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We now are excited to also offer online giving! Just use the "Give" button in the upper right corner to login or create an account and start a gift. We offer multiple options for reoccurring gifts as well as one time. 

Tithing is a practice where we give a portion of our income to support the work of Lonesome Dove Cowboy Church and our pastor. This helps us to rely on God to meet our needs and also makes us more aware of the needs of others.

How to Give. 


Giving back to God is an expression of our trust in him and his provision. When we offer our tithes and offerings, we pray to God for his blessings and guidance in using them for his purposes.


There are numerous ways to give donations. You may donate material goods or contribute through volunteer ministry efforts. You can also support church ministries and activities by sharing your talents, teaching religious education classes, assisting in worship services, and learning to counsel those who are mourning.


The most common donation is cash or check, but if you want to deduct the donation, you need to keep a record of it. To substantiate your deduction, you can use a check, credit or debit card, or electronic funds transfer, as all of these leave behind a paper trail. If you make a one-time cash donation, it is essential to get a receipt. Otherwise, you won’t be able to deduct the donation.


Online giving solutions offer a perfect combination of sincere intention and practical implementation.


Here at Lonesome Dove CC, we take pride in supporting our church to prosper in the realm of digital giving. The giving software provides effortless integrations, user-friendly interfaces, and robust security measures to facilitate tithing, online donations, and recurring gifts in a hassle-free and convenient manner.


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*Charitable donations are tax deductible and the IRS considers church tithing tax deductible as well. To deduct the amount you tithe to your church or place of worship report the amount you donate to qualified charitable organizations, such as churches, on Schedule A.



If tithing is not a habit yet, it can take some time to adjust and budget toward it. 

It's important to remember that being generous is more than just following rules or trying to earn approval. The key is to live generously and share your blessings with others, spreading love and kindness wherever you can. As long as you're making an effort to be more giving, you're on the right path.


Churches cannot simply open their doors and expect people to attend. Effective congregations must actively go out into the world to reach those in need of the gospel. It's crucial to embrace and share your church so that it can extend beyond its physical walls through worship, community events, ministries, and service.

  1. Learn to regard your community as an extension of your congregation. A church’s mission field goes beyond its membership to include all the people God calls it to serve. You are connected to individuals who never set foot in your building.
  2. Know what’s happening within the church — preaching, worship, music, Bible study, arena events —Churches can no longer rely on tradition to attract attendees in modern times.

  3. Don’t sit in your church building waiting for people to come. Be prepared to meet people where they are.


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