Devotional guides can help explore the spiritual significance of our relationships with God and money. "Generosity: Moving toward life that is truly life" is a four- week guide by Gordon MacDonald. "There's No ATM in the Wilderness" by various United Church of Canada writers is set up as a series of daily reflections for Lent, but can be used year-round.With new technology, we can take in events we are not able to attend, such as Walter Brueggemann's 2012 lectures at Eastern Mennonite University's School for Leadership Training on podcast. (Visit emu.edu and search for "Sabbath as a means of transition from anxious scarcity to grateful abundance.") Brueggemann's call is for Christians to best practise faith by living gratefully, rather than anxiously.Especially set up for families who want to counteract the crush of advertising culture, Money Sanity Solutions: Linking Money &Meaningby Nathan Dungan offers many conversation starters. Couples who are either starting out or wanting to have a conversation about faith and money in their relationship can use the "First Things First" workbook from the Mennonite Foundation of Canada (MFC).