Biblical Stewardship is the understanding that God owns it all, and it is our responsibility to manage the time, talents, and treasures that He has placed in our care to bring Him the most glory. Luke 16:11 says, “So if you have not been trustworthy in handling worldly wealth, who will trust you with true riches?” Our desire is to teach people how to better manage the resources placed in their care so that they can experience true riches. Whether you are struggling to keep up with bills or have margin in your finances, we are here to walk with you on your journey in learning to manage His stuff better.
Learn how to plan for your future—and set your family up for success.
Social Security Workshop
Stewardship Estate Planning
God calls us to be wise stewards of the resources He has entrusted to us. For most people, estate planning is one of the most important stewardship transactions a person will make, and the process stirs up some tough questions. How much is enough for my family between now and when I die? How much is enough for my heirs? What should I do with the rest? The Stewardship Estate Planning workshop is designed to help people begin to process some of these important questions. For more information about the next class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Journey of Generosity
Do you have the Spiritual Gift of Giving? Generosity is central to our Christian faith, "For God so loved the world that he gave". By exploring generosity together we find joy and pursue a life of purpose. If you’re interested in growing this gift, please send an email to our Stewardship Pastor Ryan Kaczmarek.
Budgeting Made Easy
Do you ever feel overwhelmed with your finances? This class is designed to help you create a plan for your money. We’ll teach you which bills to pay first, while giving you space to craft a plan that works for your unique situation.
Financial Peace UniversityFinancial Peace University provides biblically based, common-sense education and empowerment that gives hope to everyone—from the financially secure to the financially distressed.