3 Ways to give to Vintage
The mission and vision of Vintage Church is directly funded by the generosity of people like you. We exist to Love everyone towards a growing relationship with Christ and we would love for you to join us in that mission. We honor your gifts with faithful stewardship, ethical business practices, and accountability so that you have full confidence in the financial integrity of Vintage Church. All donations to Vintage Church are 100% tax deductible. Thank you for your generosity!
When you give Vintage Church forwards 10% to our Community Partners Fund. An additional 10% goes to our church planting fund. The remaining goes directly to the launch fund to fulfill specific needs.
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Give by Mail
Send Check by mail to:
9600 Escarpment Blvd. Suite 745 PMB 129
Austin, Texas 78749
Why we Give
FIRST THINGS FIRST
The first belongs to God. We find this principle all through God's Word. Tithing, giving God the first ten percent of our income to the local church, is the primary way we acknowledge that God is first. (Proverbs 3:9,10)
KNOW GIVING, KNOW LIFE
Giving is the antidote for materialism. Whereas the tithe is giving ten percent of your income to the local church, an offering is given out of the ninety percent of your income. Therefore the offering is giving over and above the tithe. The Bible says that by giving generously we are able to "take hold of the life that is truly life." You aren't really living unless you are freely giving. (I Timothy 6:18,19)
THE TREASURE TEST
Giving is the only area in the Bible where God invites us to test Him. Give your tithe (the first 10% of your income) to God and see if He does not open the floodgates of heaven to bless you in ways that you never dreamed possible. (Malachi 3:10)
AN ETERNAL INVESTMENT
Even when the stock market's down, you can make an investment that pays dividends for a lifetime and beyond. By investing in the life-changing message of Jesus, you can leverage your money for eternal purposes. (I Timothy 6:7)