God loves a cheerful giver 2 Corinthians 9:6-7. Generosity is a way of life not just something you do. Your heart matters more to God than the amount of money you give. Yes, it is important to give and to use God’s resources that He has given you for His purposes.
That is why Jesus said,
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” Matthew 6:21
A great way to begin practicing joyful generosity with our wealth is with 10% since that was spoken of in the Old Testament as a starting point for giving to God. However, it is not required. As you pray under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, we believe God will lead you to give what He has placed on your heart toward the goal of joyful and sacrificial generosity.
Together we have a shared mission! God has called us to multiply disciples in the St. Croix Valley. Your gifts help us organize ways to fulfill our mission.
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Ways to give.
You can give a variety of ways!
- In-services on Sunday via giving envelope.
- Online gifts (recurring and one-time gifts)
- Stock giving. Email us for details.
How do I setup recurring gifts?
To set-up automatic recurring gifts, use your myRockpoint Account. Click here to learn more and activate your account.
How much do I give?
Jesus measured generosity by the condition of the giver’s heart. It's not about how much you give, but that you give joyfully. In the Old Testament, the Bible modeled for us to give 10 percent of our income. You may want to start with more or less.
Can I designate my gift?
The church staff and board carefully consider how our funds will be distributed among our ministries in a way that keeps our mission and most important values at the forefront. You are able to designate your donation towards a specific ministry or purpose using the designations online or noting it on your offering envelope.
Where do my gifts go?
Worship. Kids. Adults. Missions. Students. Your support pays for the campus, resources and materials needed for ministry and also employs the people who oversee, manage, equip and work alongside others to accomplish the work we feel called to.
Where do I find my giving statements?
*Rockpoint Church is committed to financial integrity and complies with the ECFA Standards of Responsible Stewardship which are drawn from Scripture, and fundamental to operating with integrity.