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Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Financial Bad News - #8021
It’s a good time for all of us to do a little security check, like a bare knuckles honest answer to the question, “What am I ultimately counting on for my security?” Because a life that matters is anchored to something you can’t lose.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Big Little People - #5442
Churches need to focus on the children and the young people. After all, three-fourths of the people who ever come to Jesus Christ do it by the age of 18. We don't have anything more important to do than to reach them. But too many churches allow the kids to be pushed to the back for the "important" people - the adults. Jesus would probably put the children right back in the middle of everything.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Unplugging the Vending Machine - #5443
So what kind of giving did Jesus honor? Sacrificial giving. He's far more interested in the size of the sacrifice than the size of the gift. nd what kind of giving did Jesus model? Sacrificial giving. Aren't you glad Jesus wasn't a consumer giver?

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Bad News about the Good News - #5519
Interesting thought, huh? The money is there for the work God wants to do. But it's still in our wallets, our bank accounts, our toys.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Fun Giving - #5582
How can giving be fun as God intended it to be? First, give it to Jesus, not to a ministry, not to a church, not to an organization. On that day the disciples were challenged by Jesus to find a way to feed those five thousand people, they got a little boy to give his lunch which Jesus multiplied miraculously. I think the only reason the boy gave up his lunch was because it was for Jesus. He actually handed it to one of Jesus' helpers, but he knew it was going to Jesus. That's how we ought to give any offering.