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  • Faithful Giving : The Heart Of Planned Gifts


    An interfaith guide to planned giving.

    Planned gifts are typically the largest gifts received by a charity and can transform religious organizations and congregations to become more sustainable, impactful, and vibrant entities for decades to come. Encouraging planned gifts to congregations and religious organizations is essential at this time of tremendous generational wealth transfer; these gifts also provide an opportunity to enhance relationships between supporters and organizations. Many congregations and religious entities fear that they cannot raise these transformational gifts due to a lack of expertise among staff or volunteers, the limited financial resources of their constituents, or the simple discomfort of addressing ultimate issues with donors. Faithful Giving can help change those dynamics.

    The book is intentionally inclusive of Christian and other faith traditions by offering several case studies from a variety of Christian denominations and other religions, including Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Baptist, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, and others.

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  • Generosity Ladder : Your Next Step To Financial Peace


    The quintessential guidebook for anyone who desires to handle money with excellence, The Generosity Ladder clarifies what the Bible really says about honoring God with our finances and details a step-by-step plan for attaining financial excellence. This accessible book allows you to fully grasp God’s plan for your finances, acknowledge your current level of stewardship, and chart out the steps you need to take in order to handle money in a way that honors God.

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  • Your Finances Gods Way Workbook


    Exchange Financial Fears for Freedom

    How can I take control over impulsive spending habits? How do I make up for not saving sooner? How should I prepare in case of an unplanned financial burden? Money can easily become a source of anxiety, but a sound understanding of your finances and a proactive plan for your future will put those fears to rest!

    This companion workbook to Your Finances God’s Way guides you deeper into the Bible’s financial wisdom while leading you to create your own plan for money management. Perfect for individual use or for group study, you’ll find:

    *thoughtful questions for self-reflection

    *illuminating verses from Scripture

    *helpful guidelines for creating a personalized strategy for spending, saving, giving, and paying off debt

    As believers, part of living out the call in 1 Corinthians 6:12 to “not be dominated by anything” means making sure that we are in control of our spending, and not the other way around. This workbook will give you the tools you need to take charge of your money, find peace with your finances, and use every resource God has given you for His glory.

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  • Your Finances Gods Way


    Nine Kids. One Income. Zero Debt.

    Ever since he got married, author and pastor Scott LaPierre has supported his family on a single salary while remaining debt-free. He’s witnessed the stress that accompanies financial insecurity, yet he’s learned firsthand that even those with a limited income can eliminate monetary worries when they abide by biblical principles.

    With Your Finance’s God’s Way, you’ll replace negative spending habits with positive patterns that set you on the road to financial freedom. Drawing from the Bible’s wisdom on money management, this book provides essential steps backed by proven practices, helping you:

    *get the most out of your money by paying off debt and building up savings
    *make informed spending choices that help you avoid anxiety, regret, and conflict
    *enjoy the fruits of managing your money in a way that honors God

    Use what God has provided to thrive! Whether you’re young or old, married or single, working or staying at home, Your Finances God’s Way will give you everything you need to be a Christlike steward of the resources you’ve been given.

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  • Thats My House


    For so long, I thought God didn’t care about my family’s finances. Boy, was I wrong! As I read the Bible about His provision for us, there came a shift in my head-and then in my heart. I realized that He is our true provider.

    God has no limits and we need to believe in His provision for us in every area of our lives. No dream or vision is too big for Him-and you’ll never find out what He actually wants you to do with your finances until you ask Him. Then you will be amazed at how He uses it to answer your prayers… and the prayers of others!

    We have to start somewhere. It takes many little steps for us to see the fullness of what He wants for us. Your finances can be a turning point in your relationship with God. As you physically take steps to trust Him, you will see a physical manifestation of the harvest of blessings in your life.

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  • Thats My House


    For so long, I thought God didn’t care about my family’s finances. Boy, was I wrong! As I read the Bible about His provision for us, there came a shift in my head-and then in my heart. I realized that He is our true provider.

