Spousal Unity in Decision Making

Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor. For if either of them falls, the one will lift up his companion. But woe to the one who falls when there is not another to lift him up. (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10). Making financial decisions can be hard enough for one person; […]

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Provide For Your Family and be Content

“But the worries of this age, the seduction of wealth, and the desires for other things enter in and choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.” (Mark 4:19) Will we ever have enough? Will it continue to be enough? How much is enough? And how will we know when we get there? These common questions […]

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The Big Mistakes of Debt …Part 2

     Do you find yourself depending on the world’s wisdom or God’s wisdom when it comes to financial advice? God’s Word is true, timeless, universal, transcendent and completely practical. Unfortunately, all too often, we depend upon the finite wisdom of the world for our financial counsel. This is especially true with the constant barrage […]

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Are You an Impulse Spender?

Does money burn a hole in your pocket? Does buyer’s remorse set in after you have spent your money? If this sounds familiar, you might be wondering how you can manage your spending so that you can buy the things you need now and also save for the things you need in the future. Most […]

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Will You Be Able to Retire?

For most people, retirement means not working, traveling the country, keeping up with family and of course, spending time on the golf course! Isn’t that all a part of the American dream? However, the truth is that the majority of Americans nearing their retirement years don’t have the means to actually do it. In fact, […]

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Controlling the cash flow

Cash seems so slippery these days. Didn’t you just put a $20 bill in your wallet yesterday – and now it’s gone? Well, that’s not a new phenomenon. The Bible says money takes wings like an eagle and flies away! (Proverbs 23:5)  Everyone is – or should be – concerned about controlling cash flow. It’s […]

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Five reasons to set God-given goals

If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time. If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will get you there. These are more than trite phrases; they contain a great truth. Picture in your mind a runner getting set to compete against other runners in a 100-yard dash. As the gun sounds, […]

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A Godly Approach to Inheritance?

Of the world’s 6.8 billion people, only 310 million live in the United States.  That’s only 4.5 percent.  Yet the United States owns or controls over half of the world’s wealth.  It is quite amazing to think that just 4.5 percent of the world’s inhabitants own most of the assets, most of the world’s military […]

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God is the best long-term investment.

The continual gyrations in the stock market have caused many people to question their investment strategy. Questions like “What should I do now?” and “Should I sell my stock positions and move into a money market?” are running through many investors’ minds. And while it is important to avoid making emotional buying and selling decisions […]

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Financial training for your children

Take a moment to picture your children going off to college and managing a semester’s worth of money on their own.  Would they run up the debt and bounce checks or would they spend wisely with some left over? Maybe you are not sure how they would handle it, and now is the time to […]

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