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Resources: Money and Giving

Well done, good and faithful servant (audio)

Randy answers questions on finances during a radio interview with Chuck Bentley.

How important is it for a believer to be debt free? (audio)

Randy answers questions on finances during a radio interview with Chuck Bentley.

Stewardship of non-financial gifts (audio)

Randy answers questions on finances during a radio interview with Chuck Bentley.

Can good stewards take risks? (audio)

Randy answers questions on finances during a radio interview with Chuck Bentley.

What is your response to criticism that you embrace ‘poverty theology’?

Question from a reader:

I saw the Elephant Room DVD where James MacDonald was referring to you, John Piper, Francis Chan and David Platt as embracing a “poverty theology”. What is your response to that?

Answer from Randy Alcorn:

Well, first of all, I will gladly go down on a ship any day with John Piper, Francis Chan and David Platt. 

Luke 16:9-12 - The Parable of the Unjust Steward (video)

This parable shows that we all have a term of service to God in this world and that term of service will come to an end. But how will our financial stewardship here affect our life in the Millennium and beyond? Randy answers this question from the parable. This video clip was excerpted from Randy's Eternity 101 DVD class, available at http://www.epm.org/store/product/eternity-101/.

Will we receive rewards for supporting ministries? (video)

Randy looks at Paul's writings in which he thanks those who have partnered in supporting His ministry to shed light on this question. This video clip was excerpted from Randy's Eternity 101 DVD class, available at http://www.epm.org/store/product/eternity-101/.

Q&A with Generous Giving Champions (audio)

Randy answers questions from the Generous Giving Champions group at a gathering in February 2013.

What should our perspective be about taxes?

Sometimes Christians get sidetracked from their central mission as God's stewards through illegitimate or secondary financial concerns. In my opinion, one example is the tax protest movement that now includes thousands of Christians across the country, many of whom use their church contacts to propagate their cause. Usually, they refuse to pay income tax, citing innumerable reasons why taxes are unjust and unconstitutional. They do this despite the fact that in a much more unjust society, Paul commanded the Roman Christians to obey their government and pay their taxes (Romans 13:1-7).

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