Saturday |  July 31, 2021

If you have been around the Free Methodist Church for any length of time, you have likely heard John Wesley’s quote, “Gain all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.” Our discussion panel unpacks this statement in this week’s video. They discuss the importance of knowing WHY you are saving and help us understand that you can’t put your focus on just one part of Wesley’s quote. They also remind us of the need to exercise our “generosity muscle” regularly. CLICK HERE to view the video.

If you have any questions about SAVING or any other step on the Stewardship Well Done Journey, contact your representative. We would love to begin the conversation with you.



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Planning with a Serious Illness
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