Our society has wrongfully assigned a value to people based on how much “stuff” they collect.
Once you have a solid understanding of what God has to say about the issue, then you can boldly pray about your debt in faith.
I know what you’re thinking. Just the thought of the word ‘budget’ is like nails on a chalkboard. I know the feeling.
Recent economic times require creativity on how to put some extra dollars in the bank. Here are a few tips to help you do just that.
Taking responsibility is a fundamental issue, and struggling in this area leads to additional problems for couples.
“The plans of the diligent lead to profit as surely as haste leads to poverty” (Proverbs 21:5 NIV).
When the challenges of money management are combined with the complications of stepfamily living, money issues can be volatile.
Banks allow debit overdraft fees to go through- even though customers may think they are protected!
Signing a lease on a Mercedes you can't afford is neither the Law of Attraction not God’s providence... that’s just being stupid.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it.”
Whatever strategy you come up with for your family, discuss it early, agree upon it with your spouse, and lead it well.
It is possible to have a perfectly splendid time on a tight budget: here some of the tips and tricks I’ve learned along the way.
It’s not hard to get control of your finances. The solution: make a written budget.
In this month's Financial Q&A, we discuss the important topic of being a "savvy and informed donor."
Read an interview with a "student" of Financial Peace University!
Financial expert Dave Ramsey is excited to launch the newest version of his life-changing course Financial Peace University.
If there’s one thing that makes many people go hmmmm, it’s the topic of credit counseling.
For the Christian, tipping shouldn't be contingent upon the dining experience.
Step-family expert Ron Deal proposes questions that divorcees should address when they prepare to re-marry or begin dating again.
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