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Episode 24: Wealth, Money, Space
Aug 05, 2022
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In this episode of The King's Hall, the guys talk through a question that can make you feel like you're treading a narrow path between two deep chasms: How should Christians think about wealth, money, and space? If the love of money is the root of all evil, should we avoid it altogether? How do we chart a path between the errors of poverty theology and prosperity theology?

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  • Good discussion on the concept of wealth, and maintaining generational wealth. My great grandfather gave the land for their church, and house for their parsonage. I’ve always considered that to be a part of my family’s spiritual heritage, and desire to be able to contribute in a similar way. But, we have to possess the wealth, first, to give it away or bless others…so, I need to get back to work. Shalom!

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