No matter how hard we try, how perfect our life seems to appear, we all fall short of the mark.
When it comes down to it, too much of our time is spent worrying about our daily needs. Keeping food on the table, clothes on our backs, and putting fuel in the gas tank.
There are only so many hours in a day. And when we have multiple things vying for our attention, it’s not always easy to say yes to one, and let the others go by.
Where are your priorities right now? Are you focused on things that have eternal value? Or are the tangibles, finances, jobs, stuff, vying for your attention?
Take a look in your garage, wade through the stuff in your closets, what are you holding on to that could serve its purpose elsewhere? Perhaps it’s time for a little spring cleaning at your house!
There’s something in our human nature that says if my neighbor has it, I want it! Why does the grass always appear greener in someone else’s yard? Do you find that you're deeply dissatisfied?
Covetousness is a sin we often don’t see. Jealousy is an attitude of our hearts. and challenge us to examine our attitudes.
Our culture worships the role of money in our lives, to the point where it becomes the highest priority to have more, more, and more. Encouragement for us to re-examine our priorities.
The Bible claims that the love of money is the root of all evil. So if we’re obsessed with the accumulation of wealth, what kind of life will we have?
No matter the size of our bank account, we’re called to have an attitude towards finances that honors God. Let's discuss the difficulties surrounding money, when you have too much of it, and when you have just enough to get by.
Contentment is often an elusive quality. Here one minute and gone the next. What does it mean to be content with what we have, in a world offering more of what we don’t need?