I believe in fiscal responsibility, but I don’t think my fiduciary responsibility in the Church is the same as if I were serving on a board.
He [Melchizedek) blessed him [Abram] and said, “Blessed be Abram by God Most High, maker of heaven and earth; and blessed be God Most High, who has delivered your enemies […]
This is the first of a three-part series on retirement. “Let me know my end, LORD. How many days do I have left? I want to know how brief […]
This is the fifth in a five-part series on where God is calling me next. The first post can be found here. They praised God and demonstrated God’s goodness […]
I’ve justified many of the ways I use my money using this verse. I tell myself that it’s OK to have money if I don’t love it. But I think it’s difficult to discern where this line is.
Part II (Part I, Celebrating Addiction, can be found here.) I don’t know if I was ever addicted to money (but isn’t it just like an addict to deny it). […]
Addiction to money, and the things it buys and the power it grants, feed systems of inequality in our world. This addiction is a weapon of oppression.