By working to help pastors be better fiscal leaders and stewards and providing direct aid, Texas Baptists are ensuring a more secure financial future for pastors in ministry.
Larry Post, a deacon at Sugarland Baptist Church, expands on the three key aspects of a good personal and church financial plan: tithing, saving, and spending.
Troy Allen, senior pastor First Baptist College Station, answers three key questions about the financial stewardship of the church, the leadership of the church, and the correlation between personal and church budgeting.
Troy Allen, senior pastor First Baptist College Station, explains the components of a good church budget that can be used as a guide.
What Does the Church Budget Say About the Church?
Ward Hayes, senior pastor at Valley Grove Baptist Church, explains stewardship as discipleship in the church and the responsibilities and opportunities of the church to be stewards of the gifts it receives and the other gifts individuals are called to steward well.
Larry Post, a deacon at Sugarland Baptist Church, speaks about the importance of personal tithing and savings, and their impact on personal stewardship.
Ward Hayes, senior pastor at Valley Grove Baptist Church, reframes our understanding of money within the context of the Bible using scripture and biblical teaching.
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