Money matters are not foreign to Christian churches in general and the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church in particular. For over 40 years of experience, I have contributed and administrated Money Matters as an SDA Pastor. Money is the lifeblood that nourishes every economic interest of the SDA Church—from local levels through the various conference levels of its hierarchal or “representative” structure. This paper focuses attention on the major funding source for the SDA Church—Tithe. Its purpose is two-fold: to enlighten and evoke responses from the grassroots layperson and upper level Church governance respondents, as well as motivate a process of reflection and renewal of the present tithe remittance practice or fiscal policy.