The fundamental principle of biblical stewardship is this: God owns everything; we are simply managers or administrators acting on His behalf.
Stewardship is where our faith becomes action. Where we align our lives and our resources to glorify God and fully pursue the dreams he has put in our hearts.
Money is important to people and important to God, so we don’t avoid talking about it at Lifegate. We want to resource you with wisdom from the Bible and practical training so you can succeed with your finances.
Below are resources and tools we offer to help in your financial journey.
Good coaching makes us better at whatever we are trying to accomplish. The benefits of personal financial coaching can be life-changing.
Lifegate Church offers personal, one-on-one Financial Coaching for free. If you are longing for a financial turnaround, we are here to serve and help you in a very honoring, loving, encouraging and confidential way.
Financial coaching is for everyone – not just for those who are struggling financially, but for those who have much as well. The truth is, we all can become better stewards. For those who are farther along in their stewardship journey, we provide specialized coaching (guiding principles, not specific investments) for wealth creation and wealth management.
For further information and to get scheduled for your personal, one-on-one financial coaching, please email the Financial Coaching Team: email@example.com
Video Series on Financial Stewardship
Stewardship and money are regular topics in our weekend services. Here is a curated list of some of our most impactful series on these topic. They’re a great place to start on your stewardship journey. Both video and audio files are available.
Hanging On For Dear Life
The world can be a scary place and we’re all looking for something to give us a sense of security. As toddlers, it may have been a blankie. As adults, we often transfer our trust from blankets to other treasures – success, comfort, or wealth. Join us in this series as we learn what Jesus has to say about security, wealth and an unshakeable life.
How would you define your relationship with money? If we’re honest, most of us would probably say “it’s complicated.” In this series, we’ll discover how to redefine our relationship with money by learning what Jesus has to say about faith and finances. We’ll explore how giving generously, saving diligently and spending wisely are healthy, Biblical habits that allow us to live financially free. Join us, as we discover what it means to live beyond blessed.