How Do You Build a Culture of Stewardship?
Is stewardship a discipline or a way of life? Well, the biblical answer is yes. One key to creating a culture of stewardship is to take a holistic approach. How can you craft this kind of your approach for your church? [read more]
Teaching Kids About Money?
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]
To build kids’ money-handling habits — better Start Young
Every parent who has passed the toddler-wrangling stage knows that kids learn by watching, and then doing—why else would we buy a lock for a toilet seat? So, when it comes to practical life skills, we’re always looking for safe ways to give our kids some hands-on experience. [read more]
Marketing Veteran Mark H. Middlebrook Joins Evangelical Christian Credit Union As Senior Vice Pre...
ECCU announced today that it has named Mark H. Middlebrook as senior vice president and chief marketing officer, effective June 4, 2018. Reporting to ECCU President and CEO Abel Pomar, Middlebrook will serve on the credit union’s executive leadership team and oversee ECCU’s Marketing & Product Development, Retail and Commercial Sales, and Contact Center functions. [read more]
The Parents’ Guide to Car Buying and Financing
Does it seem like every time you manage to corral your children in the family vehicle, they find a way to hide fish-shaped orangey snacks between the seats or leave a messy trail of school supplies, overdue library books and remnants of another on-the-go meal? An automobile is no place for the faint of heart. Neither is auto loan shopping. [read more]
When Commerce Meets the Great Commission
Deep in North Korea’s Chagang Province, a Korean-American mechanic tightens the drive belt on a Kameo tractor, hoping to get his anxious customer back to tilling the fields. After a few low groans, the well-worn machinery sputters to life. The farmer offers a polite nod and a modest payment as he departs. But the transaction is far from over. The mechanic is encouraged to see life restored to the farmer’s tractor, but his long-term goal is to see the same transformation in the farmer’s life, through the power of Christ. [read more]