Finances/Wealth Principles 

By Jane Johnson – Founder of the Ecclesia Framework

Here are some principles that I see in heaven:

  1. We don’t give out of debt.
  2. We give from a mandate generously without compulsion may even be more than or less than 10%. What we desire and feel led to. Any giving religiously does not please God.

  3. We are called to support the poor and not church leaders salaries, buildings and hand over delegation of our giving to others.

  4. We don’t charge for praying , court sessions, bloodline cleansing. Donations can be received but if we mention that it is sort of like charging. The person has to want to reciprocate.

  5. If we receive it is good to give back . We reap what we sow.

  6. Full time Christian workers can cause a professional clergy/laity situation and become experts which body rely on so not encouraging priesthood of all believers. Not seeking to be a burden or negatively trading spiritual products is biblical. See books as a bit different.

  7. We don’t receive benefits and not work even voluntarily.

  8. We don’t buy on credit that which we can’t afford to repay.

  9. Gatherings can ask for reimbursement for rooms but not for accumulating assets. If individuals want to give to an asset that is good but collecting for an asset starts the traditional church model again.

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Professional Pictures 043CEO. Jane Johnson B.Com Grad Dip LD, Dip Coaching.

Founder of the ECCLESIA framework in 2013, and the Heavenly Realms Support Group. Jane has worked in many different leadership capacities from being a professionally qualified Christian Leadership Coach for 13 years to many Christian leaders, to leading a ministry with the Navigators, to being a Senior Learning and Development Manager of a multimillion corporation, advising the management team on strategic approaches to get the best out of their people. She has developed considerable experience with Investors in People taking several companies through to successful accreditation and training as a consultant for them. Hence she understands the amazing impact a tool based on this principle can have.

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