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As a church leader, you understand the spiritual discipline of managing every area of your life for God. You also know how applying biblical stewardship can transform lives. 

Are you looking to implement a church-wide initiative or resource your small groups with new curriculum? Visit the all-new StewardshipCentral.org for insights and resources from leading voices on true stewardship.

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Life. Money.
Hope.

Sermons: 3

Run time: 30:00 each

Life. Money. Hope. Series

This series, shot at LifeChurch.tv in Oklahoma City, contains hi-res videos, fill-in-the-blank handouts, and sermon outlines.

The Basics of Biblical Finance (31:45)
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Breaking the Bondage of Debt (31:37)
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The #1 Myth About Money (35:15)
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Momentum Sermons

Sermons: 3

Momentum Sermons

The following sermons are from our Momentum series. Dave Ramsey's Momentum is for church leaders who want to help their whole church family become financially healthy. It creates a culture of unity, responsible stewardship and generosity.

Trusting God Completely Sermon Outline

Savings For Harvest and Famine Sermon Outline

God Owns it All Sermon Outline

Andy Stanley's Recovery Road

Sermons: 6

Run time: 40:00 each

Andy Stanley's Recovery Road Series

This 6 week series by Andy Stanley of North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia outlines the many ways "We the People" might be able to get this country on the road to recovery.

We The People (40:00)
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Taking Inventory (40:00)
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The Credibility Factor (40:00)
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Declaration of Dependence (40:00)
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The Debt Spending Crisis(40:00)
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Entitled (40:00)
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Dave's Great Recovery Steps

Sermons: 6

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Dave's Great Recovery Steps

Simple tips for starting the recovery in your own life.

The Great Recovery Intro (:53) Download MP4

Step 1: Starter Emergency Fund (1:20) Download MP4

Step 2: Live on a Budget (1:06) Download MP4

Step 3: Get Out of Debt! (1:06) Download MP4

Step 4: Invest Wisely (1:21) Download MP4

Step 5: Become a Giver (1:21) Download MP4

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The Great Recovery Sermon

Sermons: 1

Runtime: 37:59

The Great Recovery Sermon

Dave delivers the message of hope to the congregation of GracePointe Church in Franklin, Tennessee. Watch as Dave lays out the actions that each of us can take to support our nation through The Great Recovery.

The Great Recovery Sermon (37:59) Download MP4

The Great Recovery Event

Runtime: 49:19

The Great Recovery Event

The Great Recovery Event (49:19) Download MP4

 

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Financial Literacy

Nonprofit organizations can help nurture self-sufficiency in their clients with direct, common-sense lessons about money.
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Correctional Facilities

Too many offenders leave prison with little, if any, understanding of money management. As they learn the fundamentals of a healthy financial lifestyle, they become more equipped to manage their money when they leave the correctional facility—and less likely to return. Learn More

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