Posts tagged “Money Matters”
I forget God’s truths about money so easily
It’s a weird feeling when you notice someone else’s wealth and feel envy creeping in, isn’t it? I hope you’re immune from that, but…
How Do You Handle Success?
Do you let your success and work become your identity?
How You Can Make an Impact: Without Huge Dollar Signs
Do you need to have a huge bank account in order to have a huge impact?
When Jesus Encouraged Using Money, Possessions, and Ambition
Say what? Jesus wants us to learn things from dishonest managers?
Teaching kids to live generously
Here’s the scene: Mall atrium. Mall Santa sitting on a puffy red chair surrounded by world-worn, shady-looking elves. Long line of squirmy kids accompanied…
Thankful for What I Can’t Afford
Don’t just give thanks for what’s in your shopping cart. Give thanks for what you can’t afford. Why? So you remember your true treasure. This week we dug into our vault to bring you this 2017 Thanksgiving series from Pastor Jon. Though we had to brush off the dust, God’s Word is timeless!
Patience in Finances
It’s so difficult to have patience with your finances when you look around and everyone else seems to be thriving while you struggle.
Use worldly wealth to gain eternal friendships
Some things that were valuable in 2019 have no value in 2020. For example, the plane tickets I purchased in 2019 had no value…
The value of volunteering
I wouldn’t blame newbies to Christianity for being a little confused at first. So many of the main teachings of the faith are paradoxes,…
I feel overwhelmed
Sometimes life is good—you’re caught up with all your obligations, bills paid, health good, daily pressures manageable, no crises at work. But other days…
Suffering Serves You Well
There are so many distractions in this world that drive us away from God. How does God bring us back? Pastor Jeremy’s answer may surprise you.
Living with loss: Your wealth
Nobody is immune from financial disaster. It can happen in so many ways—expensive health catastrophe, protracted loss of income to the family breadwinner, bad…