Jesus had important things to say about how we use our money. In this lesson we look at the Parable of the Unjust Steward, a parable Jesus told to the Pharisees who "were lovers of money". With the help of a sermon given by John Wesley in the 1700s and insights from early Christian writers, we unpack this confusing parable, which has profound implications on how we order our lives and our checkbooks!
(Two versions of this lesson were given and available here. One was for a Sunday service for which the audio and notes are provided below. The second was a lesson taught on Jesus' parables for a series called King and Country, hosted by Strength to Strength. This lesson focused on the Parable of the Unjust Steward and is found on the included YouTube video below.)