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Money: The State of Affairs in Today’s World

Much of Christian borrowing happens because of three (bad) things...

Don’t Let Counterfeit Convictions Ruin Christmas

As we celebrate the ultimate gift of the freedom we have in Christ, it's healthy to explore why we feel like we're in bondage in other areas.

18 Affordable Ways Families Can Prepare for Christmas

Check out these low-cost and free ways to commemorate the reason for the season.

Beware the Mutual Funds' End-of-the-Year Tax Trap

November and December are the most dangerous months of the year for tax-conscious investors.

How to Get Past Financial Worry

Today we’re living in especially worrisome times. Let’s take a look at what the Bible says about worry.

Three Ways to Get It Right with Money

Paul tells rich Christians to do three things. By the way, if you have a bathtub in your home, comparatively speaking, you’re a rich Christian.

Will Buying Quality Over Quantity Save You Money?

If you can afford it, buying quality, I believe, could save you money...

A Call for Truly Radical Wealth Redistribution

Of all the issues swirling around the Occupy Wall Street protests, the one that seems to have struck the most sensitive nerve is financial inequality.

The Money Lies We Believe

We have fallen for the lie from the pit that says: stuff, sex, money = happiness.

Let’s Occupy Our Own Streets

Before we can credibly demand governmental or corporate change, many of us need to make some changes.

5 Lessons Learned from the Recession

This has been an equal-opportunity recession. Its prolonged nature has impacted us in many ways. We’ll take a look back at lessons learned.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 07, 2011 |
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Two Steps For Better Money Management in Marriage

With all the stuff two people bring into a marriage, it’s no wonder that money is a very frequent topic of dispute.

7 Investing Principles to Help You to do the Right Thing

When the stock market experiences sharp downturns, as it did in early August, we often hear from readers asking "What should I do now?"

Plan Your Holiday Budget Now

Dear Deborah: Do you have any suggestions on how I can affordably give gifts to everyone on my Christmas list?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • November 01, 2011 |
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Limiting Charitable Tax Deductions Makes No Sense

Governments should expand incentives for Americans to give ever more generously to charitable groups.

The Value of Teaching Children about Money

Even more important than understanding the basics of making and spending money, children need to learn what the Bible says about money and how it affects our spiritual lives...

Navigating the Mixed Messages Of Our Consumer Culture

If you’re really paying attention, life can be a very odd experience. Especially when it comes to money.

Overwhelmed with Tracking Your Budget?

I once worked for a man who had a major problem controlling his spending. Here's what finally helped him...

22 Ways to Slash the Grocery Bill

With our busy lives and harried schedules, it's easy to forget the basics of wise grocery shopping. Here is a quick collection of the best tips I know for slashing your grocery bill.

Money Doesn’t Have to be a Marriage-Breaker

Many couples can trace the day their relationship changed for the better to the very day they decided to get on the same side of the money fence.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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