"Getting the most for your money" isn't about obsessive frugality. It's about managing money well!
- September 05, 2014 |
How can we best honor God with our finances? Nicole helps unpack what it means to be good stewards of our money.
Should my brother and his new wife file for bankruptcy? What about looking into debt consolidation?
Solomon’s timeless book of Proverbs provides nuggets of wisdom that are guaranteed to bring success in every area of life.
Out of one side of our mouth we speak allegiance to Jesus, but out of the other side we’re speaking allegiance to wealth.
Less than ten percent of college kids carried credit cards in the 1990's. Over 70 percent carry these little gems today.
Have you ever thought about world poverty and wondered what you could do about it?
Debt wastes your God-given money, time, and energy, which limits how much you can pursue God’s plans for your life.
Here are a few of my personal tips for saving money – and saving your sanity – when it comes to back-to-school shopping.
Nothing will put you to the test like losing half of your income; you'll be embarrassed to find how wasteful you've been.
"A budget tells us what we can't afford, but it doesn't keep us from buying it." - William Feather
If you’re a spender who married a saver, you CAN learn how to decrease the amount of conflict and increase trust between you.
If a tool was available that would give you a control over your finances and help keep your stress low, wouldn’t you use it?
Single moms have the weight of the world on their shoulders. Money doesn't have to be part of that.
A lot of personal growth came from hard times and learning to deal with the consequences of my bad choices.
If any of these statements ring true for you, it may be time to seek easier and more profitable ways to manage your money.
Melissa Kruger helps us understand how seemingly harmless desires and questions can grow into the sin of covetousness.
What's the difference between paying with debit and credit? It's all plastic, right? Matt Bell explains the difference.
We have become a nation of “more is better.” But I often don’t consider the true and total cost of “more.”