Perry Noble’s NewSpring Church Promises to Refund Tithe If You Don’t Get Blessing In 90 Days

(PHOTO: SCREENGRAB/NEWSPRING CHURCH/PERRY NOBLE) Pastor Perry Noble talks to congregants of NewSpring Church about sin and freedom, Anderson, South Carolina, January 24, 2016.
(PHOTO: SCREENGRAB/NEWSPRING CHURCH/PERRY NOBLE)
Pastor Perry Noble talks to congregants of NewSpring Church about sin and freedom, Anderson, South Carolina, January 24, 2016.

If you don’t get a blessing or conclude that “God’s a liar” after 90 days of tithing at Perry Noble’s NewSpring Church in South Carolina, the church has promised to return “every dime you gave during the 90 day period.” No questions asked.

“Because we believe what the Bible says about tithing, we commit to you that if you tithe for three months and God doesn’t hold true to His promises of blessings (Malachi 3:10), we will refund 100 percent of your tithe. No questions asked,” declares the church on its 90-Day Tithing Challenge webpage.

“After you sign up, we’ll send you resources and encouragement. We would also love to hear your story along the way — how is God blessing you after taking this next step in your walk with Him?” the message continued.

The Christian Post reached out to NewSpring Church Tuesday to hear more about the challenge and whether or not the nearly 30,000-member multi-site church has ever returned funds from tithe challenges to people who said they weren’t blessed by God, but a response was not available by press time today.

NewSpring’s latest annual financial report from 2014 available online indicates that the tithing challenge has been in place for at least two years.

In 2014 the church reported that 1,689 people participated in the 90-day tithing challenge and the church collected some $59.3 million in tithes and offerings. This was a 17 percent increase over the $50.7 million given in 2013.

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SOURCE: The Christian Post
Leonardo Blair