WHY WE GIVE
We believe that God can fund His work by any means that He desires, but He most often chooses to do so through the faithful giving of His people. Jesus Christ is our ultimate example. He gave His own life so that we can experience salvation through His name. As we follow His pattern of giving, we are able to partner together in ministering to our community. God tells us to give of the “first-fruits” of our increase. We can give to Him, because He promises to care for us.
WAYS TO GIVE
Text to Give
One of the easiest ways to give is through text message. You can give anytime through text message by texting “Rosedale” to 77977. Giving via text is safe and secure and can be done in just a few minutes.
A great way to give your tithe and offering is by giving online. You can set up a recurring gift or give as a one time donation. Giving online is an opportunity for you to give to the work of God in a safe and simple way.
Give in Church
You can give during our regularly scheduled worship times. We have a time to worship the Lord in our giving. You are also able to give in person by visiting our office Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
As we give back to God the Bible tells us in Malachi 3:10 that He will “pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it.” You cannot out-give God! Still not sure? Take part in our 90 day giving challenge. This challenge is a 90 day challenge where we will walk along side you and offer helpful insights about how you can make the most of all that God has given you and still live a life of generosity. After the 90 day challenge is over, if you feel that God has not kept His promise, Rosedale will refund 100% of your gifts.Start The Challenge
Legacy and Estate Planning
Estate planning is the process of designating who will receive your assets and handle your responsibilities after you’re passing. The goal is to make sure your beneficiaries receive these things in the most cost-effective way possible. Regardless of your income level, you need to think about how you want your financial assets to be distributed. In other words, what happens to your stuff? By including a non-profit such as Rosedale Baptist Church, you can actually leave more assets to your family and less for the government to take. Please prayerfully consider Rosedale Baptist Church in your Estate Planning.