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Financial Renewing of the Mind

renew-mindThe meaning of some keys words you need a clear understanding about

Opportunity: an amount of time or a situation in which something can be done
Benefit: a good or helpful result or effect
Employer: A legal entity that controls and directs a servant or worker under an express or implied contract of employment and pays (or is obligated to pay) him or her salary or wages in compensation.
Employee: An individual who works part-time or full-time under a contract of employment, whether oral or written, express or implied, and has recognized rights and duties. Also called worker.
Worker: a person who is employed and works hard
Employed: People who are employed on a full or part-time during a specified payroll period.
Servant: one that performs duties about the person or home of a master or personal employer
Job: is the work that a person does regularly in order to earn money
Work: is the job that a person does regularly in order to earn money
Career: a job or profession that someone does for a long time
Salary: an amount of money that an employee is paid each year
Wages: an amount of money that a worker is paid based on the number of hours, days, etc. that are worked
Compensation: payment given for doing a job
Earnings: money received as wages or gained as profit
Profits: money that is made in a business, through investing, etc., after all the costs and expenses are paid : a financial gain : the advantage or benefit that is gained from doing something
Rules of 72: The ‘Rule of 72’ is a simplified way to determine how long an investment will take to double, given a fixed annual rate of interest. By dividing 72 by the annual rate of return, investors can get a rough estimate of how many years it will take for the initial investment to duplicate itself. For example, the rule of 72 states that $1 invested at 10% would take 7.2 years ((72/10) = 7.2) to turn into $2.

System: a group of related parts that move or work together.
Leverage: influence or power used to achieve a desired result
Duplication: the act or process of copying something
Multiplication: the process of adding a number to itself a certain number of times : the act or process of multiplying numbers :an increase in the number or amount of something (Starts with the number 2)

Empower: make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights.
Empowerment: Empowerment is based on the idea that giving employees skills, resources, authority, opportunity, motivation, as well holding them responsible and accountable for outcomes of their actions, will contribute to their competence and satisfaction.
Earned income: includes all the taxable income and wages you get from working. There are two ways to get earned income: You work for someone who pays you or your own or run a business or farm
Residual income: (also called passive, or recurring income) is income that continues to be generated after the initial effort has been expended. Compare this to what most people focus on earning: linear income, which is “one-shot” compensation or payment in the form of a fee, wage, commission or salary.
Linear income: is directly proportional to the number of hours invested in it (40 hrs. of pay for 40 hrs. of work), but one of the great advantages of residual income is that once things are set in motion, you continue making money from your initial efforts, while gaining time to devote to other things… such as generating more streams of residual income!

Smartphone: a cellular phone that performs many of the functions of a computer, typically having a touchscreen interface, Internet access, and an operating system capable of running downloaded applications.

Wealth: is an abundance of valuable possessions or money. the state of being rich; material prosperity.

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Solving Money Problems with LADA

The LADA Way to Solve Money Problems

How do you solve money problems?
1. Stop spending
2. Worry
3. Blame someone or something
4. Give up
5. Go further into debt
6. Sell a possession
7. Become depressed
8. Complain
9. Cheat or steal
10. Hope someone will just give you the money you need

Of course, none of these solutions help you gain more money.
However, this solution is effective.

“I answer money problems with lots of money, not with worry or sadness or impractical hope.” — L. Ron Hubbard

Ecclesiastes 10:19 (NIV)  A feast is made for laughter, wine makes life merry,
and money is the answer for everything.

You solve your money problems by making money. No other approach is a solution. An abundance of money is your only solution.

Money Problems: Only for the poor?

Why are there so many people in the midst of money problems today? Is it really because of high living expenses and the gap between the “haves and the have-nots” driving people to live outside of their means? “Robbing Peter to pay Paul” is the way that many households are run, and one crisis can tip the scales from solvency to disaster.

Many seek financial counseling for answers, and some who take that route do find solutions which help them begin to live within their means. It is also true that financial problems are not entirely confined to those without what is deemed as adequate financial resources — for many with larger incomes also find themselves in the same boat of living from paycheck to paycheck.

Money Problems: Stewardship

Correcting money problems is a matter of being a good steward of the resources we have and allocating those resources in a manner that brings benefit rather than burden. This is a learned skill and begins with the choice to be the master of money rather than allowing money to master us.

We do not break the bad habit of debt through earning more money, but rather we break any habit by replacing it with a better one.

Therefore, in order to correct money problems we must change the way we view and use the money we already have through self-discipline. How do we find the self-discipline it takes to correct our money troubles?

Every freedom we have comes with responsibility, and income is no different. How we use what we are given determines our contentment with what we have, for money does not bring happiness nor contentment. So if we seek to satisfy the desires of our hearts with things then we will always need bigger and better things to satiate us.

