The love of money is a heart problem. It is a choice to pursue wealth for sheer luxury or selfish consumption instead of looking at life from a biblical, eternal perspective and accumulating money and resources as a powerful tool to bring glory to the Lord. There’s a fine line of difference sometimes, but here are 10 signs you might love money.
As Christ-followers, we are called to live sacrificial lives for the sake of the gospel. How can you sacrifice financially, of your time, or of your talents to help others know that the Lord sees them and cares for them?
Thankfulness is something most people agree is good, but it often remains an abstract positive, something we know is beneficial but can’t necessarily explain why.
We teach our kids to say thank you and please, but often forget to treat God with the same respect. We pray, ask, beg, say please and when our desires come to fruition we forget to come back and say thank you. Seeing the lepers in
Tithing shows our appreciation for our loving God, and also allows those who serve Him to keep spreading His message of hope and love far and wide. Let’s briefly explore 5 common questions people have about tithing.
If you truly love someone, how can your language enrich another person’s life? How can you give them the gift of love? Here are the five love languages with suggestions and cautions about giving to each one.
Needs abound today among the body of Christ and elsewhere. And because of that, everywhere we turn, people or organizations seem to be asking for our money. How can we know where we are supposed to give? And does it count as tithing if we don’t give directly to our church?