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Financial Tips for Newlyweds

Financial adjustments for newlyweds are seldom easy, because both have been accustomed to making money decisions on their own -- and probably feel they're pretty good at it. So here are some suggestions...

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...

Breaking the Bank: How Safe Are Your Savings?

Given the current struggles in the banking industry, it's worth adding up how much you actually do have in any single bank, and, if necessary, taking steps to protect it...

A Different Perspective On College Kids and Credit Cards

I am not totally opposed to college kids having credit cards. Following is a five step to-do list parents might find helpful in making that decision...

Money and Motives

It is worth noting that money is such an important topic in the Bible that it is the main subject of nearly half of the parables Jesus told.

He Said-She Said: When a Woman Makes More Than a Man

“When a woman makes more money than a man, will it cause a problem?” One reader has asked this question which seems to be a predicament that some singles are facing these days. Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • August 21, 2008 |
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He Said-She Said: Should Singles Be Home Owners?

Should you wait until you are married to buy a house or is it okay to buy a house as a single adult? Find out what “He” and “She” have said in response to a question that many of us are asking.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • July 05, 2008 |
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Encouraging Thrift Makes Economic Cents

Ask 10 people to define capitalism. Chances are, eight or nine will stress the importance of buying things. They’re making a common mistake -- equating capitalism with consumerism...

Life after College: Become a Financially Savvy 20-Something

The challenges today's 20-somethings face may be different than a previous generation’s — but, probably no worse. Here are some things I wish someone had told me in my 20's...

Does God Care How Much We Give?

God didn’t just give a little for us; He gave His best. He gave Himself. John says that it is no different for us: True love requires sacrifice.

10 Tips for Teaching Kids about Money

The bright, sugary cereal box is just at eye level. The bold colors jump out. The free DVD inside puts the situation over the top. And then, the most feared words in parental history are spoken, “Mom, can I have this?”

  • Geoff and Kristin Gembala |
  • June 06, 2008 |
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Why Gift Cards Don't Make the Best Gifts

Gift cards are very popular with retailers — but they aren’t with me. Here's why...

How to Recession-Proof Your Life

Paul's advice, spelled out on the pages of the book of Philippians, can make all the difference in your economic and spiritual outlook...

Author Debunks 'Prosperity Gospel' Myths

John Revell's new book titled Getting the Most from God (but not how you might think!) uses Scripture to debunk the prosperity gospel often preached by popular televangelists...

5 Reasons You Need a Contingency Fund

A Contingency Fund (CF) is an emergency fund that you can get your hands on at a moment’s notice. No matter how much debt you have or how low your income, you need to be building a CF...

Tithing is Biblical

The en vogue issue of tithing being a matter of law in a community of grace misses the mark on several points.

Avoiding Foreclosure – And Bitterness, Too

After years of upward mobility, Tripp and I rode out a business failure by refinancing our house. By the time we realized the wiser response would be to downsize, it was too late...

Passing on the Plate: Why Your Congregation May not be Tithing

It's a growing trend among laity that churches need to be aware of: while Joe Believer understands that giving is a biblical mandate, he questions whether a 10 percent 'tithe' is really a New Testament idea.

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