Bring the full tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. And thereby put me to the test, says the LORD of hosts, if I will not open the windows of heaven for you and pour down for you a blessing until there is no more need. —Malachi 3:10
As believers, it is critical that we understand what the Bible says about tithing. The purpose of tithing is to teach us to put God first in our lives. God doesn’t need our money. Instead, He wants what our money represents: our priorities, passions, purposes. Make a commitment to tithe and dedicate yourself to it. And more than anything ... trust God and let Him prove His promises.
Online giving is an incredible tool to help you remain faithful in your stewardship anywhere, anytime. To begin, click the “Give Online” button below and log in with your prestonwood.org account, or click “Create Account” to set up a new website account if you don’t already have one. With a website account, you will be able to gain access to additional features on this website.
From the Online Giving form, you can manage your scheduled contributions or view your contribution history. If you already have a recurring gift established, you do not need to set it up again. Give Online
To Schedule a New Contribution:
- Enter amount.
- Select frequency.
- Select fund.
- Select begin date.
- Complete payment information.
- Complete billing information.
- Click "Schedule New Contribution".
If you’re on campus, you can use a debit or credit card at the Giving Center to give tithes and offerings quickly, safely, securely.
Household contribution history for the year-to-date and the entire previous year can be viewed online.
About Online Giving
Tithing—giving our first fruits for God’s work on earth—shows our faith in His providence. Giving online is a safe way to honor the Lord with our tithes and gifts, proving through our regular contributions that we are faithful stewards of all He has provided.
The online giving form is encrypted with 128-bit encryption security. Encryption is a process that scrambles information into a format that unauthorized parties cannot decode or utilize. The use of 128-bit encryption is the strongest, most secure form of encryption utilized in Internet browsers in North America.
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