The Noblesville First congregation recently completed a spiritual journey called the Wesley 21-Day Challenge as we considered 21 questions that help bring God into our daily living. Those questions were amazingly relevant despite being developed in 1729 by John Wesley, the founder of Methodism.
Beginning in worship on November 10, we will share some Wesley wisdom to help us manage our money rather than letting our money managing us. Wesley kept things simple. His theology of money was EARN all you can, SAVE all you can and GIVE all you can. Even more, John Wesley authentically lived this advice in ways you will hear about on November 10, 17, and 24.
The week of November 11, you’ll receive more information about the Earn, Save, Give Generosity Campaign and an Estimate of Giving card to assist in your financial planning for 2020. Please prayerfully read and meditate on the information that is shared there and consider John Wesley’s unique approach to stewardship.
8:30am in the Sanctuary (Door #1)
9:30am in Celebration Hall (Door #2,3,6,7)
11am in the Sanctuary (Door #1)
This Week: Part Two | Earn, Save, Give: Wesley’s Simple Rules for Money
We'll be sharing three stories of transformation made possible by the generous giving of the congregation.