4 GIVING OPTIONS
Online here with Paypal:
Do you pay bills online?
Your bank can send us your donation through it’s bill pay option.
Sundays (Giving Station):
We now have a DEBIT giving station where you can give on Sundays.
In Person Or By Mail:
You can grab an envelope on Sunday, then drop it in our drop box or send it to: P.O. Box 282, Cibolo, TX, 78108
If you are making a payment for a special Event, you can pay here:
God invites us to worship Him in all areas of our lives, including the way we utilize our money. Financially supporting a ministry like Refuge is an excellent way of doing this—here are a few reasons why:
It’s an act of worship and ministry. John considered his financial supporters ‘fellow workers’ with him (3 John 1:5–8). Even though they did not do the ministry physically, their funds have made it possible, making them a part of his work;
It broadens and expands this ministry, enabling us to do more things that serve people and advance God’s kingdom in this city;
It deepens our passion for what God is doing in and around the world. We put our money where our priorities lie, and then our heart follows where our money goes.
Because it is an act of worship, God is more interested in the shape of our heart than the size of our gift. This means we should seek to give Joyfully, Generously and Sacrificially.
Because we are able to achieve something with our money, we have reasons to rejoice. Our money enables ministry to take place—and this means people hear the gospel, see God’s heart, and witness His power in their lives.
When Paul called the Corinthians to support his work financially, he encouraged them to mimic the generosity of their God, who has ‘distributed freely’ (2 Corinthians 9:9). The generous heart looks for an opportunity to serve, seeing not what we must sacrifice but what our resources are able to accomplish.
There is no set amount we need to give, but giving sacrificially helps us prioritize God’s eternal kingdom over temporal ‘stuff’ and deepens our sense of dependence on Him.
We believe that God wants to take care of our needs and give us enough to share with others. Money is most valuable when it’s put to work helping people. As individuals and the church, it is our privilege to give generously to people in need; locally, regionally, nationally, and abroad.