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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.

Your Credit Score — And How to Improve It

To some extent, our credit scores are a reflection of our character. As Christians, we should be honorable people — people of good character...

Extreme Christmas: Reclaim Joy, Peace by Thinking Ahead

There couldn't be a better time to think about the holidays then outside the stress of the holiday season. In the tiny tome Hundred Dollar Holiday, author Bill McKibben offers a simple and inviting strategy for handling the most complicated holiday of the year.

As Wealth Increases, Happiness Doesn't

Why doesn't increased prosperity and rising standards of living translate into more happiness?

Recognizing Critical Financial Decision Points

At the time it didn’t seem like such a big deal. In fact, I thought we handled things quite well given the circumstances...

Why Are Credit Card Interest Rates So High?

For most of human history there were laws that said usury was wrong. Historically, in America, that rate was often seen as anything over 18 percent. That is, until 1979.

How Much Should You Spend Every Month?

Knowing how much you can spend is vital to the health of your relationship as well as your bank account. But deciding how much may not be a simple matter.

Make the Best Use of Inexpensive Household Products

Somewhere you remember hearing that you can do more than make salad dressing with vinegar. But the details escape you just when you could use that information the most...

Your Mid-Year Financial Checkup

How to Handle a Money Crisis

You know what to do in a medical emergency, but do you know what to do when faced with a big fat financial crisis?

Less is More for Those Who Choose Simple Lives

It’s easy to make choices that are choreographed to the beat of our materialistic culture. But some people who have chosen to simplify their lives march to a distinctly different beat, declaring with quiet confidence that “less is more.”

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • July 18, 2007 |
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