Money Problems: Biblical view

The biblical view of money (and indeed the marshalling of our resources) is that we use it for the glory of God (1 Corinthians 10:31). Rather than seeking to gain more and more of what the world has to offer we need to seek after the things of God, and He in turn will supply all of our need.

“But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well” (Matthew 6:33, NIV). “And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus” ( Philippians 4:19, NIV).

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Ways to Help The Financial Status of the Church

Ideas on Ways to Help the Financial Status of the Church

Keep a church’s budget in check with fundraisers.

In tough economic times, a church can face budget problems that threaten the operation because much of its income is based on its congregation’s donations. When your church is moving toward a financial crisis, take action to cut costs and add to the budget. As you plan how to help the church’s financial status, consider ways you can use existing resources, cut costs and make use of members to keep the church running.

  1. Scrub the Budget

    • When your church is in financial trouble, go through the budget to find areas that might be draining funds. Check out the electricity bill, money spent for supplies, the cleaning fee and the cost of staff. If your church is spending money on a local cleaning service, you might ask for volunteers to take over the job each week. If the electricity bill is high, you can put in electric timers to ensure that all of the lights will turn off at a certain time, or seal the windows to eliminate heat leaks during the winter.

    Rent the Space

    • Churches often have plenty of meeting space that can be used by local groups. To add extra money to your church’s bank account, rent out different areas of the building when it is not in use. Local choirs or musical ensembles might want to rehearse in the sanctuary, organizations can hold meetings in the kitchen or conference area, and individual musicians can rent the children’s room for the use of the piano. To advertise, find the email addresses of local organizations and groups from the local chamber of commerce and send out an email announcement that includes the fees and general availability.

    Appeal to the Congregation

    • When your church is struggling, bring the problem to the congregation. For a loyal group of church members, keeping it operating is of paramount importance for their spiritual lives. You can send out an appeal for donations, request that church members brainstorm possible fundraising ideas, or ask for volunteers to take over some of the services that are draining the resources. By being honest with the congregation and working together, you can help the financial status of the church and build community.

    Hold Fundraisers

    • If you have gone through your church’s budget and cannot find ways to save money on expenses, add to your coffers with fundraisers. Because most churches have a building, kitchen and grounds, you will not need to pay rental fees for an event location. If you want to target the local community in addition to the church members, hold the event in an outdoor, neutral zone to avoid alienating anyone who is not religious. Possible church fundraisers include concerts, a community-wide talent show, a pasta dinner or a kids’ carnival. You might also sponsor a parents’ night out, where families can drop their kids off for a certain period of time while they have an evening out or complete errands. Schedule games and snacks for the kids and charge the parents a flat fee for the service.

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Keys to Starting a Financial Stewardship Ministry

I’d like to share a few thoughts and then refer you to several resources that go into some detail regarding starting and maintaining a stewardship ministry.

1. Understand the importance. There are thousands of verses about money in the bible. Jesus talked about it more than any other topic except the Kingdom of God. Money is the chief rival god in many of our people’s lives. Materialism mimics a competing theological construct with its gospel (good news) that “Things bring happiness” and its god of money – the “almighty dollar” with its promise of security.
At stake is whom do we serve? (Matt 6:21); where is our heart? (Matt. 6:24); and to where will our love of money lead? (1Tim.6:10).

We must grow in our understanding of how deeply interrelated our relationship to our money is to our relationship to God.

2. Have pure motives. The purpose of a stewardship ministry is not to get people to give more money to the church! People need to know what we want for them before they hear what we want from them. What we want for them is joy, peace and freedom  in an area of their life where those attributes are seldom found.
When a stewardship ministry succeeds in helping people understand a biblical perspective on their material resources and equips them to integrate those principles into their lives, giving will increase – sometimes dramatically. But that is a secondary outcome of the ministry as opposed to its purpose.

3. Stress that the ministry is for everyone. Perception can often be that this is a ministry just for folks in deep financial difficulty (and who wants to admit that?). Wealthy or poor, folks often have very little knowledge of a biblical perspective on earning, giving, saving, debt and lifestyle. And one can have a very large income stream and be a very poor manager of their financial resources. Stewardship ministry is for everyone!

4. Understand the ministry is more than just a workshop a couple times a year. A strong and mature stewardship ministry will teach Financial Literacy that offer a broad range of offerings such as preparing for later life, raising children to be good stewards, dealing with consumer debt, spending wisely, being prepared for one’s death and a host of other possible topics.
The strong ministry also has a trained cadre of budget counselors who can meet personally with folks who are attempting to change their financial behavior but need support and encouragement in doing so.

5. Find the person with a passion to lead the ministry. My experience tells me there are those in every congregation who have a passion and the gifts for this kind of ministry. Good theology says so, too! But because of the average church’s silence on the topic, those folks just never dreamed there was a place for their passion and gifts to be exercised. Sound the call and they will respond!

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