Jesus encouraged us to invest in things that have eternal value (Luke 12:29-34). The 90-Day Giving Challenge is a great way to take your next step toward participating in the abundance and faithfulness of God. What is your next step in giving?
At Inland Hills Church, we practice radical generosity for the support of Christ’s body, the church, and the good work to which we’ve been called in our community and throughout the world. Generosity is more than random acts of goodness; it’s the premeditated, designated sharing of personal financial assets.
Generous living is a matter of heart, even more than a matter of money. Jesus taught that “where your treasure is, there your heart will be also” (Matthew 6:21). When we follow after Jesus, we are called to prioritize giving as one way to demonstrate our growing discipleship.
Whatever amount you feel led to give, and however you choose to give it, we are truly thankful for your continued generosity.
Ways To Give
Text IHC to 77977 from your cell phone and follow the simple prompts.
Give through our secure online platform. Make a one-time gift, or set-up a recurring donation as often as you choose.
Mail your gift to: Inland Hills Church, 14670 Ramona Ave, Chino, CA 91710.
IHC accepts gifts of stock, as well as a variety of planned gifts. Call (909) 393-1577 for instructions.
How Your Gift Helps
• Your support of our “General Ministry Fund” enables ongoing ministries including weekend services, eChurch, IHC Kids & Students, small groups, care groups, local and global missions, and operations. To contribute to these aspects of IHC ministry, select “General Ministry Fund” from the dropdown menu online, or note that in the memo of your check.
• Contributions to IHC’s “Share Hope Fund” bring relief and joy to individuals facing financial challenges due to job losses and other unexpected situations. IHC also administers this funding to support nonprofit organizations working to meet basic needs. To contribute to this fund, be sure to select “Share Hope Fund” from the dropdown menu online, or note that in the memo of your check.