God has given us several biblical principles for managing our finances: choosing to live within our means, giving the first portion of our income to God and saving for the future.
Speaker: Jeff Jones
Scripture: Proverbs 21:20, Proverbs 3:9-10, 1 Corinthians 6:1-2, 2 Corinthians 8:12, 2 Corinthians 9:6-8
The ability to work is a gift from God. We should do our work as unto Him, reverently, diligently, loyally and with excellence. God will reward our labors. For more sermons by Brad Tuttle, go to http:www.theharvestchurchinternational.com
Speaker: Brad Tuttle
Scripture: Proverbs 12:24, Proverbs 13:11, Proverbs 13:14-23, Proverbs 22:29, 1 Timothy 6:17
Topic: Work and Vocation
We take the fear out of finances by voluntarily submitting to five principles of a God-blessed financial plan: giving God the first fruit, living within our means rather than yielding to material desires, carefully budgeting our funds, saving for the future and learning contentment with what God has provided.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Ecclesiastes 5:10 - 6:2, Proverbs 3:9-10, Proverbs 6:6-8, Proverbs 15:24, Proverbs 21:20
Topic: Financial Planning/Saving
Tomorrow I turn 40. Lord willing, I’m about halfway done with this marathon we call life. God has been so gracious to me. I have a godly wife who makes me laugh every day and two teenage children who grow daily in faith and wisdom. 25 and 27 years from now Camille and Soren will celebrate their 40th birthdays. This post is for them: it’s the hard-earned wisdom that I’ve...
Author: John Beeson
Scripture: Proverbs 1:5-5, Proverbs 22:7-7
Dear Roger, I have been through a bad divorce, and have no way to earn back my assets now at 64. Is it wrong to ask for a prenuptial agreement? – Donita Dear Donita, I grieve that you are 64 years old and have lost everything. I imagine that the upcoming retirement years look scary to you. I’m so sorry. A prenuptial agreement may well have protected you...
Type: Ask Roger
Author: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Proverbs 13:22-22, 2 Corinthians 12:14-14