We spend so much of our lives going to work, for what? To hand our money to a bill collector, to buy the latest phone or gadget, to look stylish, or go on a vacation? In this series, we will learn, what else we can do with money and the difference it can make.
Managing Well – Luke 16:1-15
Jesus tells a parable that highlights our love for money. The audience of this parable was supposed to love God much and money little. Unfortunately, these men allowed money to capture their hearts. In this sermon, we will examine our hearts and ask the Lord to reveal to us what we truly love.
Preparing for a Drought – Genesis 41:14-36
God gave Pharaoh incredible insight about the future. There was going to be seven years of plenty followed by seven years of famine. Joseph provided wise counsel to Pharaoh by establishing a savings account. In this sermon, we are going to learn about the importance of saving for emergencies, saving for large purchases and putting monies back for retirement.
Help Others – Luke 10:25-37
The greatest command given to us is to love God with all our heart and love our neighbor as ourselves. In the parable of the good Samaritan, we find another great use for money, helping others. In this sermon, we ask the Lord to help us use our money to help others.
Unfortunately, Audio was corrupted. However here is a video played in service that communicates the main point.
Paying off debt – Proverbs 22:7
Debt is so easily accumulated and with that debt comes a mountain of stress. A wealthy man once said, “The Rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is the slave of the lender.” In this sermon, we will not only be encouraged to live a debt-free life, but we will be given tools to do so.