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Managing Money in Light of Eternity

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We would like to invite you into a conversation about money and how to use it for the glory of God, to honor and obey Him.

If we don’t ask the right questions, we will never get the right answers. This is especially true when it comes to how we manage money. Are we asking the right questions about money?

  • Who owns it?
  • What is the purpose of this money?
  • Why has God given it to me?
  • What does it mean to be responsible with the money God has entrusted to me?
  • How does the use of the money I have been entrusted to, today, impact my eternity?

We believe that answering each of these questions (and many more) based on the Word of God is imperative for all Christians. Luke 12:34 tells us that where our treasure is, there our hearts will be also. If we want our treasure to be in eternity and focused on the glory of God, then we should be thinking about how our use of money today helps us move our hearts toward the promise of eternity.

Our time will consist of teaching, discussion, and application. After we have concluded the learning portion of this event, we will have the opportunity to engage with the residents of the Tenderloin as we walk around the area with hot chocolate seeking to have real conversations with the beautiful people in the neighborhood.

ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS:

Michael Blue serves as the Executive Director and General Counsel for the Ron Blue Institute for Financial Planning. He recently edited and co-authored two books with his father (Ron Blue) on the topic of biblical personal finance, Master Your Money and God Owns It All. Prior to his role with the Ron Blue Institute Michael practiced for ten years as an attorney focusing on business and securities law, real estate transactions, and estate planning. Michael earned his law degree from Baylor University, where he graduated summa cum laude. Prior to his career as an attorney, Michael worked as a financial planner for Ronald Blue & Co. where he earned his CFPTM designation in 2002. Michael also recently completed a Master’s degree in theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Greg Hurley’s dream is for the Bay Area to be the most generous place on earth so that everyone will know Jesus as their Lord and Savior and live as God intended. Greg started providing financial and investment advice in 1992. After serving clients for more than a decade as an investment advisor, Greg and Nicole founded their own firm, Hurley Wealth Management Group, in 2005. Greg is a Certified Kingdom Advisor and a Certified Financial Planner® (CFPTM) professional. Greg holds a BA in Business from the University of Phoenix and obtained an MBA in Financial Planning from California Lutheran University. Greg also serves as Business Professor and Co-Director for the Ron Blue Institute for Financial Planning at William Jessup University. Greg is the lead contributor at greghurley.com, a blog where he encourages Christians to live the life they were created to live. Over six years ago, Greg began to learn what the Bible says about money and it radically transformed both his personal finances and his practice. Greg is married to the love of his life, Nicole, with one son, and enjoys family time, iced Philz Coffee, dreaming, reading and blogging to help Bay Area Christians draw closer to God and live the life they were created to live.

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Speaker, Writer, Encourager

After becoming MVP and hitting a record number of home runs as a t-baller at age 9, I lost my ability to hit home runs and my dreams of a professional baseball career never materialized. Now decades later, I’m thrilled to be hitting home runs in areas I call “Calendar, Cash, & Calling,” and I’m excited to share what God has taught me. Don’t get stranded at third base—this blog is all about making it home in these critical areas of your life.

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