Manage what God has given you
Stewardship has long been a sensitive topic in the church. Because of abuses by certain give-to-me-to-get-for-yourself preachers, many legitimate, godly pastors avoid the topic of finances for fear of seeming money hungry. However, as any Bible-teaching pastor would know, God remains Lord over all the earth and over every area of our lives—including the money He entrusts to us.
As Christians, then, we must think carefully about our stewardship in ways that honor God. How much money should I give to God’s work? Does the concept of stewardship only relate to finances? Should I expect to enjoy the act of giving—or just do it as a duty? Allow the tools on this page to enlighten your mind and renew your attitude as you seek to become a godly giver.
You and Your Money
None of us can live without it. But if you feel as though your money owns you more than you own it, then You and Your Money can offer some help. This practical guide will remind you that God owns everything, free you to give generously, widen your economic vision, and encourage you during tough financial times. Learn More
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(1 Timothy 6:6-10, 17-19)Need more consistency in handling your money? In 1 Timothy, Paul warned those who have little, those who want to have much, and those who actually have much to find a balance and enjoy the benefits of generosity.
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You and Your Money
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This practical 100-page LifeMaps book will remind you that God owns everything, free you to give generously, widen your economic vision, and encourage you during tough financial times.