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While gratitude may not need to be present in order for someone to give, it is necessary if that giving will ever transform into generosity. That's why we challenged Exponential Chicago to practice some gratitude!

Exponential Challenge: Celebrate Gratitude

We spend a lot of our time thinking about what generosity means, not just how we can encourage more to experience its transformational powers, though we do that too.

 

Dr. Brené Brown once simply remarked, “Practicing gratitude invites joy into our lives.”  

  

Here's the truth: discontentment is the greatest thief of joy and does little to stir us towards generosity. While gratitude may not need to be present in order for someone to give, it is necessary if that giving will ever transform into generosity. 

 

GRATITUDE PRECEDES GENEROSITY

 

That's why, last week, we asked our new friends at ExpoChi to practice generosity by grabbing a post-it, writing what they were thankful for, and slapping it alongside a whole bunch of others.

 

 

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With Thanksgiving right around the corner, how will your gratitude turn into generosity?

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We unleash generosity by empowering churches with inspirational, actionable content and Give.Church—a text, in-app, and online giving solution designed to engage new givers.