Jesus warns us that we must choose between serving God and serving money. See how two wealthy men responded differently to Jesus’ call and learn how true joy lies in serving God rather than money.
Articles to help you develop and lead your stewardship ministry, and stewardship tips you can pass on to your congregation.
Join us for the first podcast in the FreedUp Program series. Learn how the idea of stewardship actually relieves financial stress and discover three key indicators of faithful stewardship.
Debt is dangerous – both spiritually and economically. But it can also be leveraged for good if it’s managed wisely. Discover the Bible’s warnings and the potential uses of debt.
Is debt expected and unavoidable? Is it inherently sinful? Is it somewhere between? See how debt is often a symptom of a problem rather than the problem itself and learn the importance of a balanced view of debt.
Over time, most of us experience raises and irregular extra income. Planning for these increases in income can be a key to pursuing financial freedom and growing in Christian stewardship.
Saving is an important part of Christian stewardship, but it’s often neglected. Learn about the different kinds of saving and see how saving can help lead you to financial freedom.
Tax time can challenge our integrity. But paying taxes is one element of managing our finances with integrity – and integrity is a key element of Christian stewardship.
Online giving is the major channel of generosity for many believers. But online giving can become disconnected from worship. How do we restore the relationship of giving and worship?
As Christians, we’re called to bring God glory with our lives. Stewardship is a key element of honoring God. It’s not about us – it’s about God!
Underlying our financial patterns are our personal money motivations. Understanding these motivations can help us establish good patterns and avoid potential pitfalls.
A Spending Plan may not work for one or more reasons. Adjusting the Spending Plan to accomplish your goals is about managing trade-offs.
Generous giving is a key part of Christian stewardship, but is often misunderstood. What should generous giving look like?