Session info:

Good finances don’t happen by accident. Left on autopilot, we might end up broke, frustrated, bitter, and feeling empty. Too many Christians are feeling the weight of managing their money and feeling a lack of direction. Our Heavenly Father has provided us with timeless principles from His word, so we might be equipped for the fight. Peace is attainable. An impactful and meaningful life is desirable. Good stewardship is about more than just money, and it is worth the fight.

Speaker Information:

Todd Sadowski is the founder of StrongTower Wealth Management, a financial planning and investment management company in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He is a member of Crossgate Church where he serves as a trustee and volunteers in various youth and children’s ministries. Todd is married to his High School sweetheart, Holly, with whom he has two daughters, Brooke and Ella. In 2006, Todd authored a book, “The Christian and HIS Finances”. He has studied and taught on Biblical finances for over 19 years.

6 Comments. Leave new

  • Kastytis and Lina (Lithuania)
    May 5, 2020 1:02 pm

    Thank you very much! Your teaching encouraged us to keep on those principles what you have shared. Now we will FEAR LESS!!! :))))

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  • Gediminas ir Eglė (Lithuania)
    May 6, 2020 11:38 am

    Thank you very much for reminding how it is important to take care of God’s gifts for us.

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  • Carl & Melanie Bromley
    May 15, 2020 8:53 pm

    Thanks Todd. Much appreciated. Good to get a shot in the arm reminder to look at finances and make adjustments. I have plenty of room for improvement. My Wife and I are both more emotional, spontaneous spenders, sometimes I think ‘overly generous’ to a loss. I have many regrets in this area, and we are still learning and doing better. We have no debt; but our savings are pretty sad lol 🙂 Onwards and up wards!

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