Balanced, Part One - Opening the Books
Balanced, Part Three - Back in the Black
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Can you be unbalanced financially and still be a devoted follower of Christ?
What does it even mean to be financially balanced?
In this six-session study, you’ll be challenged to examine what you really believe about finances and faith:
• What does the Bible say about money?
• What is your primary objective when it comes to your personal finances?
• Can you survive without debt?
• Should you spend, save, or give the “extra” money you have?
• Are you content with what you have?
• Are you giving God your leftovers?
This study is filled with insightful perspectives and practical exercises to build a biblical foundation for just about every aspect of your finances.
Each session includes a 15-minute video segment, tools for practical application, and a discussion guide for group use. The DVD also contains six full-length messages for further study and digital copies of the practical application tools. This curriculum is ideal for groups or for individual study.
Part One: "Opening the Books" - Matthew 6:21, Luke 16:13 - (Andy Stanley)
Part Two: "Reading the Fine Print" - 1 Chronicles 21:10-14 - (Andy Stanley)
Part Three: "Back in the Black" - Deuteronomy 28:12, Proverbs 22:7, 25:28 - (Andy Stanley)
Part Four: "Creating a New Line Item" - Luke 12:16-21,33 - (Andy Stanley)
Part Five: "Managing Your Expenses" - 1 Timothy 6:6-11, 18-19 - (Andy Stanley)
Part Six: "Developing a Plan" - Malachi 3:7-10, Matthew 6:24, 31-33, Mark 12:43-44 - (Andy Stanley)