Generous City, FORCLT

Becoming a Generous City

What would the city look like if the Church were living out the generosity that the Scriptures call us to? How would our city change? How many lives would be transformed?

When a spirit of biblical generosity grows in the heart of a city, actions large and small hold the power to transform entire communities and miraculous things happen.


JOHN PUTNAM
President
National Christian Foundation Carolinas

National Christian Foundation Carolinas, in partnership with our community of marketplace leaders, churches, ministries, and non-profits, is working to spread the message of Biblical generosity in Charlotte. The outreach will focus on inspiring and mobilizing the generosity of the Church to transform the city, recognizing that everything we are and everything we have is God’s.

Next Step: Attend a luncheon to learn more about how to spread the culture of generosity and transform our city.

Registration is closed for this event. But stay tuned–we’re planning the next one soon!

Mark your calendars for a luncheon designed to motivate and encourage, as John Putnam, President of NCF Carolinas, shares about building a culture of generosity within your organization or circle of influence. You’ll leave with ideas, tools, and resources that can be put to use immediately in the workplace, your families, small groups, and communities. 

October 2, 2019

11:45 – 1 pm

Roosters Wood-Fired Kitchen, Southpark

RSVP to Shelley Moreau (slmoreau@ncfgiving.com)

Lunch will be provided by an anonymous donor. Due to limited seating, max 2 representatives per organization, please.

Learn more about Becoming a Generous City through this video from the Movement Day Charlotte.