Have you ever noticed that on the US currency, on the front of coins and the back of bills, there is the statement “In God We Trust?”
Our currency is a reminder of how we, as Christians, should approach our finances. “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10.
As Christians, we hope and strive to align our finances with God’s Word. But, unfortunately, we can fall short of meeting His will if we are not intentional with our money.
How we spend our money is an indicator of where our heart is. And too often, we choose to serve ourselves first. We are not honoring God and we feel ashamed when our church asks for an offering, and we have nothing to give.
But the truth is that we choose our actions, and we can direct our spending in the right direction with just a little bit of...
A holistic financial wellness program can help your congregation in more ways than one. It can help church members heal their relationship with their finances, align their money habits with their spiritual values, and become generous givers and grateful stewards of God's Kingdom.
Further, financial wellness programs can also be beneficial for church leaders. They can help church leaders save time and energy they would've otherwise spent solving their congregation's financial problems, leaving them free to focus on other important church matters.
Here are 3 key reasons why a financial wellness program can make a world of difference to your church and congregation.
One of the biggest benefits of hosting a holistic financial wellness program in the church is having less stressed church members.
Growing up, most of us weren’t even taught basic financial...
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