We can’t outgive god
At New Walk, giving is an act of worship
We know you have a lot of meaningful opportunities to share your financial resources. After all, there’s no shortage of nonprofit organizations doing incredible work in the world. So why do we ask people to give to New Walk, specifically? Well, we actually don’t. We don’t ask people to give TO New Walk, we ask people to give FROM a place of gratitude, worship, and faith in the God who provides for us.
Ways to Give at New Walk
Use our secure online system to make a one-time or recurring gift using your checking account, debit card, or credit card.
Use the New Walk Mobile App to easily and securely make a one-time or recurring gift through your checking account or debit card.
Our system uses industry-leading security to protect your personal information, and you’ll never receive a charge on your phone bill. [Text NEWWALK to 77977]
Other Ways to Give
You can give in person during our worship experiences by placing your contribution in the offering basket or by using your credit or debit card at one of our lobby kiosks. If you’d like to set up automatic bank pay or discuss assets you’d like to give, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discipleship and Tithing
Being a disciple of Jesus—living a life modeled after His—requires stewarding our resources. That’s just a fancy way of saying that we need to use what we’ve received from God in a way that honors God.
When it comes to money, that means tithing. Tithe means “tenth,” so tithing means to bring the first 10% of our income to God as an act of worship. It’s important to understand a few things:
- Tithing is an act of faith, not law. Because the tithe is our first portion, rather than what’s leftover, it teaches us to rely on God to meet our needs.
- Tithing is an act of worship, not religion. Scripture warns us that the top competitor for our commitment to Jesus is money (Matthew 6:24). So, giving money allows us to demonstrate that God is more important to us than material things.
- Tithing is about a relationship, not about getting rich. While the Bible promises that tithing will release God’s supernatural protection and provision in your life, that’s not the point. We don’t give to receive. Rather, the tithe points back to a promise God made that’s dependent on our trust in Him. When we give as an act of worship, faith, and sacrifice, God shows His power in our lives. When we bring our first 10%, he redeems and blesses the rest.
Take the 90-Day Tithe Challenge
The idea of tithing, particularly to people who are new to Christianity, may feel overwhelming, and the “buts” and “what ifs” may be tough to ignore. Scripture tells us we can put God to the test on this one—in fact, it’s the only thing we’re encouraged to test Him on!
So, test Him. Accept the 90-Day Tithe Challenge–and watch the provision and power of God come alive in a new way.