An article for the Christian Post, titled, “Religious Needs Drive a Market for Borrowing” goes over some speculation about the amount of borrowing that churches are doing lately. I don’t think that … [Read more...] about Big Budgets Puts Pressure on Tithing
At the beginning of the Old Covenant, Abraham set a pattern of giving that his children could follow throughout the remainder of the Covenant. So in response to the beginning of a New Covenant, our … [Read more...] about Tithe – Children of Men or the Spirit?
Mark 12:38-40 Beware of the scribes. . .who devour widows’ houses In response to the article Tele-Evangelist Lifestyles This article shakes me up. Bad. I’m almost speechless, and all i can feel … [Read more...] about In God We Trust?
For you, brethren, have been called to liberty; only do not use liberty as an opportunity for the flesh, but through love serve one another. While reading in Galatians 5:13, we see that use of our … [Read more...] about Liberty is Commanded
What do you see in the pew/chair in front of you at church, tithing envelopes, a bulletin, maybe a hymnal, or a pencil? Do you ever find chewed up gum stuck to a giving envelope all folded up? It’s … [Read more...] about Don’t Leave The Gum
“The Lord said to Aaron: “You shall have no inheritance in their land, nor shall you have any portion among them; I am your portion and your inheritance among the children of Israel.” “And He will … [Read more...] about I am Your Portion and Your Inheritance