25 Tithe & Offering Message Ideas For Your Next Giving Talk

Hello and welcome to this list of 25 tithes and offering message ideas.

Let me first congratulate you for taking the time to plan your next giving talk!

Unlike others who kind of make it up on the spot, you’re preparing beforehand and will present way better as a result.

It’s your 2-minute window to teach God’s way of thinking about money, the blessing there is in giving and encourage people to tithe.

We must prepare well.


Because an offering message from the Bible will inspire your people to trust God with their finances and grow your church budget, meaning more money for ministry.

So in this post, we’re going to get your creative juices flowing with 25 tithe and offering message ideas you can use before handing out the offering basket next Sunday.

I’ll also give you the completely free “Make Space” 4-week sermon series so you can talk about money with your church without it being awkward.

Sound good?

Let’s do this!

25 Tithe & Offering Message Ideas

When you’re sharing about giving in your church, you can talk on topics like:

  • Generosity
  • Trust/Faith
  • Impact
  • Stewardship

To name a few…

To help you figure out what to say during tithes and offerings, here are 25 quick outlines based on 25 different offering scriptures.

Feel free to add your own twist and add in any personal stories or illustrations you think will help get your message across.

1. Giving Grows Into Lives Changed

Did you know you are alive and well today because of the seeds someone else has sown?

What did you eat this morning? Where did it come from?

The food we eat that gives us energy, that helps us to grow and stay strong starts with a farmer and a bag of seeds.

In faith, he plants those small seeds into the ground and they grow into a huge harvest and hundreds of people can eat as a result.

2 Corinthians 9:10-11 (The Message) says this:

“This most generous God who gives seed to the farmer that becomes bread for your meals is more than extravagant with you.

He gives you something you can then give away, which grows into full-formed lives, robust in God, wealthy in every way, so that you can be generous in every way, producing with us great praise to God.”

Our wallet is like that bag of seeds. When we plant the seed in good soil we will see a harvest.

Our harvest is not wheat or corn – it’s people encountering God for the first time.

Its hearts changed and lives transformed – all glory to God!

2. Love Gives

John 3:16 is a verse most of us know well, but have you ever thought about it in terms of giving?

“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”

God gave His only son. Why? Because He loves us and that love meant he had to do something. Love requires action.

In the same way, you give someone a gift, not because they expect it or you feel obligated to give it, but because you love them. It’s the natural response.

In a moment an offering basket is going to pass by but before they do I just want to say, don’t give out of a feeling of obligation or routine, but give because you love the vision of this church, give because you love this city and want to see them reached for Christ.

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3. Give Because You Want To

Jesus is our awesome example – He had it all in heaven and yet he gave it all up for us.

He made himself poor so that we would be rich. He gave His everything so that we could be called sons and daughters of the Most-High God.

Did he have to? No.

Did someone have to twist his arm to make him do it?

No, the opposite.

Jesus purposed in His heart to become a sacrifice for us, He was determined to restore us back to God. There was no stopping Him.

As Christ-followers here today, let’s follow his example. No one’s telling you you have to give. There’s not going to be someone waiting for you at the door on the way out telling you to empty your pockets.

But if you want to give, we’re going to give an opportunity for that this morning.

I like what 2 Cor 9: 6-7 says:

“He who sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and he who sows bountifully will also reap bountifully. So let each one give as he purposes in his heart, not grudgingly or of necessity; for God loves a cheerful giver.”

Don’t give today because you feel you have to, but do give if that’s something you’ve decided you’re going to do.

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4. Give God The Corners

Today I want to take a quick look at Leviticus 23:22 because I think there’s a great principle here that we can apply to our tithes and offerings.

“When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not wholly reap the corners of your field when you reap, nor shall you gather any gleaning from your harvest. You shall leave them for the poor and for the stranger: I am the Lord your God.”

Why did God tell the Israeli farmers they couldn’t harvest the whole field?

