Unfortunately, many Christians arent seeking fulfillment in God but in material things
I believe that in many ways the impoverished are richer than we in the developed world.
I have noticed this mentality permeates the Church: "The poor will be happy with our leftovers. They don’t know any better."
My husband and I recently spent eight months living below poverty level, and in the crash and burn that followed, I learned a lot.
Now that I follow Christ, I realize how fame got in the way of the truth I so desperately needed to hear.
If you’re struggling to manage your money but can’t seem to change unhealthy behaviors (like spending too much) there’s hope.
Dear Deborah: We are a married couple in our mid-50’s. My husband has a retirement plan at his work. Should we still be contributing to an IRA or just rely on what we already have?
To some extent, our credit scores are a reflection of our character. As Christians, we should be honorable people.
When we begin to see poverty the way the Bible does, we see a number of practical opportunities to worship Jesus.
Generosity and money are intimately connected. But what happens when you unleash generosity from the confines of money?
Deborah Taylor-Hough explains how a debt can become, and stay, a thing of the past.
Here are some of the biggest mistakes I've made as a twenty-something single.
The best things in life really are free, and spending less money on what you do have to buy can enrich your life in priceless ways.
An ever-mounting consumer debt can wreck one’s judgment, job performance and relationships.
As a student living on campus, unless you have unlimited funding from your parents, you are probably frugal by default.
The middle of the night is not the time to confront your financial fears. You need to work on them in the light of day, and here's how.
Americans are known for our materialistic ways. Our wastefulness. Our self-indulgence. Do you contribute to the mess?
Dear Deborah: How can I rebuild my credit score?
When he could be sure that no strings were attached, Paul was happy to receive support for his ministry.
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