Worry is unproductive and ultimately lead to disobedience. God's joy is to provide faithfully for His people. We must simply carry out the tasks He has given us to do and walk in intimacy with Him.
Speaker: Justin Beadles
Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:17-19, Luke 12:13-31, Matthew 6:25-33
The parable of the dishonest steward challenges us to examine our financial motives. Materialism can look like overspending, compulsive buying, hoarding, borrowing money on depreciating items, cheating on our taxes or maxing out our credit cards. Serving God instead of money leads to joy and abundant living.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Luke 16:1-13, 1 Timothy 6:16-19
Francis Chan addresses greed in the lives of believers. He explains that while we live life it easy to be captured by money and things, missing out on our fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Francis also asks us to look at our lives as if God has loaned it to us, challenging us to use our life for something more than just making money and buying things. When we learn to give we see...
Speaker: Francis Chan
Scripture: Luke 12:13-20, 1 Timothy 6:6-10
It is hard for a rich person to be godly, but not impossible. According to Agur's prayer in Proverbs 30, we should avoid traps of distraction, arrogance and worry. If we re-focus our priorities, honor God and throttle back our spending we will find peace.
Speaker: Jeff Jones
Scripture: Proverbs 30:7-9, Luke 2:52, Luke 12:20-21, Luke 18:24-25, 1 Timothy 6:8-10