Journey of Generosity

A Journey of Generosity (JOG) is a gathering of friends and/or family focused on the joy of living generously. It includes stories of generous givers, interactive discussions, reflection opportunities and Bible study that enables participants to process the biblical message of generosity. It is story-driven and experiential in nature. Each participant has the freedom to experience their unique journey with God around generosity. Therefore, we do not tell people how they should give, where they should give, or how much they should give. In fact, all our hosts sign a promise not to allow the promotion of specific ministries or giving opportunities so that this stays a complete safe place to explore generosity.

Who should go?

Anyone who has experienced that it is more blessed to give than to receive. If you’ve been invited to a Journey of Generosity, someone already believes you are generous and knows the joy you’ll find as you further explore this life-giving message with friends.

Is there a hidden agenda?

Many people who want to talk to you about money want something from you. Generosity Path is privately funded, so you’ll never be asked for money. Ever. Here is our agenda: we want to give you the gift of conversation. We want your heart to be captured by Jesus and generosity and to create a place to figure out what that means for your journey. We don’t want something from you, we want something for you.


Would you like to host a Journey of Generosity Retreat?

Hosting a JOG is easier than ever before! Our full retreat has been placed online so that you can easily access it wherever you are. Our facilitators, Les and Fiona, will lead you and your friends through the retreat. All you need to do is invite 6-10 people to join you in your home or via video conferencing, register on our online platform, and press play! It’s as simple as that.

This version of the Journey of Generosity is currently available in English only, but we do have JOGs available with live facilitation in other languages. If you’ve been invited to a JOG in another language, please speak to your host for further information.