Managing Your Money on a Budget

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As Christians, it’s important to be good stewards of our money and to learn how to live within our means, or even below our means, so we can help others as well.

Being fiscally responsible is honoring to God, and we are called to be good managers of the blessings He’s given, so it’s important to figure out a way to avoid financial crisis or get out of financial bondage. Although it can seem like a daunting idea, budgeting is crucial to managing your money in a responsible way.

With that in mind, this growth plan is designed to help you learn how to manage your finances and live in a way that allows you to give generously when opportunities arise.

01 01

Your Finances: Cause of Stress or Source of Blessing

For a lot of people, money is a source of stress, but it doesn’t have to be. You can learn to be deliberate about managing your money and turn it into a blessing instead of a source of stress.
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02 02

Why You Should Budget

Budgeting can be a scary concept for some people, but if you have money, then you really need to have a plan for caring for it.
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03 03

Setting Up Your Budget

Setting up a budget or spending plan for yourself or your family is something that will help you become a better steward of what God has given you.
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04 04

Generous Giving

Your budget should take into account tithing as well as generous giving—and it can sometimes create a struggle between spending on your “wants” versus generously giving to others.
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05 05

The Things That Don't Matter

Don’t let stuff be the source of your joy, and don’t let materialism ruin your financial well-being.
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06 06

Setting Limits

Learn to be content with what you have and prayerfully figure out where you are comfortable living so you can generously give the excess for God’s kingdom work.
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07 07

Financial Responsibility to Glorify God

Financial responsibility is an important aspect of living a life that glorifies God.
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