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ECCU Names Chuck Kelly as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology & Operations Officer

Brea, CA – March 1, 2019 – Evangelical Christian Credit Union (ECCU) announced today that Chuck Kelly has joined the credit union as Senior Vice President, Chief Technology & Operations Officer, effective February 27, 2019. [read more]

Category: News

ECCU Names Brian Constable as Vice President of Enterprise Banking

ECCU announced today that Brian Constable has joined the credit union as Vice President of Enterprise Banking, effective January 2, 2019. [read more]

Category: News

A Christian’s Guide to Making (and Keeping) New Year’s Resolutions

It’s only the first week of 2019 and by some accounts, 75 percent of Americans who made new year’s resolutions have broken them already. If you’re among this group – or have yet to establish goals for this year – take heart. You can find all you need to know about making and keeping resolutions in the Bible, from leading a more Christ-centered life to making smarter financial decisions. Scripture urges Christians to examine their lives regularly, and there’s no better time to evaluate your relationship with God than the start of a new year. [read more]

Category: Common Cents

Simple Steps to Building Budget-Minded Kids

Children learn math, English and science skills in the classroom, but most schools have abandoned teaching basic financial literacy. This all adds up to parents bearing most of the responsibility to raise financially fit kids. [read more]

Category: Common Cents

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]

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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]

Category: Common Cents