What is a Faith Promise?
God calls individuals to serve as missionaries on the foreign field. They are enabled to fulfill that call because God also calls individuals in supporting churches at home in America to faithfully give to enable their local churches to commit monthly support to missionaries.
The Faith Promise program makes this possible!
- What is a FAITH PROMISE? A faith promise is not your tithe or a portion of your tithe. Your tithe, the first tenth of your income, is the Lord’s and belongs in your local church. A faith promise is a sacred act, a spiritual agreement between you and God as you commit to give regularly to help fulfill God’s plan to reach the lost world.
- Who can make a FAITH PROMISE? Every family can make a faith promise or each member—even children—can make individual faith promises.
- What if I am unable to make a large FAITH PROMISE? No amount is too small. God honors and uses our obedience more than the amount of our giving. Limited income should not prevent anyone from making a faith promise.
- Why should I fill out a FAITH PROMISE CARD? When members of a congregation make faith promise commitments, church leaders are able to determine how much the church can commit to support missions.
A faith promise gives you an opportunity to participate in the Great Commission. As you do your part in missions, His purpose will be accomplished both in your life and in the lives of others around the world. Please be in prayer and ask the Lord what He would have you do.
Faith Promise Sunday, October 22, 2017