It didn’t make much business sense – it was like leaving money on the ground!

(They still planted seed right to the edges but then didn’t harvest it.)

Though it may seem counterintuitive, God was teaching them a valuable lesson – always leave room for Him.

Similarly, our tithes and offerings are opportunities to make space for God’s provision and blessing.

When we give, we demonstrate trust in His faithfulness and invite His abundant work in our lives. The blessings we receive go far beyond what we could hold onto tightly on our own.

So let’s like the Israeli farmers and give God the corners. This is where the real blessing is!

5. $0.02 More Than $1 Million?

“Sitting across from the offering box, he was observing how the crowd tossed money in for the collection. Many of the rich were making large contributions.

One poor widow came up and put in two small coins—a measly two cents.

Jesus called his disciples over and said, “The truth is that this poor widow gave more to the collection than all the others put together. All the others gave what they’ll never miss; she gave extravagantly what she couldn’t afford—she gave her all.”

However much you’re giving today, know this:

God is not looking at what’s in your hands but what’s in your heart.

Whether our giving is a small or large sum, what truly matters is our willingness to give wholeheartedly and sacrificially.

6. Give Like An Angel Investor

Angel investors invest in businesses because they believe in the owner and the potential for success.

In the same way, our giving should reflect our love for God and His kingdom, desiring to see His purposes fulfilled.

Today, let’s give with the same enthusiasm and belief as angel investors, knowing that our contributions fuel the advancement of God’s kingdom and make an eternal impact.

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7. Generous People Live It Large

Proverbs 11:24-25 beautifully illustrates how the world of the generous expands while the world of the stingy shrinks:

“The world of the generous gets larger and larger; the world of the stingy gets smaller and smaller. The one who blesses others is abundantly blessed; those who help others are helped.”

Have you ever noticed that?

If you’ve watched The Christmas Carol you’ll see what happened when Scrooge turns from a miserable self-centred banker sitting alone to count his money to the exact opposite; a grateful and generous giver starts seeing the needs of those around him. 

He went from living a small stingy life to living a wide-open generous one overnight.

Generosity is the key to a wide open spacious life – it gets you thinking outside yourself and brings real freedom and joy.

So whether it be with your finances, your time or your energy – start saying yes to being generous and endless possibilities will open up and your world will indeed get bigger.

8. Tithing = God 1st

Deuteronomy 14:23 (TLB) reminds us tithing is not solely about money:

“The purpose of tithing is to teach you always to put God first in your lives.”

Wow – you don’t get much clearer than that!

Tithing isn’t about giving God money because He needs it, it’s about acknowledging that God deserves the first place in our lives.

By giving our tithes and offerings, we actively prioritise God above all else.

So let’s remember our giving is an act of worship, a tangible expression of our love and devotion to God and a way to align our priorities with His purposes.

9. You Give For A Reason

In 1 Corinthians 15:58 Paul says this:

“Therefore, my dear brothers, stand firm. Let nothing move you.

Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labour in the Lord is not in vain.”

Everything we do, the time, money and effort we give to serve is for a reason. We’re all here today for a purpose.

The greeters standing by the door when you came in, the Kids Church volunteers working downstairs, the worship team who spent time practising and who were here before anyone else didn’t do all that because they had nothing else better to do…

No, they do it because they believe in the vision of the church in making the name of Jesus famous in this city.

When you give and financially support this church, it’s not out of guilt or trying to get God to like us more – it’s to impact this community for Christ.

When you give money to this church, you are helping to reach the unreached, love the unloved and give hope to the hopeless.

You’re playing a part in helping teenagers, retirees and whole families come to the amazing love of God.

Every dollar you give plays a part in transforming lives and making a difference in people’s eternal destinies.

10. Rich People, Be Generous

Did you know in 1 Timothy 6:17-18 the Bible talks directly to rich people?

It says:

“Tell those who are rich not to be proud and not to trust in their money, which will soon be gone, but their pride and trust should be in the living God who always richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment.

