Money’s Purpose

  • February 5, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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Using the right tool, the wrong way, can hurt you. Money is a tool, and when used inline with Kingdom values, it leads to financial freedom. When its misused, you actually end up hurting yourself and others. In this passage from Luke, we learn that if we seek the Kingdom first, trust in God’s provision, … [Read More…] Money’s Purpose

Greed’s Antidote

  • January 29, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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This passage serves as a warning to the rich. What most of us often fail to realize is that we’re all far richer than we think we are. Jesus equates our treasure to our loyalty, and warns us to watch out for greed. Greed is a form of idolatry, meaning that it prioritizes something above … [Read More…] Greed’s Antidote

Debt’s Dangers

  • January 22, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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The statistics on debt in America are staggering. Not only are people finding themselves enslaved to the pursuit of money, but they are also experiencing a profound lack of contentment. How can we avoid the pitfalls that can entrap us financially and take our focus away from trusting God with our lives? How can eliminate … [Read More…] Debt’s Dangers

God’s Ownership

  • January 16, 2018
  • BY Eric Morse
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Think about this statement for a moment: God owns everything. What comes to mind? Do you believe that? Do you live in light of that? This passage from 1 Chronicles 29 gives us three keys to unlocking God’s wisdom for financial freedom: you must yield to God’s ownership, by acknowledging Him as the source for … [Read More…] God’s Ownership