Pay For Pray Contract

Donations are expected from many churches, ostensibly to support and maintain the church buildings and priests. But this practice is also related to the tradition of religious sacrifice, where worshipers make an offering to their god. This certainly gets exaggerated by televangelists who ask for regular donations so God will answer their prayers.

I’ve seen a few instances of clerics who impose some restrictions on their healing. Normally it’s minor, as causing intra-party conflict over not using resources to aid the party is generally bad. (Not accepting healing is more common.) But some flavourful restrictions on accepting divine air, being the recipient of a miracle, can be an interesting character concept to explore.