Contributed on Jan 14, 2019
Beelievers are called to manage what God has entrusted to us in such as way as to bring Him glory, benefit His household, and expand His kingdom.
In Matthew 24 and 25 Jesus teaches about the end times. The disciples asked some questions and so Jesus answered them; and focused on what His followers need to be doing to be found faithful on His return. In the story of the ten virgins (vs. 1-13), He says we must be vigilant. Then in this ...read more
Contributed on Jan 21, 2019
Christians need to manage what God has entrusted to them with their eyes on eterinty.
As I share with you a second message in a four sermon series on Living the Generous Life, I want you to know that I consider it a great thing that the Lord would allow me to share with you what He has to say about the subject of giving. I say this for at least three reasons: 1) It puts me in good ...read more
Contributed on Jan 29, 2019
The example of the Macedonian church can inform and inspire us to give in the way God would have use give.
We’re focusing on our need to recognize God as owner and how we’re to manage what He’s entrusted to us. In so doing, He’ll direct us to give a portion of what He has entrusted to us in such as way as to bring Him glory, provide for His household (His church) and expand His kingdom. Today, I want us ...read more
Contributed on Feb 4, 2019
As we practice the disipline of giving, we are helped to become more like Jesus.
As Christians, we’re called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, which means we’re to grow through the practice of certain spiritual disciplines: Bible study, prayer, witnessing, forgiveness, and the disciplines we have been talking about in this series: the disciplines of stewardship and giving. God ...read more