Tell them to use their money to do good. They should be rich in good works and should give happily to those in need, always being ready to share with others whatever God has given them.”

Now obviously this is only talking to millionaire billionaires flying out in private jets right?

The truth is, whether you feel like it or not if you live in the US you’re richer than 95% of people on the planet.

So don’t put your trust in your annual salary or investments but rather put your trust in God who is generous and faithful.

11. Food In God’s House = Food In Your House

“Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this,” says the Lord Almighty, “and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.”

In this verse, God gives us 2 reasons to give:

  • So there’s food in God’s house
  • And food in yours

As you bring your tithe today, think about how it supports the ministries that make a difference in your community and church family.

Know that every act of generosity, no matter the amount, makes a difference.

Your generosity supports ministries that bring hope, help those in need, and spread the love of Christ.

Your giving allows others to encounter God. Lives will be forever changed as a direct consequence of your generosity.

That’s the first part of the verse, now let’s move on to the second…

Imagine a farmer diligently planting seeds, eagerly anticipating the harvest.

Your giving positions you to receive the overflowing blessings God has in store for you. It’s like planting seeds of faith and watching God’s provision grow.

It’s a chance to put God’s promise to the test – to see if He truly pours out blessings beyond measure.

So, trust in God’s faithfulness as you give and you’ll experience the joy of giving and receiving.

12. The God Of More Than Enough

Today, I want to share a powerful reminder from Philippians 4:19:

“And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.”

In this verse, the Apostle Paul reassures the believers in Philippi that God is a faithful provider. He assures them that whatever needs they have—whether physical, emotional, or spiritual—God will meet them all.

As we sit here today, we may carry various needs and concerns in our hearts.

Some of us may be facing financial challenges, seeking wisdom for important decisions, or longing for healing and restoration in our lives.

But let me remind you that our God is not limited by our circumstances. He is the God of limitless resources and abundant provision.

When we bring our tithes and offerings before God, we demonstrate our trust in His provision.

It’s an act of faith, acknowledging that He is the ultimate source of all blessings in our lives and we align ourselves with His promise to meet our needs according to His glorious riches.

So, as we prepare to give today, let’s do it with a heart of gratitude and trust.

Trust that God sees our needs, hears our prayers and will provide for us in His perfect timing. Trust that as we sow into His Kingdom, He will multiply our offerings and use them for His purpose.

13. Greater Than Ourselves

Today, I want to share a beautiful truth from Acts 20:35. These are the words of the Apostle Paul as he reminds us that Jesus said:

“It is more blessed to give than to receive.”

When I reflect on my own life, I can’t help but recall countless moments when I experienced the blessing of giving…

It’s those instances when I’ve extended a helping hand, offered a listening ear, or shared my resources with someone facing difficult circumstances.

It’s in those moments, something beautiful happens—my heart is filled with a deep sense of gratitude and joy.

You see, giving is not just about money or material possessions. It’s about giving of ourselves—our time, our talents and our love. It’s about being present for others, offering a shoulder to lean on, and sharing the blessings that God has entrusted to us.

We work hard, not just for our own gain but so we can help others and become more like Jesus who came not to be served, but to serve and give His life as a ransom for many.

It may be a simple act of kindness, a small donation or a moment of encouragement. Whatever it is, remember that every act of giving, no matter how small, has the power to transform lives.

As we prepare to give, let’s do it with a grateful heart, knowing that our giving connects us to something far greater than ourselves, that it connects us with the heartbeat of God.

Let’s pray together.

14. The Extravagant Grace of Giving

Hello, my dear church family!

Today, I want to share a heartfelt reminder from 2 Corinthians 8:9:

“For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor so that you through his poverty might become rich.”

Let’s take a moment to truly absorb the depth of these words…

Our Lord Jesus, the one who possessed all the riches of heaven, willingly embraced poverty for our sake. He humbled Himself, walked in our shoes, and made the ultimate sacrifice so that we might experience true richness in Him.

