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When Having More Time Means Earning Less Money

What does freedom mean to you? Making the most money you can, or spending time with your loved ones?

‘Homeless Jesus’ Provokes Debate on What it Means to be Christian

In a small college town 20 miles north of Charlotte, N.C., “Homeless Jesus” is provoking more conversation than a month of Sunday sermons.

Why Paying with Cash Hurts (and Why it Should)

Fact: You can have nearly anything you want. But you might have to make those lower monthly payments...for life.

When CD Rates Seem Too Good To Be True

How can these companies offer such high rates? What's the catch?

Do Your Money Habits Reflect Jesus or the Pharisees?

It’s no secret. The Pharisees don’t have the best reputation. Nobody in the Christian world aspires to be a Pharisee.

3 Strategies for Retirees to Maximize Cashflow

At this stage in your life, you may not be able to have a lot of say about your income. But you can take charge of your expenses.

Piggy Bank Principles: Spending and Saving for Young People

“I have a lot of money!” My 5-year-old brother exclaimed, as he excitedly dumped out his piggy bank earlier today.

American Poor, the Gospel, and Social Justice

Providing food, clothes, job opportunities and money are not enough when it comes to social justice. These things may be a beginning but they are far from the end.

Has Debt Become our Therapy?

According to a recent report, half of Americans spend more than they earn, but don’t realize it!

How to Plan for Later-Life Financial Decisions

Perhaps you've considered the standard set of documents you'll need for later-life care. Perhaps not. The time is now.

7 Tips for Talking Money with Friends

We know that money can be a touchy subject amongst friends. How do we know when it's appropriate to talk about money and when it isn't?

How to Talk Yourself Out of Debt

How could you possibly talk yourself out of debt? Could getting out of debt really be that easy? Well no, it’s not actually.

Simple Ways to Curb Impulsive Buying

I can’t help but think about what an impulsive shopper I am. It’s that momentary thrill of the impulse purchase, the destroyer of budgets.

My Frugal Valentine: Cheap Ways to Say “I Love You”

I believe it’s important for couples to find ways to express their love year-round; but don’t feel obliged to buy roses and a card.

Small Victories Win the War Against Debt

When you finally decide to get out of debt, it’s easy to be intimidated by the huge goal you’ve presented for yourself.

8 Tips to Get Spending Under Control

How do you know if you are spending too much money? You run out of money before you run out of month.

Understanding Our Stewardship and God's Ownership

When we hear the word “stewardship,” building projects and church fundraisers come to mind. But is that correct?

Your Credit Report: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You

Checking your credit report may seem about as exciting as flossing your teeth, but it's essential to your financial health.

4 Questions to Ask When Faced with a Job Loss

How can you reduce your expenses? Can you move to another area that is more affordable? Read more inside.

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 03, 2014 |
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What Is Your Money Personality?

Have you ever thought about your financial DNA? What's unique to you, vs. what you inherited from your family?

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