    God has no limits and we need to believe in His provision for us in every area of our lives. No dream or vision is too big for Him-and you’ll never find out what He actually wants you to do with your finances until you ask Him. Then you will be amazed at how He uses it to answer your prayers… and the prayers of others!

    We have to start somewhere. It takes many little steps for us to see the fullness of what He wants for us. Your finances can be a turning point in your relationship with God. As you physically take steps to trust Him, you will see a physical manifestation of the harvest of blessings in your life.

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  • Simple Money Rich Life


    A hope-filled money guide to increase savings, earnings, and giving and actually enjoy it all while designing a life of freedom and eternal impact, from the founder of SeedTime Money.

    Broken down and stranded a thousand miles from home with only $7 left in his bank account, Bob Lotich had reached his breaking point. He was stuck in a dead-end job, living paycheck-to-paycheck, stressing over money, and overwhelmed by debt. Bob had been following the world’s advice with money and this was the fruit of it. In desperation, he cried out to God for wisdom, for a different way. The answer was a simple four-part formula, one based on timeless biblical principles, and, most important, one that worked.

    When Bob applied these four steps to his finances, his stress was alleviated, his bank accounts began filling up, and he finally felt fully in control of his money. Through the years, Bob has paid off over $400,000 in debt, discovered work he truly loves, reached a personal giving goal of $500,000 to charitable causes, and achieved a level of financial freedom he never dreamed possible.

    Now, in Simple Money, Rich Life, Bob shares with the world this four-part formula and the money tips, tricks, and methods he’s learned over the last fifteen years–simple methods such as:

    – The Straight-A Strategy to get total control of your money: Attention, Adjusting, Automation, and Accountability

    – The Four Keys to Making Money in the Digital Era Passion, Education, Problem-Solving, Demand

    – Secrets of a Six-Figure Giver impossible goals, seed accounts, and more

    After laying the groundwork, Bob issues a 21-day kickstart to create simple systems that can lead to financial security, peace, and eternal impact. Let Bob show you how to reimagine money as it was meant to be: simple.

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  • How To Attack Debt Build Savings And Change The World Through Generosity


    Most of us were never taught how to handle money, let alone what God has to say about it. Just thinking about money makes us worried and anxious. If you’re tired of living in debt, stuck in the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle, stressed out when emergencies pop up, and wish you could be more generous, Jonathan and Amanda Teixeira are here to help.

    How to Attack Debt, Build Savings, and Change the World Through Generosity is your step-by-step guide to gaining control of your money so that, as a Catholic, you can live your life in freedom and generosity according to God’s will. The Teixeiras make learning about your finances not just informative and helpful but fun and entertaining. Among other topics, they cover:

    *What money really is – and why you should care about it as a Catholic
    *Common mistakes people make that keep them in debt
    *The key to gaining financial momentum (hint, it’s not a bigger income)
    *How to get the financial results you want while actually enjoying your life
    *A financial blueprint you can use to get out of debt, build savings, and live generously

    The Teixeiras will walk you through a proven, practical strategy for managing your money, no matter what your circumstances. You’ll hear stories from individuals and families who have applied the Teixeiras’ method and changed their lives. Ultimately, Jonathan and Amanda will equip you to pursue financial freedom for yourself and your family – and change the world while you’re at it.

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  • Thorns Barns And Oil Jars


    How you relate to money is a big deal–whether you have much or you don’t!

    Too many Christians have the wrong idea about money! Some base their thinking on the world’s system, while others base their opinions on unbalanced church doctrines. Some have gone so far as to advocate poverty as being godly.

    Yet, author Ashley Terradez points out that Jesus purchased financial prosperity for us and taught on finances more than any other subject. Why? Because religious attitudes against prosperity can limit God’s supply to us.

