How many of you can identify with this article (thanks to Bob Roberts, Jr. at Glocalnet)?
Why does it take a suffering economy for us to try and place our finances under the Lordship of Jesus?
Why do we complain about being broke when it is our own doing… and when billions in our world live–well, it’s more like die–on less than $2 a day?
How can churches help their own and those in the communities around them when it comes to this issue that doesn’t say, “Get your finances straight so you can give to the church” and, instead, shines the love and grace of Jesus on people?
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