When we approach our money as Christ followers, the obvious first step is to look at the Bible for money advice. Unfortunately, many have done this and constructed some pretty wacked out theologies (prosperity gospel much?). The problem is, when… Read More »Traders, Terrorists and Tax Collectors in Bible times
The focus on debt free living by Christian Money people is not from the Bible. The goal for a Christian’s money is not to be debt free, but to be free of the entanglements that prevent them from being on… Read More »Christian Money Podcast Episode 3: Debt is a Symptom not a Problem
Recently, I met with a missionary from another country. He and his wife ate at our home. We shared conversation through some language difficulties. These are people who had left lucrative careers in engineering to become culture changers for a… Read More »Is Your Money Too Slow?
Christian Financial Advice is messed up because Christians ask the wrong questions about their money. When you ask the wrong question, you’ll get the wrong answer. Christians are solving their money equation for retirement when they should be solving it… Read More »Christian Money Podcast Episode 2: We’re Asking the Wrong Questions
When people live ‘on mission’ often times their ministries will outgrow them. Non-profits, associations and churches are often birthed out of the passionate focused living of just one person. But the difference between being a ‘one-man show’ with a lose… Read More »Three Money Mistakes Small Non-Profits (and Churches) Make