    In Thorns, Barns and Oil Jars, Ashley shares a scriptural foundation of abundance and the practical steps to walk in it as he outlines the biblical tripod of financial prosperity. True financial freedom is found in the balance of all three:

    *Thorns – Symbolizing work and how God blesses the work of your hands
    *Barns – Symbolizing the need to save so God can bless your storehouse
    *Oil jars – Symbolizing God’s favor and anointing so God can supernaturally bless your life

    God wants His super on your natural so you can live financially free! After all, getting money shouldn’t be anyone’s goal, but every godly goal takes money.

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  • Legacy Of A Lifetime


    A manual for securing a significant number of planned gifts for a church of any denomination or size.

    In order for churches and related religious institutions to advance their strategic growth initiatives, a variety of funding vehicles are required, and a planned gifts program can play an important part. A planned gifts program offers a systematic and sustainable implementation model that is formalized, progressive, and–most importantly–volunteer-based and -driven.

    Implementation of a planned gifts program should be centered upon the resolution of significant church needs and the advancement of God’s work. The authors, both successful fundraisers, keep this motivation at the center of their implementation model.

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  • Why Should I Give To My Church


    Discover the importance of giving in the life of the local church.

    Many new believers have questions about what it means to live as a Christian in the context of a local church, and pastors are looking for resources to pass along to their congregations to help them think biblically about the Christian life. Church Questions is a series by 9Marks that seeks to provide Christians with sound and accessible biblical teaching by answering common questions about church life. Each booklet offers biblical answers and practical applications with the goal of nurturing healthy church practice and commitment.

    Statistics show that while charitable giving is as popular as ever in America, giving to the church has dropped significantly in the past several decades. However, the Bible stresses the importance of giving as Christians-specifically for the benefit of the local church. In this short booklet, Jamie Dunlop addresses the question Why should I give to my church?-stressing three primary reasons for Christians to consider: it is spiritually rewarding, it accomplishes God’s purposes, and it brings him glory.

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  • Joyful Finances : You Were Made To Prosper


    Do you work endless hours only to feel like there just doesn’t seem to be enough money at the end of the month? Have you ever felt under attack in the area of your finances?

    There is a war raging, and if you live in North America today, you are most certainly in the middle of it. While we may not see military vehicles and armed soldiers on every corner, realize that an army is fighting against you every day.

    You’re not alone. But make no mistake about it: God designed you for prosperity and abundance.

    Join Ryan Bondy as he shares from his thirty years of experience in business and investing. Learn how he and his wife Megan embraced a fresh perspective on life, love, and relationships to enjoy lives of joyful finances that previously seemed to elude them. Joyful Finances will introduce you to concepts that are sure to expose your heart’s deepest desires. Don’t allow life to steal one more minute of joy.

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  • STEWARD Plan : Understanding God’s Design For Your Finances


    Does the Bible really offer guidance for the complicated financial system in our world today? CPA, author and personal financial counselor John Madison offers a resounding yes! Since retiring from full-time work as a CPA at the age of 49, he has written his new book, The Steward Plan, which explores how following Biblical guidelines can lead people at any stage of life to financial success God’s way.

    The Steward Plan covers many aspects of becoming the financial steward God desires, including how to set financial goals, tithing guidance and strategies, creating a blueprint for spending, eliminating debt from your life, growing your wealth wisely over time, removing unnecessary risk from your financial life, and developing a plan to bless future generations. Combining Scripture with practical and easy-to-understand financial terms, The Steward Plan will help you gain control over your money and live the life God designed for you.

    The Steward Plan is an outgrowth of Dayspring Financial Ministry, whose mission is to teach Biblical financial stewardship. Like all of Dayspring’s programs, The Steward Plan does not promote or attempt to sell any specific insurance or investing products. It is an independent source of financial information and education, free of any bias, other than conformity with Scripture.

