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Christian Financial Advice and Biblical Stewardship

Is it Wrong to be Rich?

He desires to bless us with every good thing, but we must remember that at the end of the day it is ALL His! He is the one who gives and takes away, and that our true riches are found only in Christ Jesus!

Questions Every College Student Should Ask Themselves Before Leaving the “Nest” - Part 2

If you're preparing to leave the nest, ask yourself: can I say "no" to my wants? How can I establish good credit? Should I start thinking about investing?

Questions Every College Student Should Ask Themselves Before Leaving the “Nest” - Part 1

Before you leave the nest, ascertain: do I have enough in savings? Do I know how much this will cost? Am I ready to discipline my habits?

Should I Plan for Retirement? Part 2

Unless health is an issue, there is no reason for anyone to stop working. Research actually shows that those who continue working past their retirement age live longer!

Should I Plan for Retirement? Part 1

Start preparing for retirement by becoming debt-free (including your mortgage)!

Should I Buy Life Insurance?

If you have a spouse and children who depend on your income, you should purchase enough insurance to protect against the potential loss of income.

The “Boomerang” Generation

If your adult child has to move back home: make a written agreement dictating terms, ask them to contribute financially, set deadlines, prioritize relationships, and be their best cheerleader!

Saver, Spender or Hoarder: Which One Are You?

Are you living from paycheck to paycheck? Is budgeting hard? Do you occasionally miss a bill? If so, you're a spender - you need to become a saver.

Should I Leave a Tip?

When eating out: plan tipping into your budget, look for coupons so you can tip generously, and tip at least 15-20% of your bill.

What Makes Us Rich?

Take some time this week to journal about the true riches you’ve been given like health, family, friends, a stable job, and transportation.

Wealth vs. Income – What’s your financial net worth?

Wealth is not the same as income. If you make a good income each year and spend it all, you are not getting wealthier.

Saving Money with Pinterest – Who Knew! Part 2

DIY & Crafts and Home Décor sections of Pinterest offer countless ideas on how to improve your home on a thrifty budget.

Saving Money with Pinterest – Who Knew! Part 1

Use Pinterest to find grocery coupons and recipes!

Financial Lessons for your Teenager

Teach your teen to save 10%, give 10% & live on 80%, delayed gratification, how to track a budget, investing basics, and how to learn from your mistakes!

Planning for the Unexpected

Always be prepared for a job loss, complete income loss, health issues, & transportation snags.

Seeking Wise Financial Counsel

Seeking Wise Financial Counsel: search the Bible, seek qualified counsel, pray for God's peace, and test your own motives.

Teaching Children God’s Financial Principles

How to teach children God’s financial principles: impart generosity, let them earn their money, teach them to save, let them make their own choices.

Working unto the Lord – Diversifying your Income

Working unto the Lord – Diversifying your Income

Vacation Debt-Free!

Vacation Debt-Free!

Keep Your Savings, Savings

Keep your savings, savings

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