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WELCOME TO BE RICH—North Point Ministries’ annual giving and serving initiative. We have six churches in metro Atlanta, our North Point Online and Your Move audiences, and more than 20 partner churches domestically and internationally that join us each year to be rich in good deeds.

What started in 2007 as an initiative to partner with exceptional nonprofits in our communities and around the globe has grown into a movement of extraordinary generosity. Our motivation comes from 1 Timothy 6:18: “Command them to do good, to be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share.” To make this challenge simple for you to respond, we provide specific and organized opportunities for you to be a part of Be Rich.

The countless stories from those who have participated in Be Rich over the years show that being rich toward others affects more than just the recipient. Giving money changes the way we view our wealth. Giving time changes our perspectives on our priorities. Generosity releases us from the hold our time and money can have over us. We start looking at the world through someone else’s eyes and that perspective initiates growth in us.

We want to be good stewards of the Be Rich campaign, so we carefully choose our partner organizations. These nonprofits are already doing great work in their communities (locally and across the globe) and have excellent leadership, financial health, and service histories. One hundred percent of all donations* go to our partners and their excellent work; no administrative costs are subtracted.

*All financial donations to Be Rich are tax-deductible.

BE RICH THROUGH THE YEARS

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

The idea of a church-wide campaign to provide giving and serving opportunities surfaced in 2007. We wanted to create opportunities for church attendees to engage in serving their respective communities and to equip our international partner churches to do the same. We settled on calling the campaign Be Rich to leverage the momentum, interest, and content of a sermon series North Point Ministries' senior pastor, Andy Stanley, had preached earlier in the fall entitled How to Be Rich.

After 2007, Be Rich became an annual campaign. To date, people have given over 272,000 hours of service to our local communities, donated over $29 million to local and global causes, supplied more than 463 tons of food to community food pantries, sent almost 107,000 gift-filled shoeboxes to children around the globe, and blanketed our communities in love!

As we think about the future of Be Rich, we are excited to imagine the impact we can have as churches across the country and around the world join together to be rich in good deeds, to be generous and willing to share.

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