Jan 2016 - Feb 2016
God has given us all kinds of resources that will shape our lives. Our money, our time and our talents are ours to invest for maximum impact. When those resources feel strained, it’s natural to hold tightly to them. But what if in 2016 we could begin to live lives that operate out of generosity instead of fear? What if we let go of the fear that we just don’t have enough to give? Or the fear that we just can’t get ahead, no matter how hard we try to save? And the fear that our contributions won’t be properly managed? Don't miss this new series called Irrational Generosity.
Sun, Feb 07, 2016
When it comes to money, our priority system is usually me, we, God, and others. In this message we will look at two passages of Scripture that show us if we begin to systematically change the way we prioritize how we manage money, it is actually an invitation for God to do something unusual in the area of our personal finances.
Sun, Jan 31, 2016
Our attitude and perspective on money is what causes us to buy what we buy, spend what we spend, save what we save, and give what we give. In this message I will help us see how God sees our money. It will challenge us to change our attitude and perspective.
Sun, Jan 24, 2016
Why do you have more than you need? You may not think you do. After all, many of us live from paycheck to paycheck and struggle to make ends meet. But Jesus told a story that has the power to completely alter the way you view your financial condition. In this message, we discover how Jesus instructs his followers to rethink the use of their money.
Sun, Jan 17, 2016
No matter how much money you make, you have a choice: spend it all and have nothing to show for it when you die, or leverage it for the good of others. In this message, we will unpack a potentially life-changing truth about money by taking a look at one of Jesus’ parables.
Sun, Jan 10, 2016
Our hearts follow our money. That’s why Jesus said more about money than anything else. In this message, I will discuss the first step to regaining a sense of financial direction, because when we are lost financially, it’s impossible to wholeheartedly follow Christ.