Online Giving Tool – New

woman sitting with smart phone giving online.

Online giving is here to stay, and here’s why we think it’s good for you.  Our new online giving portal may not surprise you. Family Life Christian Center serves our members and the community however possible. And this tool is offers convenient Giving for those of you who donate either regularly or occasionally. After refining and testing the interface, we have setup our first fundraising campaign. The EasterFest Fundraiser demonstrates how you can give online, support a cause, and see your contribution meet the goal in real-time.

Full Online Giving Portal

Very soon our giving page will be fully functional to receive your tithes, and any other designated gift. Donations are processed by Paypal. If you don’t have a Paypal account, you can still give by credit card without signing up for the service. And if you’d like to give the old fashioned way but still want to be part of our fundraising campaign you can chose the “offline payment” option and we’ll update the campaign as soon as we receive your check.

Patience Grasshopper

While we our tests have succeeded, we don’t expect perfection. If you encounter any problems with the giving portal please let us know. We value your feedback and cherish your patience. Chance are if you are noticing a problem, then someone else is facing it as well. Hang in there if there are bugs to work out, and you’ll make it better for everyone.

You Rock!

The method of giving pales in importance compared to the motive. People who take action and make a difference Rock (with a capital “R”). You do make an impact. Everywhere people suffer from being overlooked, and overwhelmed. You combat the devastation by serving people who are undervalued by others. It’s true. Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me (Matthew 25:40-41).” Our goal has always been to find the “least of these” and serve them. I hope you make it yours also.

Stir It Up

Your sacrifice of love not only makes a difference but it also stirs up other people to do the same. The apostle Paul wrote,

“. . .stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near (Hebrews 10:24-25).”

Keep up the good work!


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