Generosity matters. Of course what you do with your money matters, but more than the dollar amounts, more than the donor levels, our interior orientation matters.
This week, I want to look at two more facets of God’s economics. These two are pretty intimately linked. This morning I want to talk about economic perspective and the practice of generosity.
It’s a compelling turn of phrase: “the life that really is life.” What does it mean? What is this life that the early church writer would have us seek after?