If you’re a Christian, God has given you at least one spiritual gift. And those gifts aren’t just for your own benefit; their purpose is to bless entire Body of Christ. We take offering’s at seattlerevival.com to help spread the word. We don’t pay salaries here and all of the finances you donate are used for bare expenses. When you discover your spiritual gift(s) and use them in your local church, you’ll see amazing growth take place for everyone in your congregation.
Discover your Gift’s and help us bring revival to Seattle.
Don’t abuse the gifts. Never use a spiritual gift to acquire personal power, gain wealth, take revenge, or exploit fellow believers. Don’t exalt any particular type of gift over another; realize that in God’s eyes, all are equally valuable. Don’t project a gift you have onto another person to whom God may not have given that specific gift. Give other people the freedom to exercise their own unique gifts.
Discover your unique gifts. Remember that there are four prerequisites to discovering your gifts: You have to be a Christian, you have to believe in spiritual gifts, you have to be willing to do the work necessary to use your spiritual gifts, and you have to pray for God’s guidance. Explore the possibilities by studying what the Bible says about spiritual gifts, learning your church’s position on spiritual gifts and how to use them in ministry, read what Christian authors have to say on the subject, talk to people who are already using their spiritual gifts, and discuss with friends and family what you think your gifts might be. Then experiment with as many gifts as you can by looking for needs in your church and trying to meet them.
Through the process, take note of what gifts you seem to have – and those you seem not to have. Examine your feelings to see if the work you’re trying out excites you or not (ministry that makes use of one of your spiritual gifts should excite you). Evaluate your effectiveness by seeing if your church gets positive results from your work. Know that when true gifts are in operation, whatever is supposed to happen through them will happen. Look for confirmation from other people in your congregation that you have (or don’t have) particular spiritual gifts.
Pray. Yes! Pray. We are grateful for your financial support, but above all, we treasure and value your prayers. Agree with us in prayer as we pray for this ministry that Jesus continues to provide for us.We are grateful for your financial support, but above all, we treasure and value your prayers. Agree with us in prayer as we pray for this ministry that Jesus continues to provide for us.
Volunteer. Become a volunteer staff member while enjoying our Thursday services. We have services every Thursday night and we are in need of Prayer Warriors, Ushers, and staff. Please email email@example.com if you are interested.
Give with your Finances and help us reach Seattle with the word of God.
Love means giving, caring, and helping the body of Christ and Giving is Biblical.
Long before offerings were a practice of the Israelite people, Cain and Abel, the second generation of the human race, brought an offering to the Lord. The Lord blessed Abel’s offering, but rejected Cain’s. Abel brought the “firstborn of his flock,” while Cain brought “some of the fruits of the soil” as an offering. God wants to be first. The following scriptures show how tithing is biblical.