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When we follow God and generously love others, we’re blessed. We tend to think generosity is bad medicine that will deprive us or our children. The truth is generosity is for our good.
Brad Zinn examines the "Paradox of Generosity" and how quality giving is an opportunity to worship and draw close to God.
What did Jesus say about money? Today’s sermon is a study about our motivation, money and possessions from a Biblical perspective.
If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that the financial world can be a volatile place. We live in a different economic climate now. We’ve learned that raises and even jobs are no longer a foregone conclusion. For the first time, we can’t assume that our kids will enjoy a greater level of future prosperity. For a lot of folks these days, the financial future seems uncertain--but it doesn’t have to be. Through this three-week message series as we hear what the Bible has to say about how to thrive in financially unstable times. God’s desire for each of us is that we will find His blessing in the New Normal.
Whether you're aware of it or not, our lives are stories. Characters come and go, settings change with time and the plot twists in ways we never could have predicted. We laugh, we grieve and at times we wonder whether we’ll ever reach our “happily ever after.” But God is not interested in storybook endings. In this series, we challenge you to examine the story of your life and understand the reality that God is working all things together for the good of those who love Him, who are called according to His purpose. Everyone has a story. What's yours?
People have been deceived by riches since probably the dawn of mankind. Even though we now have the ability through TV and internet to watch how the rich and famous often destroy their lives, and how their wealth and fame didn't make them happy, still people are deceived into thinking that money will solve all their problems. Even so, God is not against people having money, but He IS against money being a god. Our heavenly Father even has set forth many wealth-accumulating principles in His Word, but the first and most important principle is to not be in love with money. This teaching focuses on the dangers of greed and how to overcome it through generosity, and how God wants to bless His people through their generosity.