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Photo: Richard Hanson/Tearfund

Talking about money often proves very sensitive. The way we manage what money we have is very personal. Though we all depend on money to live, we rarely receive much training or advice in managing it. We learn through experience and sometimes make painful mistakes. Despite the fact that the Bible talks more about money and possessions than almost any other subject, personal financial stewardship is rarely taught in churches. Jesus does not promise us wealth, but does promise us peace if we trust in him.

In this issue, we try to provide some practical help in managing money, both within our families and within small organisations

Please find below articles from Footsteps issue 57 in html.

To download a pdf version of Footsteps issue 57 click here (652K).

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