Ways to Give

As a church we do not spend beyond what God provides on a weekly basis


In Person

Come worship with us!

We give together every Sunday morning, personally bringing our offerings to the altar.


Mobile app

Text pushpay to 77977 to download the app and look for Living Word Fellowship as one of the payees (there may be others you give to as well).

Grocery Shopping

Community Rewards

Kroger Community Rewards® makes fund-raising easy.
Enter code 82309 when you register your Plus Card here.

On The Go

smart phone

Text livingwordfellowship to 77977 to go direct to our paying location and make your offering online

From Your Desk

On your computer

Visit our custom church link by clicking
Donate Now.



AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization every time you shop, at no cost to you. Support LWF by starting your shopping at smile.amazon.com.


Community in Christ

One of the realizations that we made this year is that we are completely disconnected from our community. People drive by us every day and we do little to engage them or care about their lives.

As we form our vision for the future we know that loving our community is a critical part of loving GOD. But that also gives us a compelling reason to get the word out locally as we grow the church. 

We do not believe it is productive to simply work in the community without offering people a chance to know Jesus and to connect with the body of Christ. We are not ashamed of the gospel or of one another. We can lift both up because we are all fearfully and wonderfully made in God's image. So we celebrate both who we are and what we can offer the community.

If you are the kind of person who enjoys serving others, can see the needs around you, and want to make an impression on the community we invite you to work on one of the following community projects:

Princess Ballet Troupe

Team Leader: Tara Peele

Love Loveland

Team Leader: Shielah Woods

Homeschool Initiative

Team Leader: Greg and Niki Smith

Cross-Church Collaborative

Team Leader: Stephen Peele Sr.

Living / Learning Center

Team Leader: Nancy Tubbs


Contact the Team Leader to learn more!


We are on a mission! 

Living Word Fellowship has chosen to support this ministry and several others every month. Each one is led by people we personally know. The amounts LWF sends depend on what you and others give.

Obey God as He leads you in your giving.


Missions We Support


Dr. Lynn Hood is an anointed speaker who helps Pastors and Leaders develop to their full potential and is qualified to offer guidance in the development of vision, mission and purpose for new churches.  Dr. Hood ministers in churches and other venues sharing the Gospel and teaching leadership development, spiritual and motivational gifts in the four corners of the world.

The Father's House
Daryl and Roxann Gunnarson

Daryl and Roxann  Gunnarson founded the Father’s House and the New Oaks Community in Hamilton OH, of which the Father’s House is a part. It consists of a group of families united in heart to love children through foster care and adoption.

Brice Gray

Brice is the pastor of Heart People, which still meets in homes. God has given Brice the assignment to deliver the gospel with an emphasis on the heart, hence the name of his ministry.

Gary and Kathy Hines

Soon after LWF became a part of Faith Covenant Ministries, Gary and Kathy Hines became one of our favorite missionaries. During their several  visits to LWF, they have blessed us through their messages, representing us in Uganda, and being personally supportive of Steve in a number of ways.

Oleg Kunin

Oleg Kunin is a man called to the world. He has relationships with a number of pastors in four continents, visited the US  at least a dozen times (including LWF several times), and recently led two Russian missionary teams to remote, unreached villages in the Himalayan Mountains.

Randy Sperger

Randi and Bobbi Sperger are used by God to recruit, train, and send several hundred Latin American missionaries to some of the most difficult places in the world.