Pathways to Generosity

No one kicks a soccer ball to be a better kicker of soccer balls. We kick soccer balls to be better soccer players.

No one spends hours at a piano to be better at pressing keys, we practice music to be better musicians.

The things we practice repeatedly determine the people we are becoming. Even though we know this on some level, we don’t always practice it. Take generosity: the only way to become a generous person is to consistently practice generosity. In reality, that means we make plans in advance and follow through on giving away our money. Christians have practiced this for centuries and sustained churches and ministries to do the powerful work of God’s Kingdom all over the world. DCPC is no different and we want to invite our middle and high school youth to be generous people as well. Find out how with this introduction by Ed Wadsworth, a member of our stewardship committee: