Face your fear. Change your thoughts. Be grateful. And finally, ask God to take it! Wise words from financial guru Mary Hunt.
- November 16, 2012 |
Here’s why I stay home on Black Friday: deals online are just as good, or even better, than the in-store deals.
- November 16, 2012 |
Debt collectors calling? The first thing you have to tell yourself is that you WILL get through it. Look inside for more tips.
I believe there are lots of people who God wants to use as extravagant givers in this generation. But what would it require?
Have questions about biblical tithing, or how to tithe? Prepare to be humbled by God's radical call to generosity.
Get the perspective of a college grad (and a personal finance author) on what can be learned from student loans. It's not all bad!
Q: "We’ve been hearing that we should have long-term care insurance and AFLAC but I don’t know if it’s a wise choice..."
Is the search for that "warm fuzzy feeling" keeping you from being generous? Don't be held back!
"Getting the most for your money" isn't about obsessive frugality. It's about managing money well!
One of the paradoxically dumb things we do is to destroy our finances by buying garbage we can’t afford to make ourselves appear wealthy.
Financial bondage isn't everywhere; thousands of people following God's principles live in financial freedom. You can, too.
Most of us have a desire to give. We want to help those in need. We just want to make sure that we aren’t burned in the process.
Don't threaten to quit if you don't get a raise - there are probably 10 people waiting in line to take your job. Try these tips.
A book, DVD, or budgeting software won’t ultimately change your financial situation. That won’t change unless YOU change.
In addition to the fundamental understanding of giving, giving can also catalyze the birthing of new industries, ministries and missions.
Check out these simple, easy guidelines to see if you can pay off your mortgage in half the time you bargained for!
"If we as parents have as our objective a character which reflects Christ’s, then self-control will naturally grow, Lord willing, in our children."
Housing is most people’s biggest expense. That’s why, of all of the expenses we each have, it’s essential to get our housing costs right.
A reader says, "I hate how broke we are all the time (and always have been). I’m just not sure how to get ourselves out of this hole!"