Stewardship is looking after someone's property in that person's interest. Biblical stewardship means accepting your role as a steward or manager of God's money and other resources. Stewardship applies to daily lifestyle choices affecting time, talents, and money.
Tithing practiced by Israel at a particular time meant giving 23.3% in three tithes—a tithe is one tenth—to Levites to carry out their work in the Theocracy. Tithing was not money, but agricultural products and livestock. Learn tithing truths to know today's giving standard.
Christian financial management books reflect Christian financial advice and solid biblical stewardship principles.
Christian financial management books help folks make informed lifestyle choices.
These money management books are not self help books to make the author wealthy. They show solid Bible based teachings and proven business practices. As well, the Managing God's Time book is a time management book that focuses on improving stewardship of time.
TV Commentaries are a selection of Michel A. Bell TV commentaries on the economy, effective time usage, family finances, and other matters. These commentaries represent Christian financial advice and biblical stewardship advice.
Weekly devotions and meditations feature biblical stewardship issues and Christian financial advice to aid effective lifestyle choices. Money devotions and meditations have different monthly topics with separate weekly themes. Biblical stewardship devotions and meditations have daily Bible verses to encourage you. Read this week's meditations: .
This quick personal financial self assessment is a great benchmark. It’s not scientific, but it will show you where you are strong and where you need to improve. Everyone can benefit by taking a few minutes out of their busy schedule to check their financial health. Try the tool.
In two (2) minutes, check your financial savvy. The tool points to areas where you are strong and those where you might need to improve.