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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
True RichesRichard D. Patterson10/19/2015
7. Foundation Seven: Financial Faithfulness In MarriageGregory Brown07/07/2015
24. Why We Should Give Generously (1 Corinthians 16:1-24)Jeffrey E. Miller03/31/2015
Lesson 120: Abusive Church Leadership, Part III: How Should I Give? (Luke 20:45-21:4, 2 Cor. 8-9)Daniel Bennett02/24/2015
Lesson 119: Abusive Church Leadership, Part II: How Should I Give? (Luke 20:45-21:4)Daniel Bennett02/24/2015
Lesson 115: Rendering Unto God (Luke 20:19-26)Daniel Bennett02/19/2015
Lesson 98: The Tragic End of Materialism (Luke 16:19-31)Daniel Bennett02/18/2015
Lesson 92: Shrewd Stewardship (Luke 16:1-13)Daniel Bennett02/17/2015
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Question & Answers:

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?
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?
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?