Giving FAQ

Is online giving at The Journey secure?

Yes! Our online giving provider, Pushpay, is certified with the Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standards (DSS) as a Level 1 Service Provider. You can rest easy knowing that your giving is completely secure. Click HERE to give now.

Are there any limits to giving online?

If you give by ACH online, the maximum giving limit is $15,000 within a seven-day period. If you would like to give beyond that amount, please use an alternate form of payment, such as credit, debit, or check.

What end date should I use when scheduling my recurring donation? 

If you’re using a credit or debit card to give, use the card expiration date. You’ll receive an email reminder when you need to update your information. You can then select the frequency and the start and end dates of your giving.

What do the categories of giving mean?  Which one should I select when giving? 

This is known as percentage giving, or what we call “give your first.  Generosity becomes most meaningful when it’s a habit.  One of the best ways to develop that habit is what the Bible calls “tithing” – consistently giving a tenth of your income as a beginning point of generosity.

I’m not sure I’m ready to give. What should I do?

We recognize that giving is a big step. It can be scary and intimidating. But, we also believe that giving is an important part of spiritual growth, so we want to make it as unintimidating as possible. Therefore, we challenge you to take the 90-Day Tithe Challenge. Make a commitment to give here at The Journey for 90 days, and if at the end of those three months you haven’t grown spiritually, we’ll give it all back. Yep, we’re serious – we’ll give it all back. What do you have to lose?


These funds go directly toward expanding our campus for the future.