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A Different View of Stewardship: Tithing Our Time

Stewardship is more than tithing and trusting God to provide for me financially...

Applying for a Mortgage? Check Your Credit Score

Your credit score plays an important role in determining whether you will qualify for a mortgage.

Perfectly Paralyzed by Procrastination

A procrastinator, says Rick Warren, is nothing more than a frustrated perfectionist.

Should Mom Go Back to Work?

Dear Deborah: Do you have any guidelines to help a mother decide if it is beneficial financially to go back to work once her child/children go to preschool or kindergarten?

Something's Missing from Your Giving

How much are we supposed to give this week? We won’t know unless we take the time to ask God!

How to Mess Up Your Financial Life

I just discovered a new way to foul up your finances: Feel good about your debt.

The Poor Remind the Affluent How To Live

According to the book of James, the poor are rich in faith and have something to say to their affluent brothers and sisters.

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  • July 01, 2011 |
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Cutting the Cost of Digital Services

12 months ago, I did a post regarding my family's progress in cutting the costs of digital services. I thought I'd let you know how things have gone.

Avoiding a Common, Costly Budget Mistake

Failing to plan for the maintenance costs of homes and vehicles is one of the most common mistakes I’ve seen.

Materialism: Thumos-Numbing

Materialism is like drinking salt water: No matter how much you gulp, you're still thirsty.

You Signed a Contract -- Now What?

I get plenty of mail from readers wanting to know how to break their cell phone, satellite TV, and gym membership contracts...

The Art of Simple Living

Too much stuff can leave too little room for God.

Finance Q&A: Strategies for Saving for College

The sooner you plan ahead for your children’s college education, the more advantages you will have.

Three Luxuries Money Can't Buy

I'll take being debt-free any day over a shiny new car. I'll opt for time with the people I love over finding a way to cough up hundreds of dollars for a leather handbag.

Financial Paperwork: What to Keep, What to Toss

Anyone enjoy filing papers? Here are my recommendations for what to put where and how long to keep it.

How to Develop a Lifestyle of Helping Others

Going through a hard time? Then help others who are struggling.

Six Investing Lessons I Learned at the Beach

Going to the beach is not only fun, it's also where I learned a lot of commonsense investing basics.

Jesus ... Single Like Me: Leadership by Stewardship

One successful component of leadership is stewardship. Not only of the things we possess like our clothes and cars, but also in the people and the ministries God has given us to lead.

Tapping Into the Odd and Powerful Force of Momentum

What’s normal in our world is to be overweight and in debt. If we’re going to be different, we’re going to need to be a little odd.

Save by Paying Yourself First

Despite your best intentions, it's easy to rationalize putting off starting to save.

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