What is Stewardship?

Stewardship is the realization that everything we have are gifts on loan to us. Sharing these loaned gifts with others to build up the kingdom of God is a great response of faithful stewardship. These loaned gifts can be grouped under three main areas:
Time        Talent        Treasure
These three are gifts loaned to us to use for His glory. For example, the money we “have” is really a gift from God loaned or entrusted to us. It is really not our own. The same with our “time” and talents”. We are expected to share these gifts to fulfill God’s plan on earth. 
A healthy church is anchored by the idea that we are called to share our time, talents, and treasure to glorify God. If we do this, we are only sharing what the Lord has loaned to us in the first place. “Well done good and faithful servant” refers to the talents the Master gave to his servants, asking them to use them for His purpose.

We invite you to partner with us in our mission of magnifying God and multiplying disciples. Your generosity enables us to help more people experience eternal life change. We appreciate your financial contribution and we hope that the simplicity and convenience of being able to do so online is helpful to you.

You may authorize your bank to allow us to deduct a specified amount from your account without having to write a check. You may also use your debit or credit card, just like you pay bills or make purchases online. It’s secure and confidential!
Give using debit/credit card
or from bank 

Give using 
Venmo or Paypal

Everything we have is a gift from the Lord. Scripture says that we “know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ” (2 Corinthians 8:9) and this refers not only to an informed mind but an inflamed heart. It is an experiential understanding of who Jesus is and what Jesus has done for us.

“…though [Jesus] was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that you by his poverty might become rich” (2 Corinthians 8:9).

The death and resurrection of Jesus represent the most generous gift ever given–when the King of Glory gave up everything in order to reconcile us to God. Giving cheerfully, sacrificially, and consistently is a part of our worship. When we are generous with others, we remind one another of the great generosity of our good God.

CREDIT DISCLAIMER: If you currently have uncontrolled debt or have had a history of debt problems, please do not use your credit card to tithe or give to the church.

While we allow the use of credit cards for tithes and offerings, we still strongly encourage the use of electronic funds transfer (bill pay) rather than credit card for two primary reasons:
1) Although many pay off their credit cards each month, many do not. We do not want to encourage someone to go into debt and pay interest on gifts given to the church.
2) With electronic transfer, your entire gift goes to the church. When using a credit card, as much as 3% of your gift can go to the credit card company.
If you would like help setting up bill-pay as your way of contributing, please call the church office (434-845-4600) and someone will be willing to assist you.
Ways to Give
Give online: You may give online by clicking here.
You may give to the general offering or designate toward a specific cause.
Give during a service: Cash or check can be given during our weekend service. If you’d like to receive a tax deduction for cash gifts, the gift should be placed in an offering envelope with your name and address on it. Offering envelopes are available. Checks need to be made out to West Lynchburg Baptist Church.
Give by Mail:
WLBC 3031 Memorial Ave, Lynchburg, VA 24501
Give by Automatic Bill Pay: Automatic Bill Pay is a great way to give regularly and consistently to West Lynchburg Baptist Church. In addition, it saves West Lynchburg transaction and credit card processing fees! That means 100% of your donation goes to fund the operation and vision of West Lynchburg.
Other Ways to Give
Stock Donations: Gifts of stocks and mutual funds provides West Lynchburg with the full value of donated stock while also allowing donors to avoid tax on its appreciated value.
Estate Planning: There are many ways to provide long-term funding to the local church through estate planning. This is great way to leave a legacy behind and truly scheme for God’s kingdom with your wealth.
Gifts of Property & Real Estate: West Lynchburg also accepts gifts of property and real estate, depending on the circumstances.
If you would like additional information or assistance with any type of giving to West Lynchburg. please contact the church office.
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