this biblical practice.

When Does It Take Place?

The Generosity Journey takes place from March 14 through June 12, 2022. But that's only the beginning! This Journey is designed to launch you into a lifestyle of generosity.

How Does It Work?

By following these three easy steps, you can develop a healthy financial life while practicing generosity.


Register for the journey and commit to tithing 10% of your gross income for 90 days. If you already tithe, commit to giving an additional two (2) percent above your giving level.

Enjoy the Resources

We've provided a whole host of resources to help you build wealth and generosity. We will walk with you through this 90-day period with biweekly blogs (every other week) and financial coaching.


The reward of being financially healthy while embarking on a lifestyle of generosity is quite fulfilling. Record what God has done in your life through these 90 days and share your story with us.

Generosity starts in the heart! God used tithing with His ancient people and continues to use it with His modern-day people as an on-ramp to practicing generosity. So when you tithe (the biblical practice of giving 10% of your gross income to God through the local church), you are demonstrating a trust in God and a willingness to partner with Him financially.

Now, we get that the idea of growing in generosity can feel daunting, but if you're going to increase your capacity for God's blessing, what better way than to partner with Him! Through His word, He promises to protect and bless the 90% when you separate the 10% for Him through the local church.

To determine your starting point, use the following Generosity Calculator to pinpoint your tithe.

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What Resources Are Available to Me When I Register?

By registering, you're notifying us of this important step you're taking, which allows us to equip you with the following free, exclusive resources for the Journey:

A free e-book by Dr. David Ireland
The Generosity Journey Monthly Budget Planner
Biweekly financial tips to help you increase your wealth
Expert coaching from our Financial Empowerment Ministry

Your part is to commit to return at least 10% of your gross income to God for 90 days through giving at your local campus or by giving online. Then you can be like countless others who experience God’s blessings when they tithe.

The first step can feel scary, but building up your faith requires action … so, are you ready to start your journey?


I Tithe … Now What?

Already a Tither? Great! Then your journey begins right where you are. By choosing to give an additional 2% above your current level of giving for the next 90 days, you will be excelling in the grace of giving (2 Corinthians 8:7). This level of generosity might very well become your new normal after the Journey.

Messages on Generosity

The Generosity Journey

Generosity Defined

Leaving a Legacy

Leaving a Legacy Gift


  1. Why should I practice generosity?

    Practicing generosity is a habit of those who live open-handedly with God, by allowing Him access to every area of their life (Isaiah 32:8).

  2. What are some of the major benefits of living generously?

    God promises to bless generous people, as it is an indication of the love of God in your life (Proverbs 22:9; 1 John 3:17).

  3. How often should I be generous?

    Generosity is not a moment, or an event, but rather a lifestyle (Psalm 112:5).

  4. Why does God challenge us to be generous?

    God challenges us to live generously because He takes great pleasure when we are intentional about being considerate towards others (Hebrews 13:16).

  5. What is tithing?

    The word tithe means “tenth.” Tithing is the biblical practice of giving the first 10% of your income to God through the local church (Malachi 3:10; Matthew 23:23; 1 Corinthians 16:1-2). It demonstrates your trust in God and your willingness to partner with Him financially.

  6. Why should I give above the tithe?

    Giving above the tithe ensures that we are growing in the grace of giving (2 Corinthians 8:7).

  7. Where do I give my tithe?

    The tithe is to be given to the Lord through your home church. If you’re between churches, you should tithe where you are being fed spiritually. The tithe goes to the local church—God’s house (Malachi 3:10; 1 Corinthians 16:1-2).

  8. Are we to tithe since we’re under grace (the New Testament era) and no longer under the Law or the Old Testament?

    Yes, we’re under grace. Tithing occurred before the Law (Genesis 14:18-20, 28:20-22), was an Old Testament practice (Leviticus 27:30-33) and is also enjoyed under grace, as taught in the New Testament (Matthew 23:23; Hebrews 7:8). Proportionate giving is tithing (1 Corinthians 16:1-2).

  9. What did Jesus teach about tithing?

    Jesus taught that tithing starts in the heart and not with your money. Obedience to all Christian virtues like justice, mercy and faithfulness begins in the heart (Matthew 23:23).

  10. What should I do if my spouse is against tithing?

    Strive to keep peace in your home. If you do not work and the entire household income comes from your mate, don’t insist on tithing from that source. However, if you receive a portion as your allowance, tithe from that amount. You may also invite your spouse to take The Generosity Journey as a means of developing their faith in God’s ability to provide (Psalm 133:1).

  11. Is it okay to pause from tithing during tough financial times?

    No place in Scripture is that suggested or mentioned. Tithing is a way of maintaining the principle: God is first in my life. Many who have taken a break from tithing because of debt, have commented how their finances only grew worse by not tithing. Tithing was created for your benefit (Malachi 3:6-12)!

  12. What happens if I don’t tithe?

    Your salvation is secure; it’s not in jeopardy (John 10:28). Your disobedience will cause you, however, to miss out on God’s miraculous means of providing for you and your family (Deuteronomy 28:1-14).

  13. Do I have to stop tithing after the 90 days are over?

    No. The purpose of the 90 days is to help you develop the habits that God calls you to practice as an ongoing lifestyle.

Are You Ready?

Before you go on your journey, let’s come together in agreement on these three simple statements:

  1. I want to experience God’s faithfulness in this area of my life by accepting The Generosity Journey. The 90-Day period begins on March 14, 2022 (or the first day I contribute my tithe) and goes through June 12, 2022 (or 90 days after I begin tithing). But this is only the beginning of what is designed to become a lifestyle of growing in giving!
  2. I commit to return at least 10% of my gross income to God (or at least 2% above my current giving level if I’m already a tither) for a minimum of 90 days by giving at my local campus or online.
  3. When God blesses me through this journey, I will share the news with my Christ Church family about the blessings I received during the 90 days.