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  • Keeping Score

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Jul 17, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus Kingdom plays by the rules of love, not money

    Title: Keeping Score Text: Luke 12:13 – 21 MP: Self-sufficiency is an insufficient legacy. FCF: Through Christ and his Word, we can be sure that we have won the only game worth playing. <NOTE: During the reading, when Jesus asks “Who made me an arbiter and a judge among you – The answer is more

  • Escaping The Bonds Of Debt

    Contributed by Nelson Searcy on Jul 20, 2007
    based on 21 ratings

    The Bible talks about debt, the Bible says that debt is a source of pain. Would you agree with that? That debt is a source of pain. It’s a pain for me. It’s a pain for you. And fortunately, the Bible has a lot to say about how we can deal with thi

    Some great resources from Nelson Searcy are available to you by following the links given below: Free Sermon Page (updated each month with new free sermons) Sermon Series available for purchase (including sermon audio more

  • Who Cares...when I Am In Debt Up To My Eyeballs? Series

    Contributed by Chip Monck on Jul 26, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Fifth in a series exploring life crisis, based on the promotional materials provided by Outreach in their "Who Cares" campaign. This message explores financial debt.

    (This message extensively based on the sermon starters provided in the "Who Cares" package materials from Outreach.) Have you ever experienced something, or some time in your life when things got so bad that you couldn’t do anything but laugh? Ever been there? Just had to laugh it off? Well, more

  • You're Richer Than You Think

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Jul 30, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    The parable of the Shrewd Manager is an unusual story where the crook is commended. But Jesus has some important things to say about money and how we spend it.

    “YOU’RE RICHER THAN YOU THINK” “You’re richer thank you think.” Or that’s what Scotia Bank would like you to think. This is a bit of a deceiving commercial, but duh, that’s advertising for you. If you come to Scotia Bank they will look at your investments and show you what the other institution more

  • Greed Vs. Liberality Series

    Contributed by Ryan Akers on Jul 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Continuation of our seven series. The world gives us greed and God helps us conquer it with the virtue of liberality.

    Seven- Part 6 Greed vs. Liberality Video- The Money Rant- found on Me- 6 week review (Pride- humility, envy-kindness, gluttony-abstinence, lust-chastity, anger-patience) Today Greed vs. Liberality- this is like the video said a touchy subject. This is one we don’t more

  • What Jesus Has To Say About Money

    Contributed by John Harvey on Jul 31, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus wanrs us that money can become a competing god in our lives.

    “What Jesus Has to Say about Money” July 29, 2007 I am scared to death to be speaking about the subjects of the next three weeks. This message is not about our present church financial issues. We live in a society that is fascinated with money, sex and power (pride). We are bombarded with more

  • "Don't Be A Rich Fool"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Aug 3, 2007
    based on 18 ratings

    A sermon on being released from the bondage of "stuff."

    Luke 12:13-21 Colossians 3:1-14 “Don’t Be a Rich Fool” By: Ken Sauer, Pastor of Grace United Methodist Church Soddy Daisy, TN www.gbgm-umc.prg/grace-sdtn We Methodists have always been known for our good music! Methodists are a singing group of Christians. Back in the 1700’s more

  • The Good Life

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Aug 6, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Whatever you have, learn to be content with what God has entrusted to you. Remember, it isn’t wrong to earn more to live in security and provide for your family. It is the love of money that is dangerous. It is the constant pursuit of the good life tha

    The Good Life, Luke 12:13-21 Introduction By the time I met my father in law he had been a used car salesman for more than thirty years. For the bulk of that he owned a buy here pay here lot. He could always get a great deal from him, but you just had to know that any car you got from “Big more

  • Oh, To Be Rich

    Contributed by Bill Butsko on Aug 12, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Man thinks of worldly riches but God thinks of heavenly riches.

    Then one from the crowd said to Him, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me” (v. 13). People were always following Jesus; perhaps out of curiosity, perhaps they really believed in what he said, perhaps they were looking for a miracle or healing to take place, or for other more

  • Avoiding The Money Pit Series

    Contributed by Thomas Cash on Aug 21, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    6th in a series from 1 Timothy. Which do we love more: God or money? Let’s use the resources God places in our care to honor Christ and aid those in need. “You can have all this world, but Give me Jesus!”

    Sermon Notes Lessons for a Healthy Church: Avoiding the Money Pit 1 Timothy 6:3-19 Introduction: In 1986 Tom Hanks & Shelly Long starred in a movie called "The Money Pit." It’s a film “for everyone who’s ever been deeply in Love or deeply in debt.” One of my favorite lines: “Here lies Walter more

  • #4. Unpaid Bills - Take A Deep Breath And Exhale! Series

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Mar 12, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Whether you¡¦ve got a mountain of unpaid bills or a mountain of surplus money, take a deep breath and exhale¡Ktrust God with either!

    Each of us has had an unpaid bill or two (or ten) lying on the desk or kitchen table. Those bills call to us; they harass us and wake us up in the middle of the night (if they let us get to sleep at all). Unpaid bills are a tremendous creator of stress and anxiety; they cause worry that can more

  • God Is Not Against Money Series

    Contributed by Fred Sigle on Feb 6, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Believe it or not, God is not against you and me having money. He does, however, want us to handle our money His way. In doing so, we will be blessed abundantly.

    GOD IS NOT AGAINST MONEY (Based on Dr. Kregg Hood’s book: Take God at His Word and Dave Ramsey’s book: Total Money Makeover) A. There is a misconception among many Christians that God is AGAINST MONEY. 1. We have taken passages that contain WARNINGS to the RICH and have concluded that God more

  • Spending And You Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 29, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    Money cannot buy happiness, but misusing it can buy gloom.

    Spending and You: Theory (topical) 1. When a woman in my office became engaged, a colleague offered her some advice. "The first ten years are the hardest." "How long have you been married?" I asked. "Ten years," she replied. 2. Well, it is true that the first ten years typically are more

  • Living Within Our Means Without Being Mean Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 29, 2006
    based on 3 ratings

    Handling money can be a spiritual and moral issue, since its use or misuse affects others.

    Living Within Our Means Without Being Mean (Romans 13:8) Last week, we talked about why many of us struggle with overspending. Whereas frugality is good, we are also commanded to be generous. Lars asked Ole, "Do ya know da difference between a Norvegian and a canoe?" "No, I don’t," said more

  • Debt Makeover

    Contributed by David Owens on Mar 31, 2006
    based on 47 ratings

    To find financial freedom we must follow God’s principles for money management.

    Introduction: A. How many of you have enjoyed playing the game MONOPOLY? 1. You know how the game works. Players accumulate property, build houses and hotels, and then wait for the other players to land on their property so they have to pay up. 2. Eventually you hope to bankrupt everyone else more