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SISTEM PERSEMBAHAN

TERPADU

SOUTHERN ASIA-PACIFIC DIVISION


OF THE GENERAL CONFERENCE
STEWARDSHIP DEPARTMENT
Stewardship Definition

Stewardship is the lifestyle of


one who accepts Christ’s
lordship, walking in
partnership with God and
acting as His agent to
manage His affairs on earth.
Sejarah Singkat Persembahan

• Persembahan Sekolah Sabat


diperkenalkan tahun 1878 untuk
mendukung Misi di Australia.
• Tahun 1909 General Conference
memutuskan bahwa semua
Persembahan Sekolah Sabat
dialokasikan untuk Misi Sedunia.
Sejarah Singkat Persembahan
• Persembahan Sabat ke 13 dirancang
kemudian untuk Proyek Misi Khusus.

• Persembahan Syukur-Hari Lahir dimulai


tahun 1905. Tahun 1919, General
Conference memutuskan bahwa
persembahan ini akan digunakan untuk
Pekerjaan Misi Baru dan Misionari Baru.
Sejarah Singkat Persembahan

• Dana Investasi mulai akhir tahun


1880 dan awal 1890 dan telah
diperkenalkan secara resmi oleh GC
tahun 1925.
• Pengumpulan dana tahunan seluruh
dunia telah dilaksanakan setiap
tahun sejak 1908.
MENGAPA BERUBAH?
• Tahukah anda berapa banyak
persembahan yang GMAHK
sesungguhnya miliki?
• Tahukah saudara ke mana
persembahan itu pergi?
• Tahukah saudara bagaimana itu
digunakan ?
Persembahan yang
Sesungguhnya
• Sekolah Sabat -

• Syukur-Hari Lahir - Disebut Persembahan


• Perluasan Misi - Misi – semua pergi ke
dalam satu keranjang
• Korban Tahunan -

• Dana Investasi -
Bagaimana dengan
Persembahan Khusus?
• Persembahan Sabat ke 13
• AWR
• ADRA
• Kebebasan Beragama
• Suara Nubuatan
• Pelayanan Wanita
• Pelayanan TV
• Orang Muda – Minggu Sembahyang
• Persembahan Rapat Akbar GC
• Loma Linda and Andrews University
• Pengumpulan Dana
Bagaimana dengan
Persembahan Khusus? (Lanj.)
• Pelayanan Kesehatan
• Penginjil Literatur
• Pendidikan
• Pelayanan Masyarakat
• Pelayanan Catatan
Kristen
• Minggu Kebersamaan
Keluarga
• Suara Nubuatan
• Roh Nubuat
• Persembahan Sekolah
• Persembahan Khusus
Daerah
Bagaimana dengan
Persembahan Khusus? (Lanj.)
• The 1923 the Church calendar
listed 23 special days, weeks of
designated offerings.

• The 1965 ’s calendar had 39.

• In 1994 there were 84 !


RESULTS
• The profusion of offerings leads to
confusion
• Discouragement to give in the big pot
without seeing the results
• Specific donation is accentuated
• An increase competition between
church entities/services
• A decline in church support
Solution

• Simplify the system

• Return to basic Biblical Offering


system
“God has devised a plan by which all
may give as He has prospered them,
and which will make giving a habit
without waiting for special calls....
Until all shall carry out the plan of
systematic benevolence, there will be
a failure in coming up to the apostolic
rule. (Testimonies, vol. 3, p. 411)
Systematic Benevolence
is the key answer to the
actual of offering
PROPOSAL
ONLY ONE OFFERING

All departments and institutions


working for the same goal, each
will receive a percentage of the
One Offering Fund based on how
much they collected before.
EMPHASIS

ON PLANNED GIVING
• One Offering plan is planned
at home.
• It is a certain percentage of
your income.
• It may be equal to your tithe.
SYSTEMATIC GIVING IS NOT:

• Emotional

• Influenced by who is running the


program

• Influenced by the type of project

• Controlled by the donor


Systematic giving:
• Is empowered by the Holy Spirit

• Is intentional

• Comes from a joyful heart


SIMPLIFIED SYSTEM
• Name = Combined Offering or One
Offering Plan
• This offering will be collected two
times; one in the Sabbath School
time, and the other one will be on
the Divine worship.
REASONS

1. There are members who are


not practicing the one
offering plan.
2. There are visitors who are
ready to give their offering
for the Sabbath School.
Key Characteristics
• Tithes & Offerings promoted as expression
of worship to God
• Tithe–recognition of God’s ownership
• Offerings-expression of love & gratitude
• Financial expression of worship begins with
tithes & offerings
• Members will be informed as to the use of
tithes and offerings
Organizational Steps
• Organizational choice
• Stewardship director with primary
responsibility
• Educational strategy
• Communication strategy
• Calendar of Offerings used for
education
WORLD MISSION FUNDS/OOP
pp 657, 658.
• The regular mission funds in all the
world include such general offerings as:
• 1.Sabbath School
• 2.Annual Sacrifice
• 3. All donations given for the purpose
to which mission appropriations are
made.This funds are accumulated as
world mission funds and are recognized
as GC funds.
00P- SSD WP p. 658.
• OOP includes:
• Regular weekly mission offering,
• Sabbath School investment
• Birthday
• Thank offering
• Conf/Mission development offering
• Church budget and
• GC funds.
OOP-SSD WP p. 658
• ALL OF THE FUNDS RECEIVED
DURING THE SABBATH SCHOOL
AND HOUR OF WORSHIP ( two
offerings) are PLACED INTO ONE
COMMON FUND CALLED:
“ONE OFFERING FUND”
Church building, SSD WP
p.658

