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Christian Financial Advice and Biblical Stewardship

Finance Q&A: Where Should I Invest My Savings?

Dear Deborah: With interest rates on savings accounts and CD's so low, where do you recommend a relatively conservative person should invest?

  • Deborah Nayrocker |
  • September 02, 2010 |
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Allowances, Chores and Teaching Biblical Stewardship

Should you give your child an allowance? Should it be connected to chores? Financial and parenting expert Shane Barkley addresses the differing approaches to teaching kids money management skills.

Get Back at Your Creditors

Late fees, punitive interest rates, over-limit fees, loading up your credit report with negative information -- it's enough to make you scream! If you've had enough, maybe it's time for you to turn the tables and get back at them.

Building Walls of Protection: Is Your Homeowner's Insurance Adequate?

I heard a disturbing sound coming from our basement bathroom -- the sound of water gurgling. That prompted me to check our laundry room, where to my horror I saw water flowing quickly out of the floor drain...

Recover from Financial Setbacks Well

If you're broke, don't despair. You may not have enough money in the bank, but you'll always have enough help from God to grow beyond the challenges you face.

Confronting Entitlement

We all go through hard times and need help in those moments. But there is a difference between going through a short term crisis in which we need help and just expecting others to pay our way through life so we can hang out with our friends.

Never Rush a Purchase

Have you ever made a quick decision that you later regretted? Almost all of us have done this to one degree or another.

Survey: Living on Less, Christians Still Giving, Avoiding Debt

Even though three out of four families say their income has stayed the same or gone down, 98 percent said they still support their church regularly, according to the latest View from the Pew survey.

22 Ways to Slash the Grocery Bill

With our busy lives and harried schedules, it's easy to forget the basics of wise grocery shopping. Here is a quick collection of the best tips I know for slashing your grocery bill.

Finance Q&A: Are Private Colleges Worth the Cost?

Our daughter's two college choices are private schools. We're thinking about telling her that she'll need to attend a public university, since it will be more affordable for us. Is this a good idea?

Live with Less to Enjoy More

Our culture constantly says that you need more in your life: a bigger house, a newer car, better clothes, more activities. But pursuing what truly matters requires living with less - not more - so you'll be free to grow closer to God and other people.

Getting Your "Financial Bus" on Track

If you are the driver of a financial bus that is spiraling out of control, here's some advice that can help you get back on track when the wheels come off.

Uncovering the True Value of Free

I received an interesting letter from reader Liz P., who works for a non-profit organization called Spreckels Organ Society in San Diego, Calif. She shared with me her pet peeve: people do not appreciate things that are free.

Dress for Financial Success

Trends come and go. Fortunately, saving money is never out-of-style. Here are ideas that will help you dress for success while staying within a responsible budget.

Why Bankruptcy Is Not the Answer

"If you cannot get out of your financial mess in two years, you should consider filing for personal bankruptcy." I can't tell you how much I disagree with that advice, but I can give you the top three reasons.

Five Steps to Living Debt-free

From time to time, we all need "refreshers" to pull us back onto the path that God has set before us. Here's a refresher we all need to practice: five simple steps to debt-free living.

Six Keys to Controlling Your Spending

For several years during the late 1980s, my wife Susie and I applied a rather rigorous approach to control our spending, and it worked pretty well...

How to Live Below Your Means

Your household is like a business. It is a healthy company that ends the year not just breaking even, but with money in the bank.

Avoiding the Bernie Madoffs of the Financial Industry

Since most of us don't have the time or inclination to learn the minutia of investing, it's important to have someone you can trust help you navigate the waters. But how do you avoid running into Bernie Madoff's first cousin?

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