The Generosity Path: Finding the Richness in Giving
By Mark V. Ewert
Mark Ewert's The Generosity Path walks readers through a process of creating purpose in their lives. The activities and journaling suggestions that end each chapter provide welcome opportunities for readers to take steps along the generosity path with Mark at their side. If generosity is about being authentically present with other people and leveraging the fellowship of community, then Mark has given his readers a real gift through the personal experience and curated stories he shares so eloquently here in this book.
—David Greene, Vice President, Bernstein Global Wealth Management, and Author, Dollars and Sense: Ten Fundamentals of Financial Successi>
Giving - The Sacred Art: Creating a Lifestyle of Generosity
By Lauren Tyler Wright
“Enticing, inspirational and … refreshingly candid…. Readers of all faiths, or none, will find many useful suggestions for incorporating giving into their lives. Specific examples of change from [the author’s] own life are both helpful and provocative, underlining the assertion that giving offers the potential to change not only the individual but ultimately the world.”
As I start working on my taxes, I review my charitable giving and make promises to myself about my donations for the coming year. Many of our churches are starting to ask members to contribute to repairs, campaigns, and various needs around the church, as well. I’ve listed a number of resources on this page for those of you who are thinking about both asking and giving
Mark V. Ewert’s book, The Generosity Path: Finding the Richness in Giving, really made me assess my values and determine where I want my energies and dollars to go. This book is a good companion resource to the Tapestry adult curriculum, The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life.
To see a video that you might find useful when you are making decisions about your donations, click here.