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Christian Budgeting, Finances, Savings

Which Comes First - Wealth or Generosity?

If you want to be wealthier, check your heart first

God Doesn’t Need My Money

“God doesn’t need my money, but I need to give it.” This is possibly the wisest piece of financial counsel I’ve ever heard.

Is Your Commitment to the Church Shown by Your Giving?

Only about 5 percent of adult church members tithe, according to a study by The Barna Group.

  • Judy Woodward Bates |
  • July 19, 2013 |
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2 Keys to Growing a Financial Backbone

There is a direct cause and effect relationship between our day-to-day living and the state of our pocketbook.

How To Plan for Your Financial Future

Be wise. Be content, practice biblical stewardship, and above all, place your hope in God as your provider!

Quiz: Are you Ready to Support Yourself Financially?

Answer each of the following questions and check your score at the bottom of the quiz to see how you stack up.

Ready to Leave the Nest? Ask Yourself These 4 Questions First

If you are still living with your parents, but plan to leave the nest soon, you should be thinking about your financial future.

Investing Your Values

In the aftermath of Starbucks’ shareholder meeting, biblically responsible investing gets another look.

Taking Your Household Budget Online — Part Two

With mint.com, you may wonder: what's the best way to account for my paycheck? and how do I handle cash transactions?

Taking Your Household Budget Online

The word “budget” used to bring looks of dread to most people’s faces. What seemed to turn the tide was when budgets went online.

Is Poverty a Fact or a Choice?

It's easy to think poverty is just a fact of life - or even God's will. Do we have any choice in the matter?

Preserve Your Marriage by Making 5 Smart Money Decisions

Here are few practical steps every couple (married or engaged) can take to protect and strengthen their relationship, while implementing sound financial habits.

Money Problems? Don’t Use a Band Aid When You Need Surgery

It’s not all that difficult to cut back your spending on some items, but where does that really get you? Does it go far enough?

What Had I Done with All My Money?

Nothing will put you to the test like losing half of your income; you'll be embarrassed to find how wasteful you've been.

10 Reasons To Be Thankful For Feeling Broke

But the more I obsess over it, the more I realized that living with less is actually a blessing. Here’s why.

  • Allison Vesterfelt |
  • April 12, 2013 |
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10 Things to Do With a Tax Refund

A tax refund isn't a gift from the universe: it’s part of your paycheck that you should have been getting all along.

What Would Good Friday Look Like Without Generosity?

What would Good Friday look like if Jesus had decided to take care of Himself – for just this one day? Does generosity matter?

5 Things Teens Should Do With Their Money

Everyone’s approach to what they do with money needs balance, and nothing helps that balanced approach more than responsibility.

  • Carol from EverythingHomeWithCarol.com |
  • March 08, 2013 |
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Control Your Money and Your Destiny

The biggest difference between the rich and those that tend to struggle with money comes down to one thing: Impulse control.

3 Smart Ways to Use Your Refund

"My husband and I will get our tax refund soon. We decided that this year we AREN'T going to spend it all on a vacation."

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • February 22, 2013 |
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