Having been an advisor for twenty years and primarily serving believers, Christians, many of those being missionaries and pastors, I’ve seen a lot of mess. The church on the whole has not done a very good job of equipping believers, and that’s a problem. So my burden is to have a biblical view of money and possessions that would enable ministry service and be able to convey that to others. For professors and pastors, the goal would be to be able to convey that to those you are teaching or equipping or those you are ministering to.
Jeffrey D. Chinery, "Establishing a Biblical View of Money and Possessions as a Foundation for Ministry Service," Journal of Markets & Morality 19, no. 2 (Fall 2016): 371-378