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Christian Financial Advice and Biblical Stewardship

Facing Financial Infidelity

While not all financial infidelity reaches the tens of thousands, money secrets between partners can grow into barriers of serious proportion...

Should Christians Have Credit Cards?

There is a legend -- whether urban, suburban or rural -- about credit cards. It's brief and goes like this: A person must have one.

To Advance Financially, Be a Quitter

When I was growing up, one of the worst things that could be said about you was that you were a quitter. But being a quitter has gotten a bad rap. I'm here to speak up for quitters everywhere, letting you know that quitting can be a good thing.

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...

4 Ways to Get More Books for Your Bucks (And Vice Versa)

This year, I've resolved to get rid of something I own before buying something new. As an avid reader, I am pleased to find the Internet is the perfect place not only to unload my old books, but also find those on my “to-read” list for cheap...

Picking Up Pennies: Leave a Legacy of Financial Stewardship

One of the most important gifts we parents can give our kids is a legacy of good stewardship. No matter how dismissive your little bambinos are, don’t give up on the mission.

Is the Price of Being Sick Making You Sick?

ABC News reported that, in 2007, the average family of four with PPO insurance coverage still spent around $5,100 per year in co-pays, premiums, and deductibles. What can you do to minimize your health care expenses?

How Much Does Your Lifestyle Matter to You?

Have you ever stopped to think about how much you really have?

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • February 11, 2008 |
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Avoid Regret by Reading the Fine Print

Credit card terms are getting tougher and tougher. Many card companies now have added language to their contracts that allow them to increase your interest rate drastically even if you pay another bill (to a different company) late...

Nine Things You Can Do To Beat Tough Times

The California wildfires serve as a grim reminder of how quickly one’s personal economy can change. If the rain of an economic downturn were to fall on you tomorrow, would you know how to find shelter from the storm?

A More Christ-Like Paradigm for Borrowing?

Christians should ask two very important questions before borrowing money...

God's Faithfulness Deserves Our Faithfulness in Return

We aren't always faithful, are we? To our regret, we have divided affections. We love the Lord, but we also — to varying degrees — love the world.

Managing Your Money for the Glory of God

Do you have a big vision for your stewardship duties? Or do you think of it as merely paying the bills, putting some money into an investment account, and giving to the church?

Conquer Your Student Debt

If you left college with a diploma and a pile of student loan debt, take heart. The good news is you can escape from student debt prison.

Buyers Beware: Check Your Charges

Lots of people who struggle to have enough money don’t realize how big the hole is in the bottom of their buckets. Here are a few points that will save you a lot of money over a lifetime

Homemade Gift Ideas Under $10

Want to be a better steward of your time, talent, and treasure? Here are numerous gift ideas that not only cost very little, but have that personal touch that makes gifts extra special to those on the receiving end.

Being Smart With Your Food Dollars

Food prices have increased so dramatically in recent years, a trip to the supermarket is enough to ruin your appetite. I’ve got some great ideas for driving food costs down.

Are You Financially Bound?

God's Word doesn't say we can't borrow, but it does warn us against excessive debt. If you're in debt, what changes can you make to resolve your debt and avoid debt in the future?

No More Back-Of-The-Closet Mistakes

What if we could have all the money we've ever spent on clothes we didn't wear? I’m sure I could buy a new car. Here are some tips on cutting the cost of our wardrobes so we can free up our funds for more important purposes...

Renting vs. Buying: What Are the Real Cost Differences?

Determining the cost of renting to the cost of buying is a lot more complicated than simply comparing a monthly mortgage payment to the monthly rent payment.

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