1 MONEY MASTER OR SERVANT? No one can serve two masters Matthew 6:24
2 Let s LET S BE CLEAR A person is justified not by the works of the law but through faith in Jesus Christ. Galatians 2:16 Faithful stewardship is not a set of rules we must obey to maintain our relationship with God. Instead, through God s grace we are free to determine how best to manage and use the resources entrusted to us. Faithful stewardship is NOT just about the portion of those resources we give away. We are to use all of it in ways that will please God, in ways that demonstrate our devotion to the rule of God, the lordship of Christ, and the direction of the Holy Spirit. Mark Allan Powell, Giving to God
3 PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY What experiences early in your life shaped your current feelings about money?
4 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY How were your attitudes toward money shaped by the experiences and attitudes of your family?
5 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY What have been the strongest influences on the way you manage money in your household today?
6 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY How does your faith guide the use of your money?
7 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY Are you trying to make significant changes in the way you manage now and for the future?
8 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY How have your feelings and attitudes about giving money to the church and other charitable causes changed over time?
9 MONEY: MASTER OR SERVANT? PERSONAL MONEY AUTOBIOGRAPHY Did any of your answers to the money autobiography questions surprise you?
10 God s Word says a lot about our relationship with money (wealth, possessions). Why would God care how we regard, acquire, manage, and spend money?
11 HOW WE REGARD MONEY A tool and resource to enable us to love and serve God and our neighbor. A positive gift received with gratitude. Trust in God s continuing benevolence. The danger of prosperity abundance can cause us to lose our focus on God. God does not value His children on the basis of their wealth He stands with the poor.
12 QUESTIONS Can enjoyable material blessings that enrich our lives become necessities we cannot live without? Can we be tempted to shift from trusting that God will provide all we need to trusting our wealth to protect us from a diminishing standard of living? How can we avoid allowing income and wealth to become measures of a person s worth or value applied either to our neighbors or ourselves?
13 HOW WE ACQUIRE MONEY Work is good - God expects us to work. We are to deal with our neighbors honestly. (Who is our neighbor?) Our means of acquiring money should not create hardships for our neighbors. Our employment is a calling through which we can serve and witness to our neighbors. Even those not needing a paycheck should be engaged in the good of their community.
14 QUESTIONS What makes a job a calling or vocation? Is it possible to tell someone who you are without referring to your current or former occupation? What would you tell a child, grandchild, or other young person asking for guidance about what to do with his or her life?
15 HOW WE MANAGE MONEY Faithful stewards of all with which God has entrusted us. A means of furthering God s purpose of extending His love and grace to family, friends and neighbors. Beware of hoarding we won t take it with us. Nor should we waste or squander the resources God has entrusted to us. Planning and saving for future needs is not hoarding (within reason!?).
16 QUESTIONS How would you define the line between wise and prudent planning for the future and hoarding wealth? What is a faithful guideline for choosing between a clear current need like providing for hungry families in your community and a possible future need like a longer than expected retirement? What constitutes faithful stewardship of wealth we have saved for legitimate future needs?
17 HOW WE SPEND MONEY Our spending decisions should consider the impact on others as well as ourselves. We have freedom to decide whether our spending is worthwhile for ourselves and our families. With freedom comes the responsibility to use resources faithfully. Faithful stewardship inc ludes responsible selfcare as well as caring for others. Faithful spending involves giving up the love of possessing.
18 QUESTIONS Can our God-given freedom to discern what spending is truly faithful for ourselves and our families become a stumbling block for our neighbors? How does telling our children We can t afford that. differ from We don t think that would be a good use of our money.? Is it possible that spending more moderately (or frugally) could increase our enjoyment of life?
19 HOW DOES GIVING FIT INTO THIS FRAMEWORK? Generous giving is a key aspect of faithful stewardship. Giving is the way those to whom God has given the talent to make money and accumulate wealth can employ the fruit of that talent to God and neighbors. Giving helps release the hold money has on us as a competing source of hope, worth, and security all of which really come through God s love and grace.
20 QUESTIONS Should we base our giving decisions on our feeling about the worthiness of the project (as directed by our hearts), or place a priority on meeting the ongoing month to month needs of our congregation (even when we find it hard to be cheerful about such routine giving)? As long as we give to our congregation or for another worthwhile purpose, does it make any difference why we give? Does paying our pledge to our congregation through a direct deposit program seem like as much of an act of worship as placing a contribution in the collection plate?
