Tithing and Fast Offerings
The choices we make with money are at the heart of mortality’s test. Will we choose to waste our resources upon transitory pleasures, or will we choose to serve others and build up the kingdom of God?
President Gordon B. Hinckley reminds BYU students that their university is sustained by tithing. The widow's mite is a sacred contribution.
It is a privilege to obey the law of tithing. Through it, the Lord blesses the Church with growth and individuals with greater faith and capacity for good.
Though tithing is a sound financial principle, the blessings of paying an honest tithe go far beyond the temporal and extend into the eternities.
Marion G. Romney compares and contrasts the theoretical underpinnings and practical implementation of socialism and the United Order.
Joseph L. Wirthlin discusses the ways the Church uses tithing, he reminds us that the Lord asks for one tenth of our income and blesses us in return.
The inspired welfare program of the Church is founded upon the eternal gospel principles of unity, charity, and hard work.