Everyone’s approach to what they do with money needs balance, and nothing helps that balanced approach more than responsibility.
- March 08, 2013 |
What may come from the current debate about the charitable deduction? Only the Lord knows—literally.
If you can’t get yourself to start the debt reduction process, take some small steps toward building momentum today.
The biggest difference between the rich and those that tend to struggle with money comes down to one thing: Impulse control.
Don’t be fooled, there are no financial planners that you will find that have a 100% perfect track record on picking investments.
Do you see a clear picture of what you want the future to look like? Or do you see only a general idea of what you’d like it to be?
"My husband and I will get our tax refund soon. We decided that this year we AREN'T going to spend it all on a vacation."
Paying off medical debt can be a very daunting task, especially if you’re living on a very limited income with which to do it.
Sometimes, the root cause of unhappiness is an issue of contentment. How will you help your teens battle discontentment?
During the last several weeks of 2012, we all heard a lot about the “fiscal cliff.” So, how are things looking now?
The Good Samaritan was willing to get involved. Are you? He ignored racism, and he had a giving fund on hand. Do you?
If you’re struggling to manage your money but can’t seem to change unhealthy behaviors (like spending too much) there’s hope.
“Treasures gained by wickedness do not profit, but righteousness delivers from death” (Proverbs 10:2 ESV).
Do you have questions about co-signing a loan, or helping get your recent grad onto her feet? Read inside!
- February 01, 2013 |
I recently read that about half of all Americans would have to sell some of their possessions in order to find $2,000 within 30 days.
- February 01, 2013 |
“Be sure you know the condition of your flocks, give careful attention to your herds.” – Proverbs 27:23
A growing body of evidence suggests that today’s young adults are drowning in credit-card debt — and that many of them will take this debt to their graves.
Giving to churches is flat. No turnaround of the economy is in sight. Many church attendees are unemployed. That’s the bad news.
Your emergency fund acts as insurance against the unexpected. Something IS going to go wrong. It always does sooner or later.
- January 17, 2013 |