Changing Your Luck
Are you are feeling like you are down on your luck? Is everything bad happening at once? You must first change your thoughts. At New Sunflower Church, we believe in the Law of Attraction. It teaches, “That which you think and speak is that which you live”. One example of an old thought is “there isn’t enough to go around”. Another example is telling yourself that you are broke. If you keep saying those things, you will continue to live those thoughts and words. The universe has plenty for all. We can attract it. First, change your thoughts and words. Then, your luck will follow. It isn’t luck at all if you have that much power over it.
New Sunflower Church has established a benevolence fund to assist people who are in need. The church did this in exercise of its religious and charitable purposes. The church’s vision is to be more like Jesus who washed feet to show love and servitude. We also believe that Jesus would have recommended that we travel as he did. The closest we can come is a vision to one day spend more on benevolence than the building. Contact us to find out more about benevolence.
Giving to the Fund
The Church welcomes contributions to the fund from anyone wishing to contribute. You can contribute in two ways. You can write “benevolence fund” in the memo of a check or money order. You could also use an offering envelope and mark the benevolence fund box.
The administration of the benevolence fund is subject to the control of the Board. The administration includes all disbursements made to qualified individuals. The Board will consider recommendations from anyone on how best to disburse funds. The Board of directors is not bound in any way to honor any recommendation. If the Board does not honor a recommendation, a contributor can not recover a donation.
This is a permanent and ongoing fund of the church. The benevolence fund is available to all individuals of the general public. The Scriptures teach us in Galatians 2:10 that we should remember the poor. Additionally, Galatians 6:2 teaches us that we should bear one another’s burdens. The church may find it necessary to close the fund at some time in the future. The Board will vote with the Pastor’s approval. Upon vote with approval, all the funds will transfer to the general fund of the church.