THE CHRISTIAN'S GUIDE TO BIBLICAL STEWARDSHIP
Practical biblical stewardship advice, tools, tips, and techniques
Stewardship means looking after another person's property in his or her best interest. Stewarship means accepting your role as a steward. Stewardship entails a willingness to account for your actions to the owner.
GETTING OUT OF DEBT GOD'S WAY
Getting out of debt God's way is getting out of debt under God's guidance. Getting out of debt God's way begins with a personal relationship with Jesus. Getting out of debt God's way can be swift; but always it is in His time.
STEWARDSHIP BIBLE VERSES
Stewardship Bible verses are key to understanding biblical stewardship. Stewardship Bible verses will show you how to use God's resources. Stewardship Bible verses will guide you closer to Jesus.
Tithing means giving a tithe--one-tenth. Tithing truths must be understood in context of Israel's governance afer the people left Egypt. Tithing does not apply today. Grace giving is today's standard--allowing the Lord to guide your giving.
A small business is not necesssarily easier to run than a big business. Each business, big or small, needs proper values, principles, and practices. Your small business can be fun provided you have the right attitude.
Children are a gift from God. Children learn from observing adults. Are you modelling effective stewardship for your children? Who is teaching your children about money? Teaching children about money is parents' responsibility.
MANAGING GOD'S MONEY SEMINARS
Bible-based Managing God's Money seminars are available on request. They deal with biblical stewardship of money and time primarily.
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