When I reflect on this extravagant grace, it reminds me of the immeasurable love that God has poured out upon us and stirs my heart to respond with the same spirit of generosity and selflessness.

Today, as we give our tithes and offerings, let’s not give out of obligation or a sense of duty, but out of a deep desire to emulate His love and bring glory to His name.

Our giving has the power to impact lives – lives that are longing for hope, restoration, and the touch of God’s grace.

As we extend our hands in generosity, we become vessels of His love, agents of His provision, and conduits of His blessings.

Now let’s give with open hearts, knowing that our gifts are making a difference in the lives of others and bringing glory to our Saviour.

15. Deposit Into Your Heavenly Account

Today, I want to draw your attention to an inspiring passage found in Philippians 4:15-17.

The Apostle Paul, in expressing his gratitude to the Philippians for their generous support, says these powerful words:

“Not that I seek the gift itself, but I seek for the profit which increases to your account.”

In these few words, Paul unveils a profound truth about the act of giving.

It’s not merely about the physical gift or the amount given, but it’s about the impact it has on our spiritual account—the eternal rewards that await us.

As we give our tithes and offerings, we are not just contributing to the work of the church or supporting ministries; we are making an investment in something much greater—our heavenly account.

Paul understood this concept well. He knew that the true value of giving lay in the eternal profit it brought to the givers themselves. Every act of generosity, done with a willing heart, increases our heavenly treasure, storing up rewards that will never fade away.

So, as we prepare to give today, let’s shift our perspective. Let’s see our giving as an opportunity to invest in something eternal—a treasure that no earthly wealth can compare to.

16. A Heart-Moved Contribution

In Exodus 25:2, God instructs Moses to speak to the people of Israel, inviting them to bring a contribution for Him.

However, there’s a beautiful and significant condition attached to this act of giving:

“From every man whose heart moves him, you shall receive the contribution for me.”

This verse captures the essence of true giving—a giving that is motivated by a heart stirred with love and devotion.

It’s not about compulsion or obligation, but about a genuine response to God’s leading.

When we give with a heart that is moved, something extraordinary happens:

Our giving becomes an expression of our love for God, a tangible way to worship and honour Him. It becomes an opportunity to align our desires with His and to participate in His purpose.

God doesn’t need our contributions; He desires our hearts. He longs for our willingness to respond to His leading, to generously give from the depths of our being.

So, as we prepare to give today, let’s examine our hearts. Let’s ask God to move us, to stir within us a genuine desire to contribute in response to His leading and surrender our resources to His purposes.

17. Grateful Hearts, Generous Hands

Dear brothers and sisters, in 1 Chronicles 29:14, King David humbly acknowledges the extraordinary blessings bestowed upon him and his people.

He says:

“But who am I, and who are my people, that we should be able to give as generously as this? Everything comes from you, and we have given you only what comes from your hand.”

These words encapsulate a profound truth about our giving:

We are mere recipients of God’s abundant grace and provision and every blessing we enjoy, every resource at our disposal originates from His loving hand.

When we grasp this truth, it humbles us and shifts our perspective on giving. We realize that our generosity is not a result of our own achievements or abilities.

Instead, it is a response to the goodness and faithfulness of our Heavenly Father.

Like King David, we marvel at the privilege of being able to give generously. We recognize that everything we possess ultimately belongs to God.

Our giving is an act of stewardship – a heartfelt acknowledgement that we are entrusted with resources to be used for His purposes.

So, as we gather here today, let’s approach our giving with grateful hearts and generous hands.

Let’s remember that our offerings are not simply transactions; they are acts of worship. They are opportunities to express our gratitude for God’s provision and to invest in His Kingdom.

18. Radical Generosity Unlocks The Floodgates

Today, I want to share a powerful truth found in Proverbs 3:9-10.

Are you ready to experience an overflowing abundance in your life?

