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Ron Blue on Two Lies We Can Believe About Giving

April 17, 2017
"One of the greatest blessings of the body of Christ is its capacity to meet the needs of its members through generosity, service, and sacrifice. When Satan succeeds in destroying this flow of love and grace in the church through his lies, I am sure he rejoices."

Old Testament and New Testament Views on Giving

April 9, 2017
Randy Alcorn was interviewed by Greg Laurie of Harvest Fellowship Church in Riverside, California on the subjects of Easter, money, happiness and living life now so that it echoes in eternity. In this clip, Randy discusses what both the Old Testament and the New Testament in the Bible says about giving our money.

Should We Want Eternal Rewards?

April 9, 2017
Randy Alcorn was interviewed by Greg Laurie of Harvest Fellowship Church in Riverside, California on the subjects of Easter, money, happiness and living life now so that it echoes in eternity. In this clip, Randy talks about our desires for eternal rewards as Christians.

Should We Give Money to the Poor Even When There’s a Risk of Waste or Misuse?

March 13, 2017
Every good thing can have a bad effect. The solution isn’t to avoid sponsoring children or to never support national ministries, but to exercise great care. We know that Christ commands us to give, to help the poor and needy, and to lay up treasures in Heaven. So the solution is not to give less, but to give carefully and wisely while still giving generously.

Is it True You Advise Not Leaving Any Inheritance to Our Children?

March 10, 2017
Nanci and I are in fact leaving some money to our kids and grandkids in our will, just not the bulk of what we leave behind. That’s  not a change. That has always been our plan. We believe it’s the most loving thing we can do for them, for our Lord, and for needy people.

Lottery Winner Says Winning “Has Ruined My Life”

March 10, 2017
One of the great ironies of gambling is that the vast majority of people lose money, while the few who win discover money doesn’t make them happy—and often it actually ruins their lives! One study reported that “six months after winning the lottery, you are likely to be no happier than if you had been paralyzed in a car crash.”