You Can’t Take It With You

You Can’t Take It With You

You’re probably used to hearing people in church talk about giving. But when was the last time in church that you talked about earning or saving? Is it unchristian to earn money? Is it wrong to save for ourselves and our families?

John Wesley didn’t think so. Wesley, the Christian evangelist and founder of the Methodist movement, gave a remarkable sermon called “The Use of Money.” In it, he said that the important thing isn’t money itself but how we use it. Wesley’s surprising advice still rings true today: earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can.

Join us from October 18 to November 8 as we explore together Wesley’s surprising advice.

  • October 18 – If You Could Ask for Anything
  • October 25 – Money – The Excellent Gift
  • November 1 – You Can’t Take It With You
  • November 8 – How Far Will You Go?

 What is this sermon about?

This sermon is about saving all we can with the focus on being a good steward.

Why is this sermon important?

This sermon is important because the way that we manage our finances can bring us closer or further away from God.

What is the context of this sermon?

This is the third sermon in our annual stewardship series.

What are the next action steps?

Pray each day this week for God to guide the decision you will make about your financial stewardship. Complete your commitment card and bring it with you to worship next Sunday.

What is the good news (bottom line)?

The good news is that financial stewardship helps us grow closer to Christ.