The Generosity Project is an excellent resource to help Christians reflect deeply on a subject that is prominent in the Bible, but is often neglected in our teaching. The Generosity Project is always both challenging and grace-filled, Bible-based and practically applied. I warmly commend it for use by church groups and for individual readers.
Author, Director of The Proclamation Trust, and Rector of St Ebbe’s, Oxford
The Generosity Project filled my heart with thankfulness for God’s extravagant generosity to me and it stirred my heart to imitate his generosity in my relationships with others.
Lead Pastor, Grace City Church
Well-balanced, deeply challenging, biblically rich and unavoidably practical. I was looking for areas that may have been neglected, but failed to find any. If we are inexcusably reluctant to talk about this subject, The Generosity Project will hopefully help break this silence.
Director, Irish Church Missions
It is excellent, highly usable, perceptive, challenging, clear, faithful and very well-produced. Its potential uses, from the individual Christian to the corporate, are very exciting.
Minister, All Saints’ Church, Belfast
This is a long overdue note that needs striking.
London Director, FIEC UK
An excellent and helpful course. It was a delight to do—well conceived, well made, and with a lovely focus on application and concrete action steps.
Minister, Trinity Church, Aberdeen
It is inspiring, persuasive and practical. And most importantly of all, it puts the gospel first.
Minister, Chalmers Church Edinburgh
The Generosity Project is tremendously well-written and the video segments were exceptionally good. It is certainly something which is needed by the church at this time. Never has there been a more crucial time to invest in Kingdom growth.
former Chairman of Trustees for Stewardship
The joy of running The Generosity ProjectPete Snow
Pastor, St Paul's Harringay
The expansive, biblical picture of generosityPete Snow
Pastor, St Paul's Harringay
The Generosity Project reminded me that everything we have has been generously given to us from a loving God, so it is only right that we receive with open hands, ready to give back to God and others. I found the videos showing stories of how Christians are being generous in different ways really helpful.
I was really struck by the idea that we don’t just give out of an obligation to God and it’s not just about our relationship with God. The fact that generosity is us reflecting back God’s glory and his goodness to us, which could lead others to see God in a different light and potentially bring them to faith, makes it a much more desirable thing to do rather than simply doing it out of obligation.
I love the fact that each chapter brings a fresh expression of the gospel—which is in fact the only thing that can change our greedy hearts. The content is challenging but not coercive; not for a moment was it taken from a legalistic, works-based perspective.
The combination of teaching videos from Christian leaders combined with real stories from real people gave an urgency and importance that is sometimes easy to miss with just a bible study—it enabled me to tie biblical truth and real world application together.
Who is The Generosity Project for?Tara