Panic. That’s the collective feeling of many churches and non-profit organizations right now. But should panic be our instinct?
- January 17, 2013 |
The strength of using this method lies in its ability to give small victories as milestones are reached in paying off debts.
If you get too complacent with money, little drops leak out here and there, causing a lot of damage to your financial situation.
‘One thing you lack,’ Jesus said. ‘Go, sell everything you have... and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.’
I don’t know if it was good for me to have had a bankruptcy, but all things can be used for good for those that love God.
Now that gifts have been exchanged, you may be wondering...is it really the thought that counts? Could I bought better gifts?
We need to teach our children about money, specifically how to work, save, spend wisely, and give.
Hoping the economy gets better will have little impact on assuring your success. Making yourself better will guarantee it.
Whenever you decide to do something that will radically change the way you live for the rest of your life, it rarely comes easy.
Supposedly 97% of all money that people give to the church is spent on the people who give it. Something's not right.
Ironically, the way to financial freedom is in the opposite direction from what we typically think.
Read inside for encouragement in managing Christmas spending, while remembering the reason for the season.
The trouble with Christmas is that we allow the over-commercialization of the season to get the better of us.
Once in a lifetime, you may have an opportunity to inherit a lot of money. Let us be careful to be good stewards!
We're no better off financially, but we’re still using the credit cards like we just don’t care. What's the deal?
I'm on a limited budget this Christmas. I’d like to cut back on spending yet keep the holiday cheer. Do you have any suggestions?
This Christmas remember to prioritize, stick to your list, hunt for deals, and utilize teachable moments for the kids.
Could you reduce your spending to $100 this Christmas?
This Christmas do not be swept away by the illusory claims of consumerism; instead, revel in God’s gracious gifts, drink deeply the joy of relationships and life and the wonder of this wonderful season—these will leave you truly satisfied and debt free!