Online giving was a novelty in the American Church prior to COVID. But the closure of churches during the pandemic caused churches to scramble to maintain their offering revenue in the absence of giving in person. COVID normalized the practice of online giving. Almost every church, regardless of size, offers it to their members. Website giving, recurring giving, giving through church “apps,” and text to give are now common practices offered by most churches. A recent Barna Report cites that 44% of Americans give to their church digitally. Online giving is no longer a fad. It’s here to stay. The question I like to raise to church leaders is “How are you discipling your members to make online giving an act of worship?” If we don’t have a plan to make online giving an act of worship it will remain transactional and will become no different than any other bill that we pay.