Does God reserve a special blessing for those who give generously to His work? Does the “Law of the Harvest” hold true for today? Can you give liberally and still miss God’s blessing?
Learn the answers to these and many other vital questions concerning your money.
Much controversy surrounds the principles of giving. Don’t be misled by popular teachings about money. Learn what it really means to rejoice in God’s abundance and share His resources.
In this step you will learn sound biblical principles for giving that will enable you to truly enjoy the promised blessings of God in your life.
You will discover:
- God’s plan for your financial life
- How to stop worrying about your money
- How to trust God for your finances
- The adventure of giving by faith
Step 8: The Christian and Giving is part of the Ten Basic Steps Toward Christian Maturity, a time-tested study series designed to provide you with a sure foundation for your faith, and to help you share your faith joyfully with others.
A basic course offered by Campus Crusade for Christ International, the Ten Basic Steps have been used by millions of lay people, students and pastors around the world. The studies are the product of many years of extensive development, testing and revision.
One of the most life-changing Bible Studies ever developed. Excellent for personal or group study. Leader’s Guide available.
BILL BRIGHT was the founder and president of Campus Crusade for Christ International, the world’s largest Christian ministry which serves people in 191 countries through a staff of 26,000 full-time employees and more than 225,000 trained volunteers.
Dr. Bright did graduate studies at Princeton and Fuller Theological seminaries and was the recipient of five honorary doctorates as well as many national and international awards. In 1996 Bright was presented with the prestigious Templeton Prize for Progress in Religion, for his work with fasting and prayer. Worth more than $1 million, the Templeton Prize is the world’s largest financial annual award. Bright donated all of his prize money to causes promoting the spiritual benefits of fasting and prayer. In 2000, Bright received the first Lifetime Achievement Award from his alma mater, Northeastern State University. In that same year, Bright and his wife were given the Lifetime Inspiration Award from Religious Heritage of America Foundation. Additionally, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from both the National Association of Evangelicals and the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. In 2002, Dr. Bright was inducted into the National Religious Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He authored over 100 books and publications committed to helping fulfill the Great Commission.
Before Dr. Bright went home to be with the Lord on July 19, 2003, he established Bright Media Foundation to promote and extend his written legacy to future generations.