2/5/20– More Blessed

Pastor Daron CrossLife Blog

Sacrificial giving is spontaneous, and doesn’t always add up according to some formula. But it is always fun and fulfilling. It is the special collection after church for a project that is helping a widow. Baskets have been placed by the door for contributions. You approach them, open your wallet, and you have a 10, a 5, a few ones, …

2/4/20– Ability

Pastor Daron CrossLife Blog

Here’s a money quiz. 4 quick questions about the average American household. How much credit card debt does the average American household owe? $7,000. How much car loan debt? $28,000. How much student loan debt? $48,000. We have become so accustomed to spending more than we earn. Debt is just a way of life. I’m not arguing against debt or …

2/3/20– God’s Net

Pastor Daron CrossLife Blog

If you bash me with a critical Facebook post, slamming my well-meaning efforts as ridiculous and telling others that I’m not worth a lick as a pastor, two things are going to happen. First, I’m going to hurt. Second, I’m going to want to hurt you. That’s human instinct telling us that revenge makes things better. To be honest, revenge …

Giving Beyond Our Means

Pastor Daron CrossLife Blog

Americans just accept that we’re going to be in debt, as consumers and as a country. If we are so comfortable living beyond our means, then what about giving beyond our means?