FINANCES GOD'S WAY
Compass Europe is a community of financial disciples all over Europe
Compass - Finances God's Way
is a worldwide non-profit interdenominational ministry that teaches people of all ages how to handle money based on the principles of the Bible.
To see everyone, everywhere faithfully living by God’s financial principles in every area of their lives.
Equipping people worldwide to faithfully apply God’s financial principles so they may know Christ more intimately, be free to serve Him and help fund the Great Commission.
To recruit, train and mentor local financial disciplers.
Why Teach Biblical Finance?
Money is a huge day-to-day issue in the lives of most people. Many spend a majority of their waking hours making money, spending money, worrying about money, fighting over money, and trying to protect their money. Alarming statistics tell the story of rapidly increasing consumer debt, saving rates that have fall off of a cliff, and conflict about money being a leading cause of divorce.
Money, like food is one of those things that we all think about every day - and often the thoughts cause anxiety resulting in stress. Most question, 'Do I have enough?', 'How much is enough?', 'Will I ever have enough?', and 'How can I get out of debt?' Anxiety and uncertainty can lead to absence in church, lack of energy to get involved with church affairs and decreased giving.
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Did you know?
In many European countries 1 in 6 church families have problematic debt.
The top stress factor among many Europeans is the amount of money they have to live on.
Research suggest that more than a third of us are anxious about how to pay the bills.
Money problems are a major source of divorce
Why Not Teach in Your Own Church?
If you are passionate about teaching what the Bible has to say about finance then why not teach in your own Church?
Gather a small group of up to 12 people and discuss together the principles from our course
"Navigating Finances God's Way.' Here is a short report from a 2019 small group in Italy.