Listen closely:

“Honour the Lord with your wealth and with the firstfruits of all your produce; then your barns will be filled with plenty, and your vats will be bursting with wine.”

These words echo the wisdom of honouring the Lord with our wealth and the firstfruits of our produce.

It’s an invitation to step into a realm of divine provision and blessings beyond measure.

Imagine a life where your barns are filled with plenty and your vats are bursting with abundance.

It’s not a mere fantasy; it’s a promise from God Himself. When we prioritise honouring the Lord with our finances, incredible things begin to happen.

You see, radical generosity unlocks the floodgates of Heaven. It’s a declaration that we trust God more than our material possessions.

By giving the first and best of what we have, we demonstrate our faith and dependence on His provision.

But here’s the exciting part:

God’s blessings go far beyond what we can comprehend.

When we unleash abundance through radical generosity, we tap into His limitless resources. He pours out blessings that exceed our wildest imaginations.

So today, I invite you to join me on this incredible journey of faith. Let’s embrace radical generosity as a way of life. As we prioritise honouring the Lord with our wealth, we position ourselves for a life filled with His abundant provision.

19. Two Contrasting Attitudes

Proverbs 11:24 says this:

Offer right sacrifices, and put your trust in the Lord.

There is one who scatters, and yet increases all the more, and there is one who withholds what is justly due, and yet it results only in want.

In this simple yet profound verse, we find a powerful message about faithful giving and trusting in God’s provision.

When we offer our tithes and offerings with a heart aligned with God’s will, we demonstrate our trust in Him. We recognise that He is the ultimate provider and sustainer of our lives.

Moreover, this verse sheds light on two contrasting attitudes towards giving:

On one hand, there are those who scatter generously, sharing their blessings with others. Interestingly, as they give, they experience an increase, not only in material blessings but also in spiritual fulfilment and joy.

On the other hand, there are those who hold back and cling tightly to what they possess. However, this attitude leads to a state of lack and want, preventing the blessings of God from flowing freely in their lives.

So, let us be a congregation that offer right sacrifices, not out of obligation, but out of a deep trust in our Heavenly Father. Let us give generously, knowing that our faithful giving unleashes the abundance of His provision.

As we give with open hearts and hands, may we experience the joy of seeing God’s blessings multiplied in our lives and in the lives of those around us. Let us trust in His unfailing faithfulness to meet our every need.

Thank you for your faithful and generous giving. Let us pray as the ushers pass the offering baskets around.

20. Robbing God

This morning, let’s reflect on a sobering passage from Malachi 3:8-9:

“Will man rob God? Yet you are robbing me.

But you say, ‘How have we robbed you?’

In your tithes and contributions. You are cursed with a curse, for you are robbing me, the whole nation of you.”

These words confront us with a powerful truth—we have a responsibility to honour God with our tithes and offerings.

Unfortunately, there are times when we fall short and unknowingly withhold what rightfully belongs to Him.

In our busy lives, it’s easy to lose sight of the significance of our financial stewardship. We may question how our actions can possibly impact our relationship with God.

But let me assure you, dear friends, that our faithfulness in tithes and contributions holds great importance.

Because when we withhold our tithes and offerings, we deny God the opportunity to bless us abundantly.

We place ourselves under a self-imposed curse, missing out on the blessings that come from aligning our finances with God’s purposes.

So, today, let’s take a moment for introspection…

Let’s examine our hearts and ask ourselves if we have been faithful in honouring God with our tithes and if we find that we have fallen short, it’s not too late to make things right.

Let’s rediscover the joy and privilege of giving back to God. Let’s embrace the blessings that flow from obedient stewardship.

As we trust God with our finances, we open the door for His provision, protection, and favour to abound in our lives.

21. Seek Ye First The Kingdom

Let’s turn our attention to a powerful verse from Matthew 6:33:

“But seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added to you.”

In this simple yet profound statement, Jesus provides us with a key to abundant living.

