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Give Back the Blessing 2017: Mongolia Global Church Movement

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Posted by Susan Buenger on

The Church in Mongolia is in decline. In 1991, when Communism fell, Christianity began to permeate the country. By 2010, there were 650 churches and 60,000 believers in the country. But the church was growing faster than it was raising up leaders, in part because pastors had to leave the ...

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Tags: gbtb

Give Back the Blessing 2017: Springs Rescue Mission

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Posted by Yemi Mobolade on

This year our Give Back the Blessing Offering (Palm Sunday Special Offering) will go in part to support Springs Rescue Mission in the next phase of its expansion. We have chosen this local partner as a GBTB recipient for the second year in a row because it is a key organization in the fight to ...

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Tags: gbtb

What is the Give Back the Blessing Offering?

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

As believers in Jesus Christ, we are richly blessed. In response to God's promise to provide for all of our needs, one of our acts of worship is to give back, out of the provision He has made for us.  Blessing Our City and Our World Each Palm Sunday, we remember and honor God's blessings in ...

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Tags: palm sunday, special offerings, stewardship, gbtb

Give to First Pres through a Charitable Gift Annuity

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

How can you give a gift to your church and secure a guaranteed fixed income for yourself and your spouse for the rest of your life with one action?  When you open a Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA), you contribute a portion of your assets during your life. Then you receive a guaranteed ...

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Give to First Pres through your Will

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

If you've been a faithful giver to First Pres during your lifetime, you may also be interested in continuing to bless this church after your death through a bequest in your will. The following sample language may help you to write your will in such a way that you know your wishes will be carried ...

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Are You Called to Give to the Worship Center Renovation?

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

We Invite You to Help Make This Worship Center a Reality If you’d like to give to this project, you can write a check with “Worship Center” in the memo line, or look for the “Worship Center” designation when you give online. You can also text a dollar ...

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Give to First Pres using Amazon Smile

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

If you’re already shopping on Amazon, go to smile.amazon.com instead. For each eligible purchase, Amazon will donate a small portion of your cost to First Pres or the First Pres Foundation. Many small gifts add up over time! Support First Pres   Support the First ...

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Give to First Pres using Text Giving

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

Use text giving to fulfill your giving commitment or make a spontaneous contribution. Text a dollar amount to 719-297-2232. (Example: Your message might say "$25") The first time you give this way, you'll be asked to visit a secure site and enter your credit or debit card information. To maximize ...

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Giving Changes the World Around Us

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Posted by Lindy Keffer on

"We give to change us, and in changing us, God changes the world."  - Lead Pastor Dr. Tim McConnell What is God Doing Through Our Gifts? This video introduces nine stories (among dozens!) of how the generosity of the First Pres family is making a difference in Colorado Springs and ...

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Giving Changes Us

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Posted by Tim McConnell on

Each October, our congregation takes time to prayerfully consider how we will give of our finances in the coming year. Our giving is not primarily about funding the church—rather, we give to allow God to reign in our lives in one of the areas where it's hardest to do so: our wallets. What ...

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