In today’s society we are seeing more and more young people that have not been trained in the very basic principles of stewardship.
Rather than try to figure out what to do on your own, implement these Bible principles; then stand back and watch God be true to His word.
Our current economic times have certainly caused us to reevaluate our priorities when it comes to our finances. All of us have discovered areas where we may have “wasted” our money.
If you find your heart has become somewhat cold toward the things of God, lay up your treasure in His work and watch your heart become warm.
What do you know about money? Who taught you about money? Did you learn the principles of earning, spending, giving, saving, and investing money in school?
As the new year begins, everyone is busy seeking to fulfill New Year’s resolutions. Hopefully as you set your goals for 2009 you included your personal finances on the list.
As we celebrate the Christmas season, let us cease searching for that elusive expensive gift. Instead, let us give the true “perfect gift.”
In recent days, we have seen the decline in the economic climate not only here in the United States but around the world. This decline has been felt by many, if not all, at one level or another.
Many of us set contribution goals for the work of the Lord this calendar year. Reviewing those goals against actual contributions up to this point allows us to make up any shortfalls prior to the end of the year.