3 Strategies for Raising Good Stewards
I think of the lessons of these early years as foundation stones. They give our kids reference points to look back on as they grow and learn, and they give us opportunities to creatively craft learning experiences. [read more]
Smart Money Moves for Every Age
It’s never too early – or late – to become a better financial steward. The benefit of growing as a money manager throughout every stage of your life is that you have plenty of opportunities to take charge with each new transition. [read more]
Most Americans Are Way too Close to Financial Ruin. Are You?
Survey says: 63 percent of Americans have no emergency savings for things like a $500 car repair. This statistic surfaced in a Bankrate.com Money Pulse survey. It means that most people live paycheck to paycheck. If you’re one of them, you know the angst that comes from worrying what will happen if you’re suddenly hit with an unexpected big expense. [read more]
Are You a Financially Fit Millennial? Ask yourself these questions
As our culture continually emphasizes keeping our bodies physically fit, don’t forget to also track your fiscal fitness. Since it’s never too late to get started, we’ve prepared this quiz to help you strengthen your core with smart money moves for millennials. [read more]
Alternative Christmas Gift Ideas
You know the drill. Christmas is coming - there are stockings to be stuffed and gifts to be purchased. But wait. What if we can learn from the Grinch who stole Christmas: “What if Christmas doesn’t come from a store? What if Christmas… perhaps… means a little bit more!” What if this Christmas we give from our hearts, from our time, from our treasure? [read more]
Can You Balance Family and Ministry During the Christmas Season?
Life does get out of balance, especially during busy seasons of ministry. The lines between ministry and family can easily blur, especially for missionaries this time of year. How can you keep that blurring in check? [read more]