Looking at your finances through the paradigm of stewardship profoundly affect how you manage your personal economy and respond to perceived risks
Is there such a thing as giving too much, and can giving become a detriment to your life?
Do you find yourself short on time and money and fail to find a way to give back to the community? Here’s my plan to fix it.
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.
For the past ten years in a row, Gallup polls have shown that Americans spend over $600 each on Christmas presents every year. Studies have shown that it takes months for most families to recover from the holidays after financing most of their spending with credit cards. Unfortunately, our overspending has been filtered down to […]
Studying the Word of God will shape our hearts and align our thoughts with His when it comes to giving, and our reluctance to give at times.
There are Christians who play the lottery and some who have even won large jackpots, in the millions of dollars. Should Christians tithe on lottery winnings?
Every year during the Christmas season our family likes to watch the old Christmas classics like “It’s a Wonderful Life,””Miracle on 34th Street” and “The Bishop’s Wife.“ In “The Bishop’s Wife” the well-meaning but misguided bishop, Henry, dreams of constructing a monumental cathedral. He is obsessed with his dream and the movie begins as he […]
A few weeks ago I published my post called “75 Frugal Gifts You Can Give For Christmas“. The post was an extensive list of frugal gift ideas, gifts that people could buy or make for their loved ones, but not break the bank. One of my favorite gift ideas from the list was one that […]
As I’ve studied Scripture about tithing, I’ve come to the conclusion that God’s desire for Christian giving is a bit different than what some might think.
Christmas time is only a month and a half away! At our house it’s one of the most joyous times of the year as we celebrate the birth of our savior, and revel in all the blessings we have seen in our lives during the year. This year we’re celebrating the birth of our first […]
A while back I examined how I view what the Bible says about personal finance. There was a brief introduction to something I like to call God’s Provident Plan, and I planned on looking at several aspects of God’s Provident Plan in a 4 part series. This is the last post in that series in […]
These past couple of weeks have been eye opening for me, and I have been challenged to think about greed, generosity and idolatry in whole new ways. It all started a few weeks back with a new building campaign fund that was being started at our church. Our congregation bought a new building 2 years […]
Ok, if you are reading this then there is a pretty good chance you are a Christian that is interested in Biblical Finance (if you aren’t a Christian…please keep reading to get a simple, easy to understand explanation of why Christians are called to be generous). Anyway, if you are one of those Christian Finance […]