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  • Kingdom Stewardship : Managing All Of Life Under God’s Rule


    In Kingdom Stewardship, Dr. Tony Evans inspires you to broaden your perspective of Christian stewardship. In this encouraging and challenging book, you will learn that stewardship includes how you manage all that God has given you-your time, your talents, and your treasures-to advance God’s kingdom and bring Him glory. While many stewardship books focus on managing financial resources, Tony Evans says that your finances are one small part of a much bigger calling. He teaches that God owns all things, and you are the manager of His assets. When you bring your entire life into alignment under God, you will be blessed with purpose and the abundant life that comes from living by God’s eternal principles.

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  • Coming Revolution In Church Economics


    Pastor and urban church planter defines the new financial challenges churches face and outlines innovative, proven solutions that any congregation can implement.

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  • You Of Little Faith


    Provocative pastor challenges church leaders and members to give aggressively and extravagantly–beyond what they ever thought reasonable or possible–to unlock God’s blessings and strengthen their faith in a way that nothing else can.

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  • Your Money Made Simple


    Financial Advice for Every Season of Life

    “I have learned to be content in any and every situation, whether well fed or hungry, whether living in plenty or in want.” Philippians 4:12

    Does successfully making the most of your money feel like a mystery? Are you wondering where it goes or how to get a grip on your spending?

    Author and Christian financial advisor, Russ Crosson has spent more than 40 years advising individuals and couples about everyday financial wisdom and dilemmas. In Your Money Made Simple, he offers the key to mastering your finances-and it’s not about how much money you make.

    Customized to meet your needs, this resource teaches you how to manage your income wisely by….
    *clarifying financial terminology to help ease your decision making
    *offering proven formulas that work at any income level, age, or vocation
    *setting you on a path to freedom from financial worries

    Packed with wisdom from a seasoned expert and full of practical applications with easy-to-use financial planning tools and graphic charts, you will walk away know exactly how much money you have and how you are spending it.

    As you turn your finances over to the God who promises to meet all your needs, you will gain the peace of mind that comes from being content with what you have.

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  • Out Giving God


    A Russell Bonds Title

    Coming from nothing to a life of abundance, Russell and his wife gave millions to those in need as a testimony to God’s generosity. After a lifetime of being faithful and obedient, why would God create a storm that would leave them penniless and desperate? Where is God’s goodness when they need it most?

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  • Money Greed And God 10th Anniversary Edition


    An updated anniversary edition of the classic work that made the Christian case for capitalism, expanding and deepening the pioneering vision of entrepreneurship as a Christian pursuit.

    Ten years ago, Jay Richards, the New York Times bestselling author and Research Assistant Professor in the Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America, introduced Christians to a new way of thinking about capitalism. He presented an alternative to the dualistic view that Christianity has cast on this economic system-all good or all evil-and revealed the surprising ways that capitalism is actually the best way to follow Jesus’s mandates to alleviate poverty and protect the earth.

    Now, this special anniversary edition has been updated with new research and commentary specific to our current economic landscape, including up-to-date case studies. Richards expands his Christian case for capitalism, considering issues that have come to the forefront in the past decade because of the financial crisis, including entrepreneurship, the debate over socialism and capitalism, and how millennials are influencing the market. In doing so, he reaffirms how entrepreneurial enterprise-a pursuit based on hard work, honesty, and trust-aligns with core Christian values today

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  • Stewardship : The Path To Victorious Living


    Walk step-by-step through in-depth discussions, biblical teeachings and practical examples to learn how to steward your life in every area, learn to stand on God’s Word, know God’s will for your life and take control of your circumstances and live victoriously.

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  • God VS Money


    1. The Realities Of The Situation
    2. The Preacher Must Be The Leader
    3. A Theology Of Giving – Why We Do It
    4. Preach It
    5. Competing Is Not A Dirty Word
    6. Start Now And Don’t Quit
    7. You Have To Have A Budget
    8. Basic Fundraising Principles
    9. Making The Ask
    10. Big Money – Capital Campaigns
    11. Succeeding In A Capital Campaign
    12. Easy Money – Planned Giving
    13. Building, Banking And Bonds

    Additional Info
    God and Money both make a lot of promises. God keeps all of God’s promises, while Money keeps none. However, Money has better advertising, and we keep falling for it. Here’s how to turn that trend around in your life and in the lives of those you lead. Get practical, up-to-date, expert advice on fundraising–one of the biggest challenges facing church and not-for-profit leaders.

