Real Wealth

  • Real Wealth

    Pastor Aaron Buer wraps up our sermon series talking about how we can recalibrate how we view what we have, what we need and what we want with God’s help. He also gives us the formula for true wealth as we practice again and again what we learned in The School of Contentment. 1 Timothy 6:6-10

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  • Bags of Gold

    Pastor Aaron Buer discusses Jesus’ parable on investing. Through this conversation we see that everything we have is God’s and we are to invest it in what he is doing around the world. We are challenged to begin investing right away because there will come a day when we will give an account of how […]

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  • Training the Heart

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses the challenge of wealth. Through this conversation, we see that wealth is not friend to faith. We are challenged to ask three questions to find our contentment in God instead of our possessions: Where is my hope? Where do I serve? How can I share? 1 Timothy 6:17-19

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  • The Competition

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses the main competition of contentment. Through this conversation, we see how the 10th commandment about coveting reveals the danger of comparison. We are challenged to find our contentment in God and his promise to take care of us, instead of in the counterfeit gods of the things we often covet. Deuteronomy 5:21; […]

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  • Again and Again and Again

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses three habits connected to contentment. Through this conversation, we see that the habits of saving, giving and spending less lead to financial freedom. We are challenged to learn to be content in Jesus to enable us to develop these habits. Proverbs 21:17&20; 1 Corinthians 16:1-2

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  • Here and Now

    Pastor Jeff Manion discusses Paul’s statement about contentment. Through this conversation, we see that Paul’s contentment didn’t depend on his circumstances, but on God. We are challenged to enroll in the school of contentment so our contentment isn’t based on circumstances but is divinely empowered through God’s strength. Philippians 4:10-13

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