Here are five financial resources utilized by many clergy and other Christians.
Thrive in 5 Financial
Reading and understanding the Bible well is a skill that every follower of Jesus should pursue.
This month, we’ll examine five conclusions from the life and teaching of Paul especially as relates to pastors.
There are many available avenues for financial strategies for those desiring faith-based resources.
The Bible tells us that God loves a cheerful giver (2 Cor. 9:7), but too often giving feels like an obligation–this can be just as true for pastors as for lay people.
Saving for short and long-term goals is most likely going to be a part of every pastor’s financial planning
The Bible contains more verses on money and possessions than nearly any other topic. Howard Dayton teaches that there are over 2,300 such verses.
Gary Hoag, Scott Rodin and Wesley Willmer challenge churches and ministries to recalculate the route for Christ-centered ministry by examining the presuppositions that drive decision-making and vision casting.
With people worried and fearful about what tomorrow will bring, there is a great search for assurance and comfort. Where can people find hope in today’s financial world?
Financial Convictions in the Five Uses of Money
Financial simple principles for financial health and responsibility.
The Wesleyan Church was blessed with a second million-dollar grant from the Lilly Endowment.
Taking action to provide for both our family and ourselves is an act of love, not a lack of faith
Few areas in our lives are as sensitive as personal finances. Finances are often a great source of stress for clergy. Yet no matter how much or how little we earn, we are responsible to be good stewards of what the Lord provides