COMPASS: Navigating Faith and Finances

Upcoming Live Chat with Denise Wayman: Savvy on Saving

Denise Wayman, regional operations manager for Everence, presents on saving money.

Engaging young adults in conversations about faith and finance by providing resources that are relational, informational, and practical.

COMPASS is composed of four elements:

This web page with relevant resources that are relational, informational, and practical. Below you will find a growing list of resources to help you map a path to faithful finances. A Facebook Community that offers a space to ask questions and start conversations. Have a particular concern related to faith and finances? Have tips about what worked for you? Join the community and join the conversation! A Blog that delves more deeply into the questions of faith and finances while also offering tips on how to use the resources below. With posts written by young adults and leaders in the field of stewardship, this is a place to gain new and deeper insights into the often chaotic world of faith and finances. Live Chats enhance other COMPASS resources by providing real-time opportunities for interaction between young adults and stewardship and generosity thought leaders on a variety of topics. View recorded Live Chats any time on our YouTube Channel.
Check out these topics to connect your faith and your finances.
Stay Financially Fit

Great tips and ideas to repay debt, have emergency savings, and be financially fit.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Sandy Crozier

Personal Finance Workshop published by the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Good Sense Financial Ministry Financial Management Course

First Things First: learn to recognize your financial habits and how your faith informs your giving and stewardship. Published by Abundance Canada.



Conquer Your Debt

Learn how to deal with the #1 financial problem of many families.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Darryl Dahlheimer


Find Your Enough

Consider how God’s blessing and provision are sufficient for you and the world.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Shane Claiborne

More or Less: Choosing a Lifestyle of Excessive Generosity book

Money Enough: Everyday Practices for Living Faithfully in the Global Economy book

Celebrate Happier Holidays by Getting Off the Consumer Escalator

Take the stress out of the holidays with financially-sound suggestions.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Darryl Dahlheimer


Your Money GPS: Do You Know Where You Are?

Set a good financial direction through an understanding of budgeting.

Compass Chat with Matt Bell

Practical Money Skills for Life website

Making Change video series published by 9 Canadian faith and financial organizations

Money, Marriage, and Millennials

Learn ways to have meaningful conversations about money with the significant others in your life.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Rafael Robert


Conquer Student Loan Debt

Learn about new repayment options and more.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Darryl Dahlheimer

Everence College Web Page with many resources for tackling student debt

Your Relationship With Your Money

Learn how your relationship with money influences your understanding of Christian stewardship as discipleship.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Mike Little

Money Talks video page where young adults talk about money. Hosted by Everence.

The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life: 12 workshops ranging from talking about money to faithful investing. Published by the Unitarian Universalist Association.

Financial Planning

It’s never too early to start financial planning! Demystify financial planning with these resources.

Compass Blog Posts

Compass Chat with Jacqueline Painter


The ultimate result of connecting faith and finances.

Generous Stewardship video created by the Free Methodist Church in Canada

Video series based on John Wesley’s encouragement to Gain all you can, Save all you can, and Give all you can



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