Life that Is Truly Life

Walk with us on the path of generosity towards a life filled with joy.


Life that Is Truly Life

Walk with us on the path of generosity towards a life filled with joy.


Welcome to the generosity movement

We envision a vibrant global community of givers who follow Jesus,
whose hearts are transformed, who put their generous intent into action, and who give with others. 

Some places we've gathered recently:


Manila, Philippines - January
Paris, France - January
Dubai, UAE - January
Nairobi, Kenya - February
Lenk, Switzerland - February
Harare, Zimbabwe - March
Abidjan, Ivory Coast - March
Belgrade, Serbia - March
Mutare, Zimbabwe - March

Kristiansand, Norway - March
Nairobi, Kenya - April
Melbourne, Australia - April
Bistrita, Romania - April
Potchefstroom, South Africa - April
Coimbatore, India - April
Hong Kong - April
Bristol, United Kingdom - April
Jakarta, Indonesia - April




 It's a time of refreshment and being challenged.  It is a safe place where we will never ask you for money.

It is a place where you can interact with others who are also entrusted with much.

Participation in the Celebration of Generosity is by invitation only. 

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We facilitate safe conversations around the biblical message of generosity.


We facilitate safe conversations around the biblical message of generosity.

Generosity Path will never ask you for money.  We are privately funded by a group of Christian givers.

 During our time together, we place Christ at the center and remove anxiety.  


We explore God’s Word, reflect, and view stories of how God has captured givers' hearts. By being together with other generous people, whom God has entrusted with much, God lifts our eyes and renews our hearts, reminding us of the joy of a life truly lived. 


Our Stories

Lives transformed through the power of generosity.

Our Stories

Lives transformed through the power of generosity.

Three Lessons on Giving from Jonathan Pak

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Three Lessons on Giving from Hennie Muller


God May Test Your Integrity and Trustworthiness.

Jonathan’s financial planning firm in Korea has 95 advisors serving more than 10,000 clients. But before God gave him this successful business, Jonathan says, “I was very poor and didn’t have enough to run my family, because I could not find a job during an economic recession.” To secure a job in an insurance company, Jonathan’s Branch Manager wanted him to falsify a document about his career.

He told Jonathan, “You need to have been an advisor for four years, but you’ve only been here for one, so just change your career history and I’ll appoint you.”

Jonathan says, “God tested my integrity.” On the way back home after that conversation, “I said to God, ‘I regret being a Christian because I could make more money.’ But that was a lie. My salary was just $1000 (USD) per month. That’s not big money!”

“But this is the Christian life. I opened my Bible and the story where the Holy Spirit hindered Paul from going to Asia. I decided that I should not go faster than the Holy Spirit.” I told my company “no.” 

Then a high-ranking officer in the company—even higher than the branch manager—heard about it and said, to Jonathan, “I heard you are such an honest person and because of your integrity, why don’t you join our company?” Jonathan says, “So God blessed me and I became a good income earner, and I learned how to pray and do business based on prayer.”

As God built his business, Jonathan gave more and more. “I was giving maybe 50 percent at that point” as he started his business. Jonathan says he gave “because I wanted to see what God would do; I wanted to say, ‘You are the One who blesses me.’ I had been poor, but God blessed me a lot. As that happened, people gathered around my company.”

God’s Financial Wisdom Changes Advising.

Jonathan connected with Kingdom Advisors in the U.S. and began translating the materials for all his advisors. Jonathan and his colleagues became more confident offering biblical advice to clients. “We let them know that there are powerful, transcendent principles of financial planning from the Bible,” says Jonathan.

For example, children in Korea may assess others’ families’ wealth by asking “How big is your house?” After a woman’s son complained that his classmates laughed at the size of his house, she came to one of Jonathan’s advisors and asked about going into debt for a bigger house. Jonathan asked “Why do you want a bigger house?” She said, “Because my child has been discouraged a lot, so I want to buy a bigger house.” Jonathan’s advisor asked, “How do you think God thinks about your plan?”

The lady was surprised, “Is God concerned about my borrowing money from the bank?” This Korean Kingdom Advisor showed her passages on debt and then said, “Why don’t we just pray about this for one week?” One week later, she said, “This is not right for me to borrow money with this kind of motivation.”

“These kinds of questions are a very Christian approach,” says Jonathan. “We tell clients: enjoy giving, prepare your eternity, avoid debt.”

God Will Call You to Seasons of Earning and Seasons of Learning.

“As a church member, it is sometimes tough,” says Jonathan. “There can be giving fatigue. Giving can feel like an obligation, like a duty. But when I joined the Journey of Generosity, I was surprised at the different talk about giving. I realized how far away my attitude was from the Lord’s attitude.”

Jonathan has continued to hear from God. He gave his position to new president. “I asked God, ‘Let me know your sign.’ He’s told me to go to seminary, but I’ll also keep speaking and encouraging financial advisors. My wife knows that I was very happy as a financial advisor, meeting with people and sharing the Gospel with them and encouraging them to follow Christ, so we plan to keep doing some of that.”

“God wants me to do something in this industry,” says Jonathan, but he’s discerned that his next step is to advise “not as a business, but as a ministry.”

Live Like You Have Ten Minutes.

Three years ago, Hennie was competing in the Midmar Mile swimming competition. Then, Hennie says, “I had a heart attack and was dead for twenty minutes. I lost consciousness while swimming and it was total blackness. Miraculously, I finished the swim, walked 75 meters and touched a total stranger on his shoulder, who co-incidentally (nothing is co-incidental) just happened to be a medical doctor.

“Within 60 seconds, CPR was applied. I was ‘dead’ for twenty minutes before my heart started beating again.” The media reported on Hennie’s miracle.

“This helped me understand that I’m in the ‘last ten minutes of my life’. In rugby/soccer, etc., the last ten minutes is crucial., Ask ‘How are you going to use your last hours on Earth?’Leave a legacy.”

Bring Your Business Skills to Your Charitable Interests.

“I run a national organization that manages electricity and water supply for over 1,000 shopping malls and property owners,” says Hennie, “but my real background is multi-level marketing, like Amway and Golden Neo-Life Products.” Hennie has trained more than 100,000 people. “Now I want to train a new generation of leadership in South Africa, across races and classes.”

Find the Spirit-led Places Where Giving Brings the Greatest Return.

“God has cleared up my purpose,” says Hennie. “When I spend time with God, I get clarity. He pours out a vision bit by bit.”

Hennie explained that he used to be indiscriminate in the ways he helped the poor. “But most poor seem content with their lot in life” he says, “many don’t get out of that poverty mindset of receiving something for nothing, instead of contributing to their own independence. I realized that my money got different results from different initiatives. God led me to invest in the next generation rather than trying to change the poverty mindset of adults.”

Hennie - along with a board of advisors - has launched the iDestiny training program, which in essence has developed a training facility at Camp Unity situated outside the city of Bloemfontein South Africa, to raise up a new generation of leaders for South Africa.

Once established, this successful model will be expanded all around South Africa, where the vision is to impact over 100,000 youth every year “We want it to be a trigger point and help activate them for their life, and facilitate integrating them into existing ‘support programs’ in churches, schools and NGO’s” he says.