The Generosity Project


By: Payne & Robson


ISBN: 9781925424577

29 in stock

In Christian circles, ‘generosity’ is often code for giving money. But generosity is about far more than money.

God is lavishly generous towards us in a thousand ways, and most of all in the grace of the gospel. God’s powerful generosity through the gospel not only saves us, but sets us free to live a new, big-hearted life—a life which is no longer turned inwards on ourselves, but which flows out to others with an open, generous hand.

The Generosity Project is a set of resources to help you discover and live this new, generous life. Through this book and its free online videos, you’ll work with a small group of other Christians to engage with what the Bible says about generosity, read or watch input from leading pastor-teachers, and work out what it all means in practice in your life.


Part 1: A world built on generosity

Part 2: The inward curve of the heart

Part 3: A new, generous life

Part 4: Money and the new life

Part 5: The partnership of the generous

Part 6: Reflection, action and prayer


The Generosity Project is an excellent resource to help Christians reflect deeply on a subject that is prominent in the Bible, but is often neglected in our teaching. The Generosity Project is always both challenging and grace-filled, Bible-based and practically applied. I warmly commend it for use by church groups and for individual readers.’

Vaughan Roberts – Author, Director of The Proclamation Trust, and Rector of St Ebbe’s, Oxford

‘This is a long overdue note that needs striking.’

Trevor Archer – London Director, FIEC UK

‘Well-balanced, deeply challenging, biblically rich and unavoidably practical. I was looking for areas that may have been neglected, but failed to find any. If we are inexcusably reluctant to talk about this subject, The Generosity Project will hopefully help break this silence.’

David Martin – Director, Irish Church Missions

‘I found it hugely exciting thinking of the good this could do, and I will certainly make use of it.’

David Gibson – Minister, Trinity Church, Aberdeen

‘It is excellent, highly usable, perceptive, challenging, clear, faithful and very well-produced. Its potential uses, from the individual Christian to the corporate, are very exciting.’

Trevor Johnston – Minister, All Saints’ Church, Belfast