Off the Hook?

David denhartog continues “The Language of Generosity” series on financial stewardship.  The Bible has a lot to say about money.  Are you off the hook if you tithe?  What does Biblical stewardship look like?  Psychologically, how are we to see our money?  Practically, how are we to handle our money?

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Baby’s First Words

Dean Elliott begins “The Language of Generosity” series by asking us to consider what is the language that God understands.  We often use “yes, sir” and “yes, ma’am” when speaking to others out of respect.  God understands the language of the hand and the language of the tithe in a similar fashion.  What is the […]

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Currency Exchange

David denHartog teaches from Matthew 6:19-24, a continuation of the Sermon on the Mount, helping us to gain an eternal perspective on money.  Once in heaven, we will no longer be able to use the currency that is here on earth.  The size and amount of what we have in heaven is based on how we […]

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Post-Mortem

Dean Elliott reviews and explains five motivations for fishing for men given by Jesus as He instructs the disciples.  He also walks through Luke 16:14-31 and explains three characteristics that characterize the love of commitment.  The Pharisees were dead in their love of people because of their love of money.  Jesus explains the results of their dead […]

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Cotton Candy or an Eternal IRA?

David den Hartog explains a parable that Jesus told to the Disciples about stewardship and investment.  The point of the parable is the wise investment of the money that God gives to each one of us.  How do we invest our money? Where can you invest your money to get the most bang for your […]

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The Thirteenth Disciple?

Don Hunt teaches from Luke 18 about the rich, young ruler.  The young man could have become a disciple of Jesus, but he was holding onto his wealth.  What are you holding on to?

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