What defines our lives—our cars, our homes, our vacations? To live the life we were designed for, we must invest in more than just our financial wealth.
Being angry, sad, remorseful...what if we told you these were all gifts of God? That might not sound right, but these are all things God himself felt at one point or another. Jamie Simms relates to us how these emotions are a gift, and how we can use our emotional capital well.
If we're going to steward well, we need to steward *all* aspects of our lives well. That includes not only finances, our bodies, but our spiritual lives as well. Hannah Sheppard gives us some tips on our journey to a kind of wealth that you won't get from any financial advisor: spiritual wealth.
If we want to build a legacy that lasts, you don't have to look much further than the life of Jesus. On this week's episode of "Spent", Jamie Simms lays out how a life of impact is not only what you can get out of relationships, but what you put in.
When you hear the term "physical capital", you might think of middle-school gym class, pushups, and mile-times, but Hannah Sheppard tells us God has other things in mind. Find out how to make the most of your physical capital in today's episode of Spent.
God wants you to invest well (and no, we aren't talking real estate or some kind of Wall Street scam). God gives us all kinds of capital: relational, emotional, physical, spiritual, and yes, even financial. In the first episode of our five-part series, Jamie and Hannah share how God gives each of us talents and resources, and He wants us to invest it well.