21 WHAT OTHER INSIGHTS ABOUT HOW OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD AFFECTS OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH MONEY (AND VICE VERSA) COULD WE ADD?
22 TRANSLATING FAITH-BASED VALUES INTO SPECIFIC FINANCIAL GOALS A SMART financial goal is: Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Trackable
23 EXAMPLE Bob (age 33) Sue (age 31) Chris (age 8) Should graduate from high school in May, 2027
24 BOB & SUE My values and goals to enable me to live them out VALUES THAT GUIDE MY LIFE DECISIONS We want Chris to have the opportunity to fully develop her talents and abilities.
25 BOB & SUE My values and goals to enable me to live them out FINANCIAL DIMENSIONS OF MY VALUES Make it financially possible for Chris to go to college if she chooses to do so.
26 BOB & SUE My values and goals to enable me to live them out MY GOALS TO ENABLE ME TO LIVE OUT MY VALUES Long Term: Save 50% of the cost of attending college by the fall of 2027
27 BOB & SUE COST FOR ONE YEAR AT IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY (not a college choice just a measuring tool) Undergraduate Costs for an Iowa Resident Tuition & Fees, Room & Board, Books & Supplies, and Estimated Personal Expenses $20,606
28 BOB & SUE AVERAGE ANNUAL INCREASE IN COLLEGE EXPENSES Public 4-Year Colleges, In-State Students to % (2.69% Above Average Inflation Rate) College Board and Bureau of Labor Statistics
29 BOB & SUE Projected Cost for One Year at Iowa State University $31,432 Projected Average Annual Cost over 4 Years Beginning Fall, 2027 $33,553 Goal: Save 2 Years of College Costs by Fall, 2027 $67,106
30 BOB & SUE HOW MUCH DO THEY NEED TO SAVE? Average Annual Rate of Return College Savings Iowa 529 Plan Conservative Growth Portfolio 10 Years Ending March, 31, % Monthly Savings to Save $67,106 in 10 Years $420.93
31 BOB & SUE Is their goal for saving for Chris education? Specific Yes Measurable Yes Achievable Need more information Realistic Need more information Trackable Yes
32 EXAMPLE Carl (age 73) Jean (age 72)
33 CARL & JEAN RETIRED Projected 2018 Income: Combined Social Security Benefits IRA Required Minimum Distributions Taxable Interest $36,000 $18,000 $10,000 Total $64,000
34 CARL & JEAN My values and goals to enable me to live them out VALUES THAT GUIDE MY LIFE DECISIONS We express our gratitude through generosity.
35 CARL & JEAN My values and goals to enable me to live them out FINANCIAL DIMENSIONS OF MY VALUES We are grateful that we have been blessed with financial resources that enable us to tithe and we would like to stretch and help with a special project.
36 CARL & JEAN My values and goals to enable me to live them out MY GOALS TO ENABLE ME TO LIVE OUT MY VALUES Short Term: Increase our annual giving from $6,000 to $7,000
37 CARL & JEAN SHOULD THEY MAKE THEIR CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS AS QUALIFIED CHARITABLE DISTRIBUTIONS (QCD) FROM IRA S? Actual Income Charitable Contributions Giving Directly $64,000 $7,000 QCD $64,000 $7,000 Taxable Portion of Social Security Benefits Adjusted Gross Income Taxable Income Federal Income Tax $7,000 $35,000 $9,100 $910 $3,500 $24,500 $0 $0
38 CARL & JEAN Is their goal of increasing their charitable giving by $1,000 in 2018? Specific Measurable Achievable Realistic Trackable Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
39 EVALUATION QUESTIONS Was the Money Autobiography an interesting and helpful exercise? Was the discussion of the Money Autobiography helpful? Was it too intrusive or uncomfortable? Was the Some Guidance from God s Word discussion outline interesting and helpful? Did it present a faithful interpretation of the Biblical references used to support specific points? Could the combination of the Money Autobiography and the Some Guidance from God s Word discussion outline be used as the basis for an adult forum without the practical application discussion? Is the Values and Goals worksheet a logical and helpful connection between the values based discussion and the practical application of putting those values into action?
40 EVALUATION QUESTIONS Were the Bob and Sue and Carl and Jean examples helpful in illustrating the connection between values and application to practical real life situations? How could we most effectively connect application of faith-based values to the practical financial management challenges that are most important to our audience? How can we most effectively structure the presentation of these materials? Overall, do the Money: Master or Servant? materials have potential as useful tools for congregations and their members? How could these materials be improved?
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