Strength to Strength Sisters welcomed Lynelle Martin to share how we can “cast your bread upon the waters, for you will find it after many days,” and how this can relate to our finances.

Let’s look at some resources that God has entrusted us with and also at why He has done this. How should we use them? What should we spend our time, and money on? What about the Old Testament concept of tithing?

Do we look at money as a necessary evil that we need to have to live, or is it a tool that is to be used in advancing the kingdom of God? What are some ways to use our resources with eternity in focus? What is our place as sisters and what role do we fill with finances? How does our vision and values affect what we spend money on? Join us as we explore this subject together.

An interactive question-and-answer period follows.

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Lynelle lives with her lively and lovely crew in State College, PA. She has been married to Bryant for 15 years and they have 7 children ranging from 13 on down.

They own and operate Sowers Harvest Café next to Penn State University that has given them connections with many people from different walks of life and countries.

They enjoy sharing their home and lives with others and they always have a cup of coffee brewing. Lynelle’s desire is to live in a way that brings the most glory to our King, and that means learning how to share with others the blessing that we’ve received. She is also a part of the admin team for Strength to Strength Sisters.

They are a part of the Followers of Jesus congregation, also in State College, where they are active church-builders.

This presentation is part of our “Intentional” series. Be sure to follow the entire series:

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