Most of us will never hold a million dollars in our hands. Yet there are priceless treasures we can possess in the here and now! Let's explain why it’s better to pursue the riches of Christ, instead of chasing after the temporary resources of the world.
Is the decision to serve money over God a choice we make with our wallets, or is it a decision we make with our hearts?
Some people claim that God wants everyone to be rich, healthy, and happy. But a closer look at Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount shows that assumption is off base.
Whether it’s a fire, thieves, or a stock market crash, our earthly wealth can be destroyed in an instant. That’s why Jesus encourages us to put our treasure somewhere truly safe! Hear timely teaching from the Sermon on the Mount.
When improperly used, money can take center stage in our lives, and assume a role only God can fill. Let's look at Luke chapter 16 for guidance on how to keep our finances in proper perspective.
Sometimes it feels like our lives revolve around money. But when we study Jesus’ teaching on our finances, we learn to put money in its proper perspective.
Jesus often used parables to teach lessons on faith and life. Let's listen to a dramatic interpretation of Jesus’ story on the shrewd manager.
When the economy is under severe strain, and families are struggling to make ends meet, it’s tempting to focus on taking care of ourselves and overlook the needs of those around us.
Our culture is me-centric. Focusing on what will make me more money and give me more prominence. But those who follow God are called to have a different outlook on life.
Whether you’re a full-time professional, or a stay-at-home mom, your perspective on work matters to God! Find practical help if you’re unemployed right now, and are looking for your next assignment.