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Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.


living generously

Generosity is woven throughout the Bible. In the narrative of God, we see Him as one who freely gives. He gives love, life, and an opportunity to be with Him by lavishing grace on us and giving His only son, Jesus. At The Path, we believe in living generously by freely giving to meet the needs of those in the body of Christ and investing in the lives being transformed around the city of Atlanta, the country, and the world. Your generosity makes that possible and as we all come together, we see God move powerfully.

Vision Fund

At The Path, our vision is to create churches that mobilize the next generation. For us, this means allowing people, no matter physical age, the opportunity to know God deeply and get to work building His kingdom. The vision fund was developed to specifically invest in resources that meet the goal of equipping God’s people in order to create churches that impact the community.


To give to our "Vision Fund", just click on the link below and select "Vision Fund" in the dropdown menu labeled "Giving Type".

Kavi Pudu Next Gen Fund

Each week the donations that we collect go towards meeting the needs of our local, regional, and global community. One fundraising opportunity that is truly dear to our hearts is the Kavi Pudu Next Gen Fund. The goal of this endeavor is to train and mobilize the next generation of leaders to add value to the church and the community. The fund was established in memory of Kavi Pudu, a Morehouse College student, who transformed from being gang affiliated to devoting his life to preaching the gospel throughout Atlanta. Kavi went home to be with the Lord on October 1, 2017 but his impact continues to be felt in the lives of young adults across the country.

To give to our "Kavi Pudu Next Gen Fund", just click on the link below and select "Kavi Pudu Next Gen Fund" in the dropdown menu labeled "Giving Type".

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