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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

What Jesus Really Said about Poverty

Out of one side of our mouth we speak allegiance to Jesus, but out of the other side we’re speaking allegiance to wealth.

7 Rules for Thrifty Back-to-School Shopping

Here are a few of my personal tips for saving money – and saving your sanity – when it comes to back-to-school shopping.

  • Theresa Ceniccola |
  • August 15, 2014 |
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5 Common Warning Signs You’re Living Beyond Your Means

"A budget tells us what we can't afford, but it doesn't keep us from buying it." - William Feather

6 Signs You're Behind the Financial Times

If any of these statements ring true for you, it may be time to seek easier and more profitable ways to manage your money.

  • Maryalene LaPonsie |
  • August 01, 2014 |
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5 Hidden Costs of Buying More Stuff

We have become a nation of “more is better.” But I often don’t consider the true and total cost of “more.”

God Wants You to Feel Awkward

Some things, like alleviating poverty, require hard prayer.

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Bills This Month

If you haven't yet begun to find ways to save more money and improve your finances, now is certainly the time to spring into action.

Giving Your Life Away

Giving is something we all must practice. It is one of the ways Jesus overcomes the spiritual poverty of our hearts—and alleviates the physical poverty of others in the process.

Are You Storing Up Earthly Treasures?

Believers seem to possess the same attitude and approach to money as does society in general. They want more of it because they are convinced it will solve most of their problems.

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • June 27, 2014 |
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Begrudging My Cheerful Giving

My experience with Mary raises an issue with giving in my mind: How often do we, in our approach to the impoverished, decide for ourselves what they surely must want and need, instead of asking them?

Are You Looking for Your Identity in Your Wallet?

We’ve all heard the saying, “Keeping up with the Joneses.” But what do they have that’s so worth keeping up with?

Are You Supporting Child Slavery with Your Chocolate Addiction?

Americans spend approximately 13 billion dollars on chocolate each year. But do we know who's working on cocoa plantations?

Are You Making Any of These Common Investing Mistakes?

No one sets out to take a wrong step, of course, but all investors have made a few mistakes.

10 Rules for Breadwinning Wives

In roughly one-quarter of married U.S. couples, the wife earns more than her husband, up from just 6 percent in 1960.

Build a 30-Day Buffer by Curbing Your Expenses

Life happens, job loss happens, health-related emergencies happen. It’s not a matter of IF, it’s just a matter of WHEN.

Unpacking the Financial Lifestyle of 10-10-80

As we generate income, this rule helps us distribute our income to allow for generosity, savings, and daily expenses!

Help! My Teen is a Money Monster

There are few gifts you can give your kids more valuable than the skills and attitudes they need to be great money managers.

The Underreported Cause of Poverty

Income inequality. It’s a hot topic, with everyone from academics, pundits and politicians discussing it. What's behind it?

6 Ways to be Generous When You Have Too Much Stuff

My “just in case” items are a symptom of a excess. I have more than I need, while others have less than they can survive on.

4 Principles Your Kids Should Know About Money

Family lessons were the inspiration for my new book, "Smart Money Smart Kids," that I co-authored with my dad, Dave Ramsey.

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