How can I be a good manager of the possessions or resources God has given me? How do I multiply
what I have and learn to fulfill His purposes with my resources?

True Freedom is Possible!

The world is not in danger of running out of resources; but we do believe the world is in danger of running out of faithful stewards. That’s where you come in! Jesus came to seek, restore and redeem a broken world and He wants to use you and the resources He’s entrusted to your care to do it.

God's financial principles are about so much more than getting out of debt and living on a budget. His desire is for each of us to grow in our understanding of His purpose for all that we are and all that we have. Our resources were never intended to be about us. We may think that owning more stuff makes us happy, however our loving Father knows that we will only experience true purpose and true freedom when we understand that He owns it all and we are simply the managers of everything He's entrusted to us. One of our greatest God-given responsibilities is to manage everything He's given us according to His biblical principles, and the best part of this is that He's set life up this way because He knows that when we care for what He's given us, the way He intended, we and those around us are blessed.

On this page you will find all kinds of practical resources. Whether you are looking to get out of debt, build up your savings, create or tweak a budget, increase your giving or start investing, we are excited to walk alongside you every step of the way on your journey toward true freedom. Jesus warns us in John 10:10, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” We desperately want you and those around you released from the burden of financial pain into a full life of joy and freedom as you grow into God’s faithful steward.

“His master said to him, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant. You have been faithful over a little; I will set you over much. Enter into the joy of your master.'” 

(Matthew 25:21 ESV)