Tithing and the New Testament Believer – Part 1 By Chris Sealey on April 25 at 1PM (EDT)
Review the history of tithing in the Old Testament. Learn how many different tithes are recorded in scripture and which one is designated as sacred or holy by God. Learn the reasons why God established each of the various tithes.
– Taught by Chris Sealey
Join Chris Sealey for the first of two inspiring and informational live-Bible studies on tithing in the Bible. In this first session, you will: 1)Review the history of tithing in the Old Testament, 2) Learn how many different tithes are recorded in scripture and which one is designated as sacred or holy by God, and 3) Learn the reasons why God established each of the various tithes.
Sunday, April 25 at 1:00 PM (EDT)
Duration: 1 hour
(45-minute presentation and 15-minute Q&A)
This is a live instructor-led course, structured with a 45-minute presentation from Chris Sealey, Christian author and speaker, and 15-minutes of Q&A from the attendees.
Over the years, he has allowed the Lord to use him in service in several different areas of ministry, some of which include: Head Treasurer, Finance Committee chairman, stewardship leader, and ordained elder. He serves as the Dean of Academic Programs for HopeLives365 Online University.
God used him as the stewardship leader to motivate, admonish, and encourage the members of the many congregations to a renewed commitment to all aspects of stewardship, including sustained double-digit year over year growth in tithing and freewill offering. Here is what one of his former pastors had to say about his ministry in the Lord:“The content, in his books, is not only about the philosophy of stewardship. It explains time tested strategies, methods, and principles Chris employed as a treasurer, finance committee chair, church board member, elder, and disciple in the church of God.” – Dr. Neil Reid, Ministerial Director, Georgia-Cumberland Seventh-day Adventist Conference
- A computer, laptop, or mobile device with good internet access
- Please have a pen and a piece of paper with you in order to take notes
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