"Money" calls us to lay aside the taboo of not discussing money matters among Christians. We are encouraged to talk together about how we make decisions about money matters.
The second film in this series "Money: How Poor Does Jesus Want Us to Be?" looks at Jesus' teachings about wealth and explores taking them seriously in a consumer society. The discussion is led by Tony Campolo.
Cycles of Discipleship offers a model of stewardship outlined in 2 Corinthians 8-9. The program kit includes: 9 copies of Cycles of Discipleship Program Guide; 1 Training DVD; 1 Resource CD; and 1 Bible Study CD
Learn what the Bible says about handling money and the profound impact that managing money has on your relationship with God. This first tapes includes an introduction and lessons on Debt, Counsel, and Honesty.
Learn what the Bible says about handling money and the profound impact that managing money has on your relationship with God. This second tape's lessons are on Giving, Work, Saving & Investing, and Teaching Children about Money.
With Enough Stewardship Program Guide, Adam Hamilton offers a simple campaign that will transform how the church and individuals view the role of money in connection with their life's purpose and the positive impact that tranformation will have on the world.
In 6 sessions, look at how we can expand our giving into every facet of our lives: our possessions, our time, our talents and skills, our physical environment, our spiritual environment, and our money.
This teaching video looks at how we can expand our giving into every facet of our lifes: possessions, time, talents & skills, physical environment, spiritual environment, and money.
A study on culture and how it has shaped the message of Christianity. Miller illustrates how culture always serves as a lens for our understanding of Chrisianity; addresses how scripture defines spirituality; and why scripture is still relevant today.
Dick Towner, director of the Good Sense Movement at Willow Creek, teaches this foundational piece on understanding the necessity for providing stewardship experiences in the local church.
No matter what their circumstances - financial crisis or abundance - the Good $ense Budget Course can help everyone in your church to experience the joy of financial freedom.
The "Counselor Training" video works with counselors who will use their God-given talents and abilities to help individuals and families experience reduced anxiety and the joy of financial freedom.
The "Casting a Vision for Good $ense" video gives you an inspiring tool to cast vision with other leaders for a Good $ense Ministry in your church. It highlights the need people have for help with finances and showcases testimonies of real people.
Heart in Focus is a step-by-step process that helps people get at the root of most money issues, the human heart and then walk through the maze of financial choices.
Davis and Kehl present a biblical perspective of money, including the following:
Aiming hearts toward lasting treasures
Overcoming the worry of daily living
Taking control of debt
Clarifying life's meaning
Implementing a plan for the future
This practical and encouraging kit contains a DVD with...
This journey into God's extravagant love will renew individual members and unite the church in a fresh commitment to giving and service.
Stewardship as a Way of Life is the emphasis of this curriculum kit. It includes an instructional DVD & VHS, stewardship videos for congregants, a resources CD and posters.
13. What Next? Sociologists discuss rural public policy for the next decade.
1. Who Cares - the importance of preserving rural communities. 2. Economic Base - Economic transitions in four communities in Iowa, California, Georgia, and West Virginia.
11. Capacity to Care - How small communities meet the special needs of citizens. 12. Communities on the Move - Innovative responses of small communities to the economic challenge.
3. Just Folks - Culture and ideology affect how a community deals with social problems. 4. Legacy - Rural families pass their possessions and values on to the next generation.