Love, Loans...and the Money Crunch

Artwork for Hand Me Another Brick: Timeless Lessons on Leadership

Money is a necessary currency for goods and services in today’s world. Overflow or lack can become dangerous ditches alongside a God-honouring path.

When Israel returned to Jerusalem from exile, the people faced poverty. Some grew so desperate that that they sold their own children into slavery to make ends meet.

When Nehemiah realized the scope of this tragedy in Nehemiah 5:1–13, he grew angry that the Israelites were turning away from God, their divine Helper. Gain financial wisdom from Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he shares godly stewardship advice based upon Nehemiah’s example.