He reminds us of the importance of prioritizing the kingdom of God above all else.

When we seek God’s kingdom first, when we place Him at the forefront of our lives, everything else falls into place. Our worries, needs, and desires are all encompassed within His loving care.

Today, as we give our tithes and offerings, let’s remember the profound truth contained in this verse. Let’s make a conscious choice to seek God’s kingdom first, both in our hearts and in our giving.

As we do so, we can trust in God’s promise to provide for our needs. He knows our circumstances, our challenges, and our desires. When we align our giving with His purposes, He faithfully adds blessings upon blessings in our lives.

So, let’s give with hearts filled with faith and gratitude.

22. Running Over

Let’s listen to the words of Jesus found in Luke 6:38:

“Give, and it will be given to you. They will pour into your lap a good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over. For by your standard of measure, it will be measured to you in return.”

In this verse, Jesus reveals a divine principle of abundance in our giving.

When we give generously, with open hearts and hands, God promises to pour blessings into our lives in overflowing measure.

Imagine a measure so abundant that it cannot be contained – a measure pressed down, shaken together, and running over.

It’s a vivid picture of the immeasurable blessings that await those who embrace the joy of giving.

So, dear friends, let’s adopt a mindset of generosity and embrace the invitation to give. As we extend a helping hand, sow seeds of kindness and contribute to God’s work, we position ourselves to receive an abundance of blessings.

Remember, the measure we use in our giving impacts the measure of blessings we receive:

When we give with generosity, compassion, and selflessness, God responds with overflowing abundance in our lives.

Today, let’s challenge ourselves to give without hesitation, to pour out blessings upon others and to trust in God’s faithfulness to multiply what we sow.

In doing so, we align our lives with His kingdom principles and experience the joy of giving and receiving.

May our hearts overflow with the desire to give, knowing that as we do, God will pour into our lives a measure of blessings that exceeds our expectations.

Let’s embrace the promise of an abundant harvest, pressed down, shaken together, and running over.

23. God Will Supply & Increase

Let’s reflect on the powerful words of 2 Corinthians 9:10:

“Now He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will supply and multiply your seed for sowing and increase the harvest of your righteousness.”

In this short verse, we are reminded of the abundant provision of our Heavenly Father. He not only provides the seed for sowing but also multiplies it, enabling us to experience a bountiful harvest.

As we engage in acts of generosity, whether through our giving or serving others, God faithfully supplies and multiplies the resources we need.

He blesses our efforts and increases the harvest of righteousness in our lives.

Today, let’s have confidence in God’s provision as we sow seeds of kindness, love, and financial support.

Let’s trust that He will multiply our offerings and bring about a fruitful harvest of righteousness in our lives and the lives of those we impact.

May this verse serve as a reminder that our generous actions have far-reaching effects. As we sow into God’s kingdom, He blesses us abundantly, both spiritually and materially.

So, let’s sow with joy, knowing that God’s provision is limitless and may God’s abundant provision and multiplied blessings accompany you as you continue to sow generously and impact lives for His glory.

24. A Vow Of Gratitude

Let’s dive into the story of Jacob found in Genesis 28:20-22.

In this passage, Jacob makes a heartfelt vow to God, expressing his gratitude and commitment.

Jacob says:

“If God will be with me and will keep me in this way that I go, and will give me bread to eat and clothing to wear, so that I come again to my father’s house in peace, then the Lord shall be my God, and this stone, which I have set up for a pillar, shall be God’s house.

And of all that you give me I will give a full tenth to you.”

Jacob’s words reveal his response of gratitude and a profound understanding of God’s provision. He knows everything he has, including his food, clothing and protection comes from God.

In response to God’s faithfulness, Jacob makes a vow to give a full tenth, a tithe, back to God.

It is an act of worship, an expression of gratitude, and a declaration that God is the ultimate provider and sustainer of his life.

Today, we can learn from Jacob’s example. We, too, have experienced God’s faithfulness, provision and blessings in our lives.

