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Q. Does debt affect giving in modern times in light of the Israelite tithe and slaves?Bob Deffinbaugh01/06/2021
20. Being Good Stewards of God’s Riches (1 Timothy 6:17-21)Gregory Brown05/31/2018
18. Freedom from the Trap of Loving Wealth (1 Timothy 6:6-10)Gregory Brown05/31/2018
Q. Must one tithe/give when they are in debt?Bob Deffinbaugh01/29/2018
7. Material Witnesses, Or How To Minister With Money, Part 2 (Luke 16:1-13)Bob Deffinbaugh09/21/2017
6. Material Witnesses, Or How To Minister With Money, Part 1 (Luke 16:1-13)Bob Deffinbaugh09/21/2017
Q. Is it wrong to be fully supported for Christian ministry work?Bob Deffinbaugh08/17/2017
Lesson 15: The Church and Money (Various Scriptures)Steven Cole08/09/2017
Lesson 17: When Greed Becomes God (Colossians 3:5b)Steven Cole03/13/2016
Lesson 16: Sex, Greed, and Christians (Colossians 3:5-7)Steven Cole03/13/2016
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Question & Answers:

Questions
I gave money to a church for a building project that never happened. I asked for my money back and they told me it was gone. What can I do?
Could you please help me understand the Biblical basis for support raising in ministry? Is it more desirable to be a tent-maker as you enter a ministry?
Was Jesus materially rich? If so is the 'Prosperity Gospel’ justified?
Why is it acceptable for a couple to incur debt for a house if it isn’t acceptable for a church to incur debt for a building?
Does the Lord’s church have authority to earn interest on its money?
While I agree that our church needs a building, and they are right to raise money from the congregation, is it Biblical to hire someone to raise the money from our congregants?