Sacrificed Resources (The Cost of Christmas #3)

Americans love to spend a lot of money and time on Christmas. Did you know the average American will spend over $900/person and spend well over 40 hours in the month of December on Christmas related activities such as shopping, traveling, and worship services? (Yep, that’s a lot!)

However, if you are a follower of Jesus, God has a different plan for your money and time than just to use it all on a cultural holiday. To learn His better plan for you, listen in to part 3 of Riverwood’s series “The Cost of Christmas.”

The Gospel & Saving (The Everyday Gospel #11)

When it comes to saving money, most of us believe we don’t have enough.  Whether we have $10 in the bank or a million, we tend to think we need more.

But what if God gives you money not simply so you can keep more for yourself, but use more of it to help others? Listen in as Riverwood’s teaching pastor, Erin Bird, helps us consider from 1 Timothy 6:17-19 how God desires us to use the money we would normally stash in the bank.

The Gospel & Giving (The Everyday Gospel #10)

Well-known pastor Andy Stanley says that “Giving isn’t about what God wants from you, it’s about what God wants FOR you.”

Riverwood’s pastor, Erin Bird, agrees. In this second message in the “Money Edition” of The Everyday Gospel, Pastor Erin shows from 2 Corinthians 9 that financial contentment comes not in a big bank account or huge pay raise, but rather through giving in six different ways. No matter what your current financial status, this message will challenge yet inspire you to discover what God wants for you and your money.

The Gospel and Stewardship (The Everyday Gospel #9)

It can be hard to earn a living and make ends meet these days. It can be even harder when God calls us to give to others out of those earnings. In this sermon, Pastor Erin uses Psalm 50 to dig into the idea of stewardship, what belongs to God and what belongs to us. He helps us understand what it means to follow Jesus and love others with our resources.

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