How we use our money is a strong indication of how we relate to God. Not only that, but how we use our money actually moves our hearts closer to God or further away from God.
Articles to help you develop and lead your stewardship ministry, and stewardship tips you can pass on to your congregation.
Are you a good steward? Analyze your financial habits and practices against three key indicators to determine if they reflect a pattern of Biblical stewardship.
People in financial crisis may need more than a course on stewardship. Train budget coaches to walk with them on the path toward financial stability.
It’s important for your staff to be financially free – to honor God with their finances. As Jesus said, our hearts follow our treasures. Are you equipping your staff to honor God consistently with their finances?
If your congregation is like most, you have people in different places financially. Does your stewardship ministry produce real disciples in the area of Biblical stewardship from people in all different places financially?
Your congregation is learning about money. But are they learning God’s principles or the world’s? The only place where our congregations will get a God-centered view of money is the Church.