For Christian giving, there are three parties to our gifts. There’s the giver, the recipient, and God, the often, overlooked party. But how does God,
Life seems preoccupied with money. We work for it, spend it, save it, dream about it, and stress over it. Nearly everyone obsesses with making
“It is more blessed to give than to receive” (Acts 20:35b). These simple words of Jesus provide the key to freedom and joy in
If you want a snapshot of where you are in your walk with Christ, pull out your budget and walk through it with a spiritual
We always declare that Jesus is Lord but many times forget what it means to make Him Lord over our lives. We make Him Master
Jesus himself said in Matthew 6:24 “No one can serve two masters, for either he will hate the one and love the other, or
For most people, a car is considered the second biggest expense after housing. This four-wheeled product of human ingenuity has become a sure-fire status
In this day and age, with all the spending options available to us, it’s hard to save. The savings rate in most wealthy countries indicate that
If I asked you whether you would insure your car, I suspect like the majority of people, you would respond ‘of course’! But ask someone
There is frequent talk these days about the true source of goods and whether or not they have been obtained without harm to people,
This article is first published by Christian Super. I’m going to take this topic in the order of the nouns (Christian and entrepreneur) used in
This article is first published by Christian Super. The world’s advice on earning leads you to disaster. It erodes your character and pillages your relationships.
First, we need to focus on the kind of employees we ought to be: ethical workers, kind workers, hard workers, excellent workers, Gospel-sharing workers. This
God is a supernatural God. He is able to do things that are beyond our expectation and imagination. He is the God of the
There are two statements that no successful entrepreneur can live without. They are the driving force and reference point for all decisions. They are
Kingdom-minded entrepreneurs don’t see themselves just as businesspeople but as a missionaries. In recent years, the term “Business as Mission” has been popularized in Christian
Many people prefer buying products that are made in certain countries such as Japan or Korea rather than those that are made in China. There
Pray. Discern. Act. Prayer is the best place to start. One of my favorite prayers to begin each day is Lord, help me see and
Good stewardship is not about ordering our lives in such a way that we are free to spend whatever we want. Rather, as faithful
It is recommended that very church should have a stewardship committee that can encourage every member to learn and practice biblical stewardship in personal,
Whether you are organizing a sacrificial dinner or a celebration dinner, you want people who come to go home thinking and talking about the
Do a survey in your congregation. Ask them to name five things that they currently struggle with and I am sure that one of them
Is there really such a thing as fundraising or donor fatigue? Marc Pitman of FundraisingCoach.com explained why donor fatigue is a myth. “I don’t know of
How is Christian fundraising different from secular fundraising? Is there a difference or do we employ the same methods and tactics that secular fundraisers use?
Scott Rodin, in his book, The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Fundraising, lists these seven deadly sins in fundraising: being unprepared for the battle;
In this episode, Alex talks about the spiritual key issues that need to be addressed with regards to our finances.
Alex Cook interviews John Finkelde from Grow A Healthy Church. In it, they discuss Church finance best practices and how to grow your Church giving in this season.
In this episode, Alex Cook interviews Cameron Doolittle from Generosity Path. They discuss the joy of generosity and how it can have a powerful impact on people’s lives.