Why does money matter so much in the world? How do we handle money matters in life and business?
It is said that everybody has a story, and certainly for followers of Christ, sharing our stories of redemption is one way the good news of salvation reaches people far and wide.
But what about a money story? You know, that story about how you view and deal with money that maybe you keep under wraps for fear of judgment, shame or guilt. Are you willing to bring it to light and put it at the foot of the cross to allow the Lord to work in and through you to redeem it for His glory? Are you willing to let it go so you can truly embrace His plan for you and walk out His assignment for your business? What part do money matters play in how you view and do business?
April is Financial Literacy Month, and it’s the perfect time to dig into money matters with this 3-part series! Money can be funny…just think of how we’re taught not to talk about it, and how much our identity can be wrapped up in money so much so that when things go wrong, we want to keep it under wraps. Well, grab your favorite beverage and join me for a focused 15 minutes on each of these episodes to break the chains of worldly money mindset by understanding the truth of what the Bible says about money and how we’re instructed to interact with it!
First up on episode 196, I’m pulling back the curtain on my own money story – the good, the bad and the ugly, and how Jesus redeemed me (and my family) with His salvation! Money matters in your business, but it doesn’t define you, and it’s not your savior (learn from my lesson on this!). DM me on social (links below) to let me know how this resonates with you, and what I can pray for around your own money story.
These scriptures were referenced in the episode for you to read along or study:
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