It’s one of those impossible conversations. A family from your church is near financial ruin with crushing debt and dwindling income streams. Things are desperate and they’re turning to your church.
Financial literacy tools and resources will help... but you understand there’s more to this problem than just dollars and cents.
Where do you begin?
Rev. Phil Leo hosts Megan Pacheo and Kasia Tunnell, owners of Better Three Group, to discuss the spiritual dimensions of financial struggle.
Rev. Phil Leo and Cindi Riemersma, client services administrator for Barnabas Foundation, discuss big-picture strategies for protecting your church budget during times of crisis.
Rev. Phil Leo and James Bakke, J.D., executive director of Barnabas Foundation, discuss a new, complimentary solution for you and your congregation. This simple, online resource will help your church members create their legal wills – fast and 100% free!
Rev. Phil Leo and Syble Solomon, creator of Money Habitude$, discuss the six faces of giving and how knowing your “money habitude” impacts generosity.
Barnabas Foundation's Rev. Phil Leo hosts Rev. Paul Ryan, pastor for worship at Calvin University, as he describes how students there pray, give, memorize Scripture and even sit in silence together!
By Rev. Phillip Leo, Church Communications Director
“For Christ’s love compels us, because we are convinced that one died for all, and therefore all died.” 2 Corinthians 5:14
Trust me, you’ve already seen this movie a time or two: a pastor is asked to sit down to “hear what some people are...
4 Ways to Teach Stewardship to the Next Generation
One of the greatest gifts you can share with your loved ones is a godly perspective on money and generosity. After all, there is great freedom and
joy in handling finances God’s way.
Here are four great places to start…
Finding Philip, he said to him, “Follow me.” John 1:43, NIV
This directive isn’t only for grade-schoolers who line up to go to lunch or the bathroom.
In one way or another, we also line up every single day – at the checkout counter, the bank, getting on a bus, leaving a concert. We lin...