Gratitude Leads to Generosity
November 28, 2022 by Kevin Brooks

As a nation, we’ve just come through a time where it’s very easy to, “count your blessings.“ As we come together with family and friends for Thanksgiving, we take the opportunity to thank God for all he’s blessed us with. And no matter who we are, there’s always something to be thankful for.


But what is the reason God has been generous towards you and how should we respond to God’s generosity?


I read this recently from Mission Hills Church in Littleton, Colorado:


“When we look to the Bible, we find that God doesn’t just bless us for our enjoyment or to only meet our needs, but also for the good of others. God told Abraham that he would bless Abraham and ‘all peoples on the earth will be blessed through you (Genesis 12:2-3).’


When Paul advised those in Ephesus to work, he reminded them that they weren’t working only to fulfill their own needs, but so that ‘they may have something to share with those in need (Ephesians 4:28).’


As he was taking up an offering from the church in Corinth, Paul reminded them,

‘You will be enriched in every way so that you can be generous on every occasion, and through us your generosity will result in thanksgiving to God (2 Corinthians 9:11).’”


So God‘s blessings to you are not only for your benefit but also to enable you to be generous to others. We have been blessed, therefore we want to BE a blessing!


We’re now at that time of our annual Year End Fundraiser, and we invite you to be generous. If you and your family have been blessed by this ministry, please help us to keep it strong so that it can bless others. You can make your gift right now at


And thank you, for being a blessing to so many other families!