Christian Financial Concepts
Reviewed by Dynamic Steward staff
Everyone wants to have a firm grip on money; but not everyone has a head for numbers and details. Well aware of this predicament, many different financial software are hitting the market—software that crunches the numbers for you, that automatically suggests the most suitable budget, and one that gives you up-to-date reports of your financial situation.
Money Matters 2000 is one such software. Now, you may wonder why Dynamic Steward has chosen to focus on this particular software, when there are so many others out there. The answer is simple: Money Matters 2000 is the only software program based completely on biblical principles, while offering everything else that other software programs do.
Being biblically based, this software defines net spendable income (NSI) as what is left after tithes and taxes—and not the money you take home on pay day. The very first thing you learn in chapter 1 is that the first part of the wages you receive belongs to God (Will a man rob God? Yet you are robbing Me! But you say, ?How have we robbed You?’ In tithes and offerings—Mal 3:8). Secondly, you learn to give to the government its share (Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s; and to God the things that are God’s—Matt 22:21).
Money Matters 2000 comes with complimentary lesson plans that help you find out if you have a tendency to save or to spend; get an accurate look at your personality type; simplify the tax calculation process; and determine how much life insurance is needed to provide for your family. To top all, this program includes a great Scripture verse database on financial stewardship.