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More Blessed to Give

Generosity isn't a 10% formula or a calculated act. It hides itself in daily, seemingly unimportant acts like buying someone a meal or offering them a cup of water.

Plodding and Gathering

“Dishonest money dwindles away, but whoever gathers money little by little makes it grow.” Proverbs 13:11

Contentment in the Workplace

Are you feeling the press of dissatisfaction? Spend time in prayer and seek God’s wisdom on whether its God prompting you to make the change.

The Cure for Worry is Prayer

Regardless of what your issue is (debt, job loss, etc) start praying! Offer your burdens to the Lord and ask Him for wisdom.

At the Dinner Table

“All great change in America begins at the dinner table” – Ronald Reagan. Set aside one night a week and talk about finances at the dinner table!

Co-signing Is Not Biblical

God’s word makes a very clear stand on the issue of co-signing. Don’t do it! Co-signing is dangerous for two reasons: financial and relational. You become liable and responsible if your loved one stops paying.

Get Rich Quick?

“Dishonest money dwindles away, but he who gathers money little by little makes it grow” (Proverbs 13:11).

Creative Ways to Teach Your Teens to Generate Revenue

Sit down with your teen, think through a list of jobs they could do for neighbors and family members, help them determine what tools they would need to perform the job, and how much those would cost.

Creative Ways to Teach Children 8-12 to Generate Revenue

Do you live in a neighborhood that does neighborhood-wide yard sales? How about doing a refreshment stand during the yard sale? This could be a great lesson on investing and generating returns to teach your kids.

Teaching Little Children to Generate Revenue

Ages 4-7 is a great age to start teaching our children the value of good work. They may not be ready to do much outside of the home, but there are plenty of opportunities inside the home to start teaching them the value of work.

Should I Help My Adult Child Financially?

How can you help your grown children get through this difficult period without creating a financial drain on your household and without enabling them? Start by having a written agreement, ask them to contribute financially, and help them learn from your financial mistakes.

Financial Knowing or Financial Doing – Where Are You Today?

Pick one area (spending, borrowing, saving, budgeting) and start changing your financial habits around it.

Are You Experiencing Financial Insanity?

If you could change just one financial habit, what would that be? Is it constant overspending?

Hopes for a Better Financial Future

Are you hoping for a better financial future? Create a plan that helps you live within your current income, commit to debt repayment, stop accumulating new debt, and start saving!

Anxiety

Don't let the anxiety about your financial future stop you from doing what's right today! Every step in the right direction, no matter how small, gets you closer to experiencing true financial restoration.

Sow Good Seeds

It takes time to see results from making wise financial choices. Don't give up, keep sowing those good seeds and in due time you will reap a great harvest.

Budgeting: Needs vs. Wants

Have you ever sat down and looked at your monthly budget and what you spend money on and categorized it into needs and wants? Try it, it will be eye-opening for you.

Building a Solid Credit History: Advice Parents Should Give Their Children

It’s never too soon to help your student understand how important a good credit history will be in the near future. Credit history measures a consumer's ability to repay debts and their demonstrated responsibility in repaying debts.

Are You Content Right Now?

“If you are not content with what you have, you would not be satisfied if it were doubled.” – Charles Spurgeon

Giving When We Have Nothing to Give

Have you ever given when you had nothing to give? The Macedonian church went through a period of severe trials, yet those trials and the poverty they experienced didn’t deter them from displaying crazy generosity. Every time we give, let’s remember the Macedonian church and their joy of sacrificial giving.

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