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Macedonian Grace has changed. It is no longer a site geared to reflection on giving as worship but is now an avenue for me to share what I've learned or am learning as I live my life as a believer. Macedonian Grace was the gift God gave to the Christians in Macedonia to give what they could and in some cases beyond what they could for sake of their fellow believers in the global church. This blog was intended to allow believers to ponder the affect our financial decisions and beliefs have on our relationship with God. May you still be encouraged to depend on God and give where God calls you to the glory of His Name.
Aristarchus was a Macedonian Christian mentioned many times in Acts ministering alongside the apostle Paul. Aristarchus was with Paul when he was imprisoned writing to Colosse and is one of Paul's fellow workers as mentioned in Philemon. My hope is that we may all be like the Macedonians prayerfully seeking to give out of the material blessings that God has given us. Just as Paul encouraged Titus so I encourage you to excel at the grace of giving.