Everyone wants to be financially smart. From a young age, parents encourage their kids to learn ways to spend money wisely. Yet, Americans currently owe nearly one trillion dollars in credit card debt. More than 70% have less than $1,000 in savings. Many live paycheck to paycheck. Some, who are secure, wonder how to share their wisdom with their family or friends who struggle.
God calls us to learn and share how to spend, save and give generously.
This series will provide practical and biblical ways to make changes in your financial life with real transformation.
January 31 | Spend Wisely | Luke 16:10-15
Jesus tells a story about a man who spends money dishonestly. Have you ever thought about spending much more than you have as being dishonest? This week, we will talk about spending wisely and not allowing credit cards to create dishonest people out of us.
February 7 | Save Intentionally | Luke 14:28-33
Planning is important. It’s important to think about your retirement, your kid’s education, your long-term care and your investments. Jesus tells people that it’s important to plan when building. As you are building your life, it is important to think about how you are planning for the future. Join us this week as we talk about how to save intentionally while thinking about the future.
February 14 | Give Generously | 1 John 3:11-18
Generosity does not happen by accident, but by thoughtful intention. It requires us to look at our lives – our time, talent, treasure and priorities – and then, make decisions about how they will be deployed. Most people want to act on their generous spirit, but find it impossible because their life is not designed for it. This week, come hear the secrets that enable people to move beyond wishful thinking to enjoy a generous life.