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Holiday Gifts from Your Kitchen

Now is the perfect time to create food gifts from your kitchen—items that you can make now that will hold up perfectly until it’s time to give them as gifts in December...

A Credit Card Self-Test: Are You Really In Control?

There are plenty people who (at least for seasons of their lives) absolutely should not own credit cards...

To Get Out of Debt, Get Rid of the Excuses

Stuck with lots of debt and little savings? It's easy to find excuses that let you off the hook to change your situation, but it's only a temporary reprieve.

What to Do With Your 401(k) or 403(b) Now?

Here are some practical, historically-proven steps to help your retirement weather out this current financial storm. These steps will require faith, courage, and discipline...

  • James O’Donnell |
  • November 10, 2008 |
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Being Light in the Midst of Financial Darkness

Throughout history there have been extraordinary events in which the Christian community has stood in stark contrast to the world, offering hope and pointing to the truth of a providential God. Such a time may be upon us and so the question occurs: will we be ready?

  • S. Michael Craven |
  • November 03, 2008 |
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Financial Mustard Seeds

You don’t hear many references to the New Testament in financial journalism these days. Maybe that’s part of the problem...

The Financial Crisis: Lessons On the Value of Thrift

I don’t claim to be a financial expert or economist; however, economics are not so much the source of this debacle as is a fundamental shift in values, namely, away from the historic Christian virtue of thrift.

  • S. Michael Craven |
  • October 22, 2008 |
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Conquer Your Student Debt

The good news is you can escape from student debt prison. But first you have to learn everything about the confusing world of student loans...

The Money Meltdown: A Need for Wisdom, Not Just Knowledge

There are three lessons that might turn this very difficult, economic experience into a fruitful learning and growing opportunity for God’s kids...

Should You Have a Living Will? A Christian Lawyer's Perspective

Medical advancements carry a price: families must increasingly face murky ethical questions. Attorney Stephen Bloom explains "living wills" (or "advanced directives") in layman's terms while weighing in on some of the dangers he’s observed with these documents…

  • Stephen Bloom, Esq. |
  • October 17, 2008 |
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The Right (Best, Easiest) Way to Pay Off Your Mortgage

I get the same basic question a lot, and it comes in several versions: What’s the best way to pay off my mortgage quickly?

Are We Promised Prosperity?

I must wonder how many other Christians -- far removed theologically from Charismatic prosperity theology -- might have bought into a very different prosperity theology. Do we now think that prosperity is our right?

Preventative Care Begins with You

I know when I see a bill from my doctor, I'm sure glad I have health insurance. But insurance isn't enough. I firmly believe that if health care costs are ever going to stabilize, it's up to me to do my part to stay healthy...

How Should We Manage Our Debts?

In the business world in general and on Wall Street in particular, debt is part of managing money. What is the Christian’s attitude toward debt? And should we be generous in helping people mired in debt?

Congress Can't Repeal the Law of Supply and Demand

Headlines scream with news, but what’s really going on with the credit meltdown? What, if anything, should the government be doing about it? And what about the rest of us? What should we be doing?

  • Stephen Bloom, Esq. |
  • October 02, 2008 |
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Thoughts on the Biggest Bailout Yet

What, exactly, should Uncle Sam do? As an economist, I am asked that question frequently these days. I’m not sure that King Solomon, with all his legendary wisdom, could solve this problem.

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • October 01, 2008 |
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10 Things You Can Do Now to Get Ready for Christmas

If have ever been plagued by consumer debt, I can nearly guarantee that revolving expenses related to Christmas have contributed greatly to that miserable situation...

Keeping Our Perspective in a Tough Economy

I believe there are some practical things you and I can do to insulate us from some of the financial pain of this current financial crisis. When a storm is brewing, it's time to get back to the basics...

Consumption and Crisis

If you are like me, you are shocked by the cost of the proposed bailout of the financial sector—at least $700 billion. You probably wonder why we should pay so dearly for other people’s mistakes...

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