Why Do We Give? 

God is a generous giver. He gives us everything from essential provisions, like the food we eat, to His unfailing and unconditional love. Because of His deep love for us, He gave us the ultimate gift of eternal life with Him through the gift of His Son.

Giving is one of the key ways we worship God, and no believer wants to be ungenerous in worshiping Him. When we understand that everything we have comes from God, we realize the resources we possess are assets to be invested in the kingdom of God.

As we seek to become more like Christ, we will grow in our giving. And every time we make a decision to give generously, we discover that God refuses to be out-given (Malachi 3:10).

What is a tithe and what is an offering?

A Tithe is a mathematical term and literally means 10%. Leviticus 27:30 and Proverbs 3:9 instruct us to bring the tithe first.

We are stewards, not owners, of what God has entrusted to us (1 Chronicles 29:11-12). Therefore, tithing is bringing back what is God’s to God, and He entrusts us with the remainder to use appropriately.

Any amount above 10% is considered an offering to God. This type of giving is over and above the tithe. 

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There's more than one way to give. 


Over 35% of our church gives online. It's simple and secure. Through one easy transaction you can specify gifts to our General Operating Fund or our Stewardship Campaign.

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Other ways to Give 

Sunday Worship Services   

Just place your check or cash in one of the Tithes & Offerings boxes located in the Worship Center. If you are giving to both our General Operating Fund and our Stewardship Campaign Fund, separate checks are welcomed but not necessary. If you choose to write one check, please specify in the memo section amounts for each fund. 

Automatic Bank Pay   

This is an easy and effective way to systematically give through your checking or savings account. Simply log onto your individual bank account and follow your bank's instructions to set up CBF as a new payee. If giving to our Stewardship Campaign Fund, please specify "Stewardship".


Checks can be mailed to us at 751 W. Sandy Lake Rd., Coppell TX 75019. 


If you have appreciated assets (i.e., stocks, bonds, real estate) that you would like to donate to CBF, contact our Church Treasurer, Wes Kilmer.   

If you have any questions concerning ways to give, please contact the church office at 972.304.8195 ext 101, or speak to any of our Elders. 



Note: CBF's fiscal year runs from April-March.