Practicing generosity has the power to lower stress and anxiety, improving physical health, offering a sense of purpose and meaning, fight depression, and even increase one’s life span. In addition, a generous life cultivates a growing connection to God and to others that often results in a deeper sense of community, a lasting hope, and an overall greater good in the world. Here are ten small ways to live a more generous life:
Increase your connection to God and to others by living more generously. This will result in a deeper sense of community, a lasting hope, an increasing love for others, and an overall greater good for our world. It is amazing how many people will be drawn to your commitment to the Christian faith simply because of your generous acts and spirit.
At the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection, our purpose is to build a Christian community where non-religious and nominally religious people are becoming deeply committed Christians. We have a vision to be used by God to change lives, strengthen churches, and transform the world. And we are on a journey to know, love and serve God.