Sermon Series
  • 1. Saving Your Money

    Contributed on Aug 24, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Learning how to be wise with your money frees us up to be all that God wants us to be. And it increases our joy!

    The piggy bank. In old England around the 15th century, people made all kinds of useful objects out of clay, including dishes and jars to hold spare change. Metal wasn’t used much and it was very expensive. So, dishes and jars were made from an easily available orange clay that was called more

  • 2. Sharing Your Money

    Contributed on Aug 24, 2005
    based on 49 ratings

    I used to think that teaching what God says about giving threaten people. But I’m finding that when people start applying these truths, it’s really not threatening, but thrilling. It’s not a drudgery; it’s a delight.

    Maybe you’ve put something in the basket and then wondered, “What did I just do. I want to go get it back!” For sure, we’re glad that a camera is not fixed on us when we give. We’re even more glad that no one can read our thoughts when we give. Giving. When I teach in a clear, direct, more