Money & Finance

This is a sermon I gave ages ago at my old church on the subject of Money & Finance. We were going through Proverbs at the time picking up major themes, and I was asked, given my profession, to do the talk on Money!

It is not-so-loosely based on the main points from a sermon by the great Methodist founder John Wesley. Let me know what you think; here’s the link:

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  • Ross Bale

    not sure if religion and money go together entirely but given the apparent complete lack of moral scruples in finance over the last 20 or 30 years perhaps they need to.

    • petematthew

      I know what you mean! They’re fairly different spheres, but when faith informs finance, or at least morality of decision making, then it can be a positive thing. Too often in my experience, money affects faith, and specifically the church – not a good thing.

      I have no lofty ideas on this, just trying to do the best I can with the money entrusted to me by my clients…

      Merry Christmas!