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  • Jesus Economy : A Biblical View Of Poverty The Currency Of Love And A Patte


    You know people around the world are struggling. A homeless man holds a sign that reads, “Anything helps.” A poor child lives in a slum swarming with flies. A refugee mother is on the brink of starvation. You ask yourself, “But what can I do about such big problems?”

    You’re looking for long-term solutions. John D. Barry shares incredible, and often shocking, stories about working among the impoverished and unchurched in the U.S. and abroad. And since Barry is a Bible scholar, Jesus’ Economy is also deeply rooted in the Scriptures. It is a personal, sometimes funny, often heartbreaking account that presents a revolutionary pattern for lasting change.

    Jesus’ Economy is based on self-sacrifice. His currency is love. It’s called Jesus’ Economy because it’s about creating a spiritual and physical economy for those who need it most. Here is a thoroughly biblical and compassionate pattern for addressing issues of poverty and offering the hope of the gospel. Jesus’ Economy

    – Shows how you as an individual can best encourage renewal in your community.
    – Demonstrates how your church community or any group can alleviate poverty.
    – Presents a unified plan for creating jobs, spreading the gospel, and meeting basic needs.
    – Focuses on community development and sustainability– lasting change, globally and locally.

    Jesus’ Economy is a call to address our own spiritual poverty–as people who can too easily become distant from Christ–and it is a call to address the physical poverty all around us in a smart and sustainable way. Jesus’ teachings show that with simple, everyday choices, you can make the world a better place and create enduring change. Here’s how to live Jesus’ economy–a currency of love.

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  • 1 Minute Stewardship


    Much has changed in the 21st-century world of stewardship. Now a person may use electronic funds transfer or use a credit card after clicking on a website link instead of dropping a check in the offering plate. Stewardship witness videos can be linked to the church’s website.

    One-Minute Stewardship is designed to promote the development of a meaningful theology of giving in a new age. These short reflections, indexed by Scripture, theme, event, and lectionary, can be included in weekly parish e-mails, newsletters, weekly bulletins, or read as an invitation to the offering during worship. The book addresses the issue of designated giving, which is usually separate from general stewardship appeals and is designed to empower clergy and lay leaders to promote the message of good stewardship every Sunday of the year.

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  • Drawing On Holy Currencies


    Dreading another yawn-inducing stewardship season? Reanimate your congregation by Drawing on Holy Currencies-an altogether awesome (and fun!) new tool for exploring your gifts and purpose in the world! Created by Eric Law and his artist-nephew Dave, this interactive graphic workbook is filled with 52 weeks’ worth of creative activities and exercises to empower your year-round stewardship movement. Drawings, doodles, questions, invitations, songs, meditations, and more spirited exercises will help you explore the amazing ways you give and receive in life. Who knows-Drawing on Holy Currencies might just lead to more amazing and animated ways of living in God’s creation!

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  • How To Gain Control Of Your Finances


    With biblical principles and practical guidance, you will learn to live well, give well and realize true satisfaction.

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  • Practicing The Kings Economy


    A pastor, an urban social activist, and an economics professor and bestselling author invite God’s people to experience the joy of following Jesus more fully in how we spend, save, and give.

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  • Kingdom Collaborators : Eight Signature Practices Of Leaders Who Turn The W


    Introduction: Thy Kingdom Come
    1. Pray With Eyes Wide Open
    2. Foment Dissatisfaction With The Status Quo
    3. Combine Social And Spiritual Entrepreneurship
    4. Marry Vision And Action
    5. Shape A People-Development Culture
    6. Curry Leadership Curiosity
    7. Call The Party
    8. Maintain (a Pain-Tinged) Optimism
    9. Accelerate Your Impact
    For Further Reflection/Group Discussion

    Additional Info
    “These who have turned the world upside down have come here too,” (Acts 17:6, NKJV).