The one offering that is


exempt from the OOP is the
Church Building Fund
Offering or donation given
for that purpose.
Distribution –SSD WP p.658
• The total amount received by the
local church is divided into two
equal parts ( 50 % ) each. Fifty
percent is retained by the local
church for the support of the local
church budget.The remaining 50%
is sent monthly to the local
conference/mission office.
Fund Distribution
100% Church Treasurer divided by 50/50
50%-retain in the local church
50%- forwarded to the Conference/ Mission
50%-becomes 100%-divided by 40/60
40%- retain in the Conference for the
development project of the Conference / Mission
60%- forwarded to the Union, becomes 100%
Fund Distribution
12%-retain in the Union for special project
88%- forwarded to the Division, then it becomes
100%
12%- retain in the Division for special project,
88%- forwarded to the GC, 12% for GC special
project
49%- Sabbath School Offering (World Mission)
19%- 13th Sabbath Offering
8%- Birthday and Thanks Offering
ONE OFFERING PLAN

10%

20%

50%

20%
Local Church World Mis. Of.
Miss. Dev. GC/Div/Un. Proj.
ONE OFFERING PLAN

• Local Church 50/50


• Conference / Mission 40/60
• Union 12/88
• Division 12/88
ONE OFFERING PLAN
• Local Church 50/50 Church retains ½ for church budget
Church sends ½ to Conf. / Mission
(The 50 becomes 100%).

• Conf. / Miss. 40/60 Conf. / Mis. Retains 40% for Development.


Conf. / Mis. Sends 60 on to the union
(The 60 becomes 100%).

• Union 12/88 Union retains 12% for Union Projects


Union sends 88% to the Division
(The 88% becomes 100%)

• Division 12/88 Div. retains 12% for Div. Projects. 88% to GC

• GC 12% GC Project
49% World Mission, SS Offerings
19% 13th SS Offerings
8% Birthday Thank Offerings
ONE OFFERING PLAN

40% 60%

Mission Union
Development
ONE OFFERING PLAN
How this works (from a treasurer’s viewpoint)

Mission Off. 5% = 100% : 40%


Sent to Mission Miss. Dev. 60%
To Union

Union 60% = 100% : 12 88%


%
Un.Project Sent to Div.

88% = 100% Project


12

Project
12

Off.
49

offering
19

thank
Division 8

% Birthday-
% GC

% Div.

% SS
13

th
Special offerings

When a special offering is to be


taken in the church which is
not part of the OOP , the entire
offerings shall go for the
specific purpose/project for
which the offering was taken.
Special contribution
Any contribution intended for a
specific purpose may be given at
any time, however it must be
placed in a tithe envelope and
mark accordingly.The total
contribution given must be
applied to the indicated purpose.
ONE OFFERING PLAN
Implications to the church members
Local Church Mission
10%
Con/Miss Offering = 50 50
100 50% 50%
100%

Union 50 = 20 30
100% 40% 60%

Division 30 = 3. 26.4
100% 6
12% 88%

Bday
GC 26.4 = Div.Pro. GC Pro. SS Off. 13 SS
Thank
3.1 3.1 12. 5.0 2.1
100% 712% 712% 94
49% 219% 18%
ONE OFFERING PLAN

• World Mission Funds (GC Funds):


– SS
– Annual Sacrifice
– Mission Extension
– Other donation for mission.
ONE OFFERING PLAN

No other offering for any


cause may be promoted
or received during the
Sabbath School
How do the local church use the 50%
Offering
1. It is used for the department budget of
the church.
2. It is used for the General Expense of the
church.
3. It is used to help the poor in church.
4. It is used for the church building.
5. It is used for other Church needs.
Why do we give Offering?
1.This is an expression of your love to God.

2. This is an expression of your gratitude to


God.
3. This is a recognition of all the blessings of
God which we constantly received from Him
from day to day.
4. This is a part of our worship to God- Worship
by giving.
END OF THE
PRESENTATION
How to compute the “suggestive giving guide?”
Formula: Tithe Income of last year, less 20% as
your loss factor, equals your net tithe income.
Sample: Tithe Income-----Php 271,514.06
Less 20% LF---- 54,302.81
net tithe income-- 217,211.25 X
10% = 100% Php 21,721.12
Church Budget: Php 74,545.87= 3.3%-50%
commitment/member X 2=6.6%=100%
Table: 1%= 21,721.12 6%= 130,326.75
2%= 43,442.25 7%= 152,047.87
3%= 65,163.37 8%= 173,769.00
4%= 76,023.93 9%= 195,490.12
5%= 86,884.50 10%= 217,211.25
Special Projects are the following:
1. Church Building- One Offering + Solicitation
2. School Building- One Offering + Solicitation +
Ingathering appropriation project.
3. Piano- Include this also, or Solicitation
4. Welfare-From the Ingathering project