If any of these statements ring true for you, it may be time to seek easier and more profitable ways to manage your money.
- August 01, 2014 |
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.”
If you died today, how well equipped would your surviving family members be to make money-related decisions?
Honestly, the last thing on my mind is Christmas. But I want to make this year less stressful from a financial perspective.
Some things, like alleviating poverty, require hard prayer.
Perhaps you've considered the standard set of documents you'll need for later-life care. Perhaps not. The time is now.
In the Garden of Eden, there was no scarcity. The man and the woman worked joyfully to bring order to God’s creation.
Giving is something we all must practice. It is one of the ways Jesus overcomes the spiritual poverty of our hearts—and alleviates the physical poverty of others in the process.
During unforeseen changes in our lives, including our finances, remember to rest in God’s word.
- July 03, 2014 |
Whoever brings blessing will be enriched, and one who waters will himself be watered.” – Proverbs 11:24-25
“But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret.”
Debt has become such a normal part of life that many people never question it. However, I think that's ridiculous.
Believers seem to possess the same attitude and approach to money as does society in general. They want more of it because they are convinced it will solve most of their problems.
Navigating new financial waters will soon begin for your new graduate. Five truths can help your student make wise decisions.
My experience with Mary raises an issue with giving in my mind: How often do we, in our approach to the impoverished, decide for ourselves what they surely must want and need, instead of asking them?
But you don’t have to be a genius to keep your money organized and making sense. Just check these tips!
When we were paying off my loans, it was miserable, but it was the best thing that could have happened to us.