Most people have not learned Scriptural truths about money at home, church, or in school. Others have, but have yet to apply them. As a result, many of us live by the world’s perspective on finances instead of God’s.
God has called us to live a life built on an eternal perspective. When we apply this to our income and possessions, then we can truly be free from the pull of the culture and materialism. He has called us to be transformed in our hearts, minds, and lives. Scripture provides principles we need for wise and faithful money management.
Financial Faithfulness covers the important topics of debt, saving, giving, and developing your spending plan. This study series will help you to be smart about money. Then you can maximize your ministry, work, and financial life goals. This will give you peace of mind with money throughout your lifetime.
Many of us live by the world’s perspective on finances instead of God’s. When we apply an eternal perspective to our income and possessions, then we can truly be free from the pull of the culture and materialism. Learn more about God’s view on wealth.
It is crucial to understand debt and it’s consequences, because it has a great impact on our lives and our options for the future. Explore the Bible’s view on borrowing and lending.
God has called us to provide for ourselves, our families, and our future; however, we sometimes struggle to save money. Learn what Proverbs has to say about saving.
Because we are made in God’s image, we have the desire to give; however, many of us do not experience all God has for us in the adventure of giving. Find out how to live more generously.
Many people do not have a spending plan and often find themselves in a cycle of having more days left in a month than they have money for. One of the keys to financial faithfulness is having a plan. Learn how to live today with an eye toward the future.
Many people have no idea where they stand with their money. This study looks at solid principles of managing wealth and taking care of our possessions. Move forward with a spending plan.