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Christian Stewardship Lesson Eleven: DebtWhat does the Bible say about debt? In probably one of the most needed topics to address (and my own personally experienced), we learn what debt is, it's implications of our culture and how it either meets or misses God's calling to us as stewards.
Christian Stewardship Lesson Nine: GivingGiving and funding the church is at the most basic point of a Christian's responsibility towards the great commission. We discuss some points, topics, and, of course, Scripture to get a better understanding our role.
Christian Stewardship Lesson Eight: TithingIs tithing for us today? Has it been overridden by the Grace of Christ? Does it remain the primary way for churches to be funded and ministries to be supported? Let's do a little research and find out what conclusion we come to.
Christian Stewardship Lesson Six: The Steward's Eternal RewardsDeath is inevitable. So is Christ's return. What are we doing in the meantime? How are we taking advantage to prepare for this life to end and for the next one to begin? This short lesson gives the very basics of of knowing how to prepare for what is to come!
Christian Stewardship Lesson Five: Two Eternal Uses of MoneyWe all want treasures that will last forever and provide pleasure, joy, and entertainment. But nothing like that can be found here on earth. That is why Jesus commands that we store up treasures. Not here on earth, but up in heaven! This lesson will address the primary steps towards stewardship and the beginnings of the rewards that possibly await us!
Christian Stewardship Lesson Four: Religious Materialism & Prosperity Theology Materialism in the church and Prosperity Theology: "The Health and Wealth Gospel"--two subjects that are really sensitive to talk about. Those are also the subjects I'm discussing in this week's lesson. It wasn't easy, but I did my best in presenting some points that refute these popular beliefs that have run rampant in the church all too long.
Christian Stewardship Lesson Three: Dangers of MaterialismMaterialism is dangerous. And it is amazing how often we overlook it's power and potential to cripple us not only in our spiritual lives but also in our social, physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Using Scripture, quotes, pop culture references, and, of course, the text of the book this series is based on, we explore the different sides and effects of the dangers of materialism.