Over and over, Jesus called people to “follow [Him].” But it wasn’t just a request for them to walk behind Him and go where He went. He wanted them to think how He thought, love what He loved, and act as He acted. It was a call to be His disciple.
A Financial Disciple is someone who learns and applies what the Bible teaches about money and possessions, and it’s an essential part of following Jesus. In John 8:31, Jesus puts it this way: “If you abide in My word [continually obeying My teachings and living in accordance with them, then] you are truly My disciples.” (AMP)
Financial Discipleship is built on five foundational pillars. Each one challenges us to see the world how Jesus did and to follow Him, rather than the many other influences that compete for our attention.
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