    When Paul and Silas came to Thessalonica, they changed the community. How? By collaborating with God to bring his kingdom on earth.

    Will you collaborate on God’s kingdom work in your community? If you’re ready to see God move in all areas-business, education, media, arts, healthcare, spiritual growth, and more-this is the book for you. Leadership expert Reggie McNeal offers eight signature practices for leaders who want to partner with God and others for kingdom growth. Readers will gain practical advice to help people experience life as God intends.

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  • Wisdom Before Wealth


    Did your parents or grandparents prepare you for wealth? Are your children/grandchildren prepared for wealth? Do they know how to create and manage wealth? Will they handle an inheritance with wisdom? In this book Randall Sanada, a 45 year financial services veteran presents a warm and educational guidebook to his grandchildren and to yours. This book will equip your future heirs with the wisdom to create and manage meaningful wealth.The building block style of teaching will provide basics to the beginner and will at the same time deliver profound insight to even the most experienced financial professionals on formulas for achieving financial independence, enhanced investment returns, and ultimately true financial freedom through the joy of generosity.

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  • Beyond The Offering Plate


    Everyone knows that stewardship is more than money and finances. Nevertheless, seldom do we give time to explore the profound concept of stewardship in its many dimensions, including stewardship of time, work, body, mind, spirit, community, technology, and more. Beyond the Offering Plate does just that.

    Written by ten engaging pastors, seminary professors, and church leaders, this unique resource offers a diverse and holistic approach to stewardship. In ten accessible chapters, readers will learn how they can faithfully and practically discuss and engage with stewardship on a regular basis. Ideal for church leaders, seminary students, and pastors, this book includes questions for reflection and applications for life together at the end of each chapter. Copeland adds a special section with biblical references and preaching themes at the end of the book.

    Featured contributors include:

    Margaret P. Aymer, Associate Professor of New Testament at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas
    Kathleen A. Cahalan, Professor of Theology at Saint John’s University School of Theology and Seminary in Collegeville, Minnesota
    MaryAnn McKibben Dana, author of Sabbath in the Suburbs
    David Gambrell, Associate for Worship in the Office of Theology and Worship of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
    David P. King, Karen Lake Buttrey Director of the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving and Associate Professor of Philanthropic Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana
    Neal D. Presa, pastor and former moderator of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
    Ellie Roscher, Director of Youth and Story Development at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Twin Cities in Minneapolis and author of How Coffee Saved My Life
    Mary Hinkle Shore, pastor of Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Brevard, North Carolina
    John W. Vest, Visiting Assistant Professor of Evangelism at Union Presbyterian Seminary in Richmond, Virginia

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  • Upside Down Living Money


    Every day we face decisions that impact our wallets–and these decisions say a lot about our priorities. The way we use money can communicate power and strength, charity and selflessness. How does your use of money reflect or expand your faith? This study takes an honest look at financial choices and how we can view them through a lens of faith.
    Weary of Christian faith wrapped in a flag and trapped in your heart? Tired of faith as usual? Live out your Christian faith through the lens of Jesus. Follow values that seem so counter-cultural they appear to be upside down. Each compelling six-session Upside-Down Living Bible study helps us encounter the teachings of Jesus and wrestle with living out the kingdom here and now. The Bible isn’t a cookbook with solutions for every ethical dilemma, but it helps us raise the right questions, encounter the teachings of Jesus, and discover new ways of faithful living in the world. Ideal for Sunday school or Bible study sessions, each topical study covers a specific theme or issue, and comes with thought-provoking discussion questions and activities. Be inspired and transformed in your faith. Live upside down.

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