So as we give our tithes and offerings today, let’s respond with a heart of gratitude and generosity.

Let it be an act of worship, a demonstration of our trust in God’s faithfulness.

Let’s remember that our giving is not a burden but a privilege—an opportunity to partner with God in His work and to support His kingdom purposes.

May Jacob’s vow inspire us to be faithful stewards of all that God has entrusted to us and let us honour Him with our tithes, offerings and every aspect of our lives, knowing that He is the source of our provision and the One who blesses us abundantly.

25. Faithfulness Amplified

Let us turn our attention to Luke 16:10, where Jesus imparts a powerful principle of faithfulness:

“One who is faithful in a very little is also faithful in much, and one who is dishonest in a very little is also dishonest in much.”

These words remind us of the importance of faithfulness in every aspect of our lives, including our stewardship of resources, time and talents.

When we exhibit faithfulness in small matters, it reflects the condition of our hearts and our commitment to honouring God.

It demonstrates our integrity and trustworthiness, qualities that carry over into greater responsibilities.

As we consider our financial stewardship, let us remember that faithfulness is not determined solely by the amount we give, but by the attitude and intention behind our giving.

Whether we have a little or a lot, may we be faithful in using our resources for God’s purposes.

Let us give generously, with a heart of gratitude and a desire to honour Him.

Our faithfulness in managing the “very little” entrusted to us will bear witness to our faithfulness in handling greater blessings.

Today, let’s examine our hearts and ask ourselves if we are faithfully stewarding the resources God has placed in our care.

Let’s be honest in our assessment and make any necessary adjustments to align with God’s principles.

Remember, dear friends, that faithfulness in stewardship extends beyond financial giving. It encompasses how we use our time, talents, and treasures to make a positive impact in the lives of others and advance God’s kingdom.

May our lives be marked by faithfulness, not only in the big moments but also in the seemingly small and ordinary ones. And may God, who sees our hearts, reward our faithfulness and entrust us with even greater blessings.

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Over To You

I do hope these tithes and offering message ideas have helped ignite inspiration and creative ideas you can use next Sunday.

Take them, use them and make your next giving talk the best one yet!

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25 thoughts on “25 Tithe & Offering Message Ideas For Your Next Giving Talk”

  1. Good morning and God bless.
    I believe in #19, the scripture reading should be Proverbs 11:24, not Prov 4:5.
    Thank you for sharing these giving messages and providing a starting point in sharing the blessings of giving.

    • Morning from Bangkok Roger!

      Ah yes, you’re right. Very well spotted and I’ve just corrected it. Thank you 🙏

      And you’re absolutely welcome, at least you’ve got something to bounce off and get the creative juices flowing.

      You got this! 😎💪

  2. These are a great help! It is always a blessing to get fresh ideas on using God Word, especially when talking to teenagers! Thank you.

  3. Thank you Simon, what a great HELP! :)…..I’m on standby for offering message tomorrow and had nothing really prepared! You have saved my day with these already prepared messages! Thank you! …..most likely I won’t b talk tomorrow because the speaker on duty is usually quite realible but in the event he can’t make it then at least now with yr help I am prepared! 🙂 Thank you and God Bless You!

  4. Thank you for your short messages on giving.
    Easy and quick to read, inspiring.
    May God’s blessing rest upon you always

  5. i have tried several times to download the giving talks with no success.
    it says that the information is incomplete, it sure is frustrating.
    thanks, Delton

  6. Thank you kindly my Pastor am researching this message on behalf of my daughter who is preaching about giving tomorrow at youth..she is one of our youth Leaders in Church..am a Minister of the word also.Its very inspirational.

  7. Thank you for sharing these ten messages. They are insightful and inspiring. I pray that God continues to bless you and your ministry richly!

  8. Very insightful and helpful…helped me have new ideas to use to encourage church members to tithe. Thank you for being a blessing!


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