Christian Money Mindset! How to manage finances as a Christian and steward your money through God’s grace with Natalie Freeman
It’s tough to manage our money, especially without the guidance of God. We’ve all experienced having difficulty with money. That’s why keeping God’s desire for our finances in our minds is so important. The guidance of God will lead us to where He wants us to be.
In today’s episode, I’m joined by a good friend of mine, Natalie Freeman, who’s been in the financial industry for more than 30 years. She’s here to talk about being an excellent steward of your money. She’ll give us practical tips on the best way to handle your finances with God’s help.
Here is what Natalie covers:
Fear can stop you from moving forward
Pray for your finances
Ask God, “what is the vision” for your money
The secret is not having a lot of money but knowing what to do with your money
Learn the steps to getting your money to grow by investing
“Gratitude, faith, and trust will get your money into a place that you’ve never imagined,” Natalie Freeman.
God is the source but he gives us different resources, find out what to do with your money.
Bringing God into every aspect of our lives is so important especially because His guidance will lead us to the right place. We’re called to be great stewards of anything God has given us and money is no different. Fostering a healthy relationship with money is essential and will lead you on the right path.
Tune in to this insightful episode with Natalie and learn a few tips on how you can properly manage your money through God’s guidance.
Let’s do this, friend!
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