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Deuteronomy 14:22 states that one-tenth of all that comes into your possession, belongs to God. This was God’s plan to instruct His people as to the way of blessings that He had for them. God is a multiplier by nature, and He could not multiply that which was not entrusted to Him. -NIV
As a Christian Believer, I believe that every gift we received every day comes from the God. I believe in giving back. I have made it my mission to take 10% of every paid tax return and donate it to Church Projects.
If you would like to join me in giving, I would love to give you all the necessary information.
If you would like more information on the organizations, just click on the picture for information.
-Cedar Creek Church, Toledo, OH -Fusion Camp 2017-2018-Bayshore Soccer Camp 2017-2018-
Thanks to you my clients/my friends. Thanks to you having faith in my abilities to prepare your tax returns, I have been able to donate to a lot more church organizations. The first place I was able to donate to was to The Nazarene Church in Jackson, MI. This year the church was able to send several Young People and Adults to Alaska for a mission trip.
The next one I was able to donate to was Bayshore Soccer Camp, in Sebewaing, MI. The next place I was able to donate to was Kidz Dayz VBS, In Ottawa Lake, MI through Literal Life Church. Finally, my home church of Cedar Creek, where I donate to the Jr. High and High school youth group.
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Is it right to count my church tithe on my tax returns?
"You were biblically obedient by giving your tithe to your church. The Bible tells us to be good managers of our money, but it does not diminish the sanctity of your gift if you take the tax deduction. It is a way to manage the other 90% of your money. Take the deduction.
Later when you get your income tax refund, remember that this is money you’ve already tithed, although you’re certainly welcome to devote some or all of it back to the Lord as additional thanks for His blessings."