Orginally published on Tuesday, November 07, 2006 at 6:21 AM
by Todd Rhoades
We've discussed the 'returning of tithes' a couple times here at MMI; but LifeChurch.tv is taking a little different spin on the idea. This is the first time I've seen this type of thing where the deal is spelled out beforehand. Take a look at the agreement... you must be a new tither; it must be documented; etc. What do you think? Could/would you try this in your church?
1. I understand that this form must be completed and received by the LifeChurch.tv Finance Team prior to the beginning of the Three-Month Tithe Challenge Period.
2. I understand that my household qualifies for participation because we have not been tithing for the last six months.
3. I understand that if paid at a physical LifeChurch.tv Campus, my tithe must be paid by check, or by completed offering envelope, so that my tithe can be properly credited.
4. I understand that I cannot seek a refund prior to the end of the Three-Month Tithing Challenge Period, and that I cannot seek a refund for any contributions made prior to the beginning of the Three-Month Tithing Challenge Period.
5. I understand that any request for refund must be received by the Finance Team within 30 days of the end of the Three-Month Tithing Challenge Period.
6. I understand that I must log in prior to paying my tithe online, so that my tithe can be properly credited.
7. I would like to test God’s faithfulness by accepting the Three-Month Tithe Challenge. I agree that for the three-month period I state below, my household will contribute to God, through LifeChurch.tv, a tithe equal to 10% of our income. At the end of the three-month period, if I am not convinced of God’s faithfulness to bless my life as a result of my obedience to His Word, then I will be entitled to request a refund of the full amount of contributions made during that 90-day period.
Here are a couple of other posts we’ve done in the past that are similar…
So… what do you think on this one?
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