Being, Knowing, and Doing—Part 25 (Stewardship Continued)

Being, Knowing, and Doing—Part 25 (Stewardship Continued)

How can we leverage that which is passing away into that which will endure? Answering this crucial question has been the task of our study over the last few weeks. Within the context of giving there is a balance to be found between wisdom and faith, between truth and trust. Ken Boa explains that Christians should view their changing circumstances in light of God’s unchangeable character. Consider how you might invest your time, talents, and treasure for the Kingdom of God while you are still living.

This teaching is part 25 of a subseries on stewardship in the larger series, “Being, Knowing & Doing: How Godly Principles Strategically Affect Men’s Everyday Lives.”

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