What's so important about my Legacy?

Blessed Beyond Measure--Stewardship God's Ownership

October 16, 2020 Kenn Edwards/Dave Briggs Season 1 Episode 4
What's so important about my Legacy?
Blessed Beyond Measure--Stewardship God's Ownership
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What's so important about my Legacy?
Blessed Beyond Measure--Stewardship God's Ownership
Oct 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Kenn Edwards/Dave Briggs

Our topic today is Blessed Beyond Measure. According to Vocabulary.com, If you say you've been blessed, you feel lucky to have something: health, love, fame, fortune, talent, etc.  That’s it—lucky? Is that all there is? 

For the Christian, being blessed is more than luck. God’s Word says, “Both riches and honor come from You, and You rule over all.” So, it’s a lot more than luck. If you have blessed, it comes from our Heavenly Father. 

Dave has been at Central Christian Church of Arizona for ten years leading the Stewardship Ministry on their six campuses.

Prior to joining the staff at Central, Dave held a similar position at Willow Creek Community Church. In 2002, Dave left a 27-year career as a finance manager with General Electric to follow his passion for teaching biblical principles of handling money. He has a love for teaching and a desire to help train church leaders to establish thriving and sustainable stewardship ministries.

Dave and his wife, Debbie, have two grown sons, both of whom are in full-time ministry.

Show Notes

Our topic today is Blessed Beyond Measure. According to Vocabulary.com, If you say you've been blessed, you feel lucky to have something: health, love, fame, fortune, talent, etc.  That’s it—lucky? Is that all there is? 

For the Christian, being blessed is more than luck. God’s Word says, “Both riches and honor come from You, and You rule over all.” So, it’s a lot more than luck. If you have blessed, it comes from our Heavenly Father. 

Dave has been at Central Christian Church of Arizona for ten years leading the Stewardship Ministry on their six campuses.

Prior to joining the staff at Central, Dave held a similar position at Willow Creek Community Church. In 2002, Dave left a 27-year career as a finance manager with General Electric to follow his passion for teaching biblical principles of handling money. He has a love for teaching and a desire to help train church leaders to establish thriving and sustainable stewardship ministries.

Dave and his wife, Debbie, have two grown sons, both of whom are in full-time ministry.