While a lot of the Christmas holiday has been over-run by consumerism and greed that has become so prevalent in our culture, for me looking back to God’s word really brings me hope.
God emphasizes four main financial principles of contentment, hard work, stewardship, and generosity repeatedly. It’s important to keep all 4 in balance.
Children may naturally be resistant to giving, but with these steps, you can set a charitable example that your child will follow now and in the future.
Everything we have is given by God. When we recently opened our hearts to this fact and increased our giving, we were blessed because of it.
The believers in Ephesus weren’t afraid to face the challenges of their faith and let go of what was holding them back. Why not follow their lead?
By looking at the life of Paul, we can learn what it takes to find contentment in our lives, and how he was able to be content despite it not coming naturally to him.
The Bible says it’s a wise move to plan ahead. But there’s danger in focusing too much on how our lives will play out, financially or otherwise. Here’s why it’s also important to focus on the here and now.
Here are 30 quotes about Easter and the resurrection to help us to think about the meaning behind the day.
There is great power in giving and much good can result from it. But do you have ulterior motives? Here’s how to make sure you’re the right type of giver.
Have you ever realized just how much you have financially and in other ways? How do you practice an attitude of gratitude?
You and I have hungers in this life we would like to satisfy. And just like Jesus, ours often boils down to a spiritual battle.
God allows us to use money and wants us to be appreciative for how it impacts our life. But He certainly doesn’t want our love for money to supersede our love for Him.
You may think the Bible sends mixed signals about debt being good or bad. But the Bible is pretty clear on this issue – debt brings financial slavery. Wouldn’t you rather be free?
God instilled in each of us a work ethic. You cannot profit though – financially or otherwise – if you choose to give it less than your best.