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Being Honest In A Dishonest World

All of us make many small daily decisions about being honest. Do you deal honestly in all areas of your life, even the smallest ones? Or do you quietly smile and pocket the extra money when the cashier gives you

Posted in Bible Quotes, Biblical Stewardship, Blessings

Scaling Back: What I Don’t Buy

I often get bewildered looks from people when they find out that I only allot between $300-$400 per month for my grocery budget. My family consists of the five of us as well as two indoor cats and a few

Posted in Bible Quotes, Biblical Stewardship, The Simple Steward

Financial Crisis

We regularly talk about managing our money the way God intended. As Catholics, we are called follow Jesus in every area of our lives – even when it comes to our money and possessions. But what happens when we experience

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible Quotes, Biblical Stewardship, Blogs, Catholic Money Management, Crisis, Finances

Pros and Cons of 6 Payment Methods

Nowadays, paperless technology allows consumers to make cashless, electronic purchases. Some people still prefer to use cash or checks as their payment methods but whatever payment method you use, make sure you have the funds and budget to pay for

Posted in Bible and Money Management, Biblical Stewardship, Blessings, Spending Plan

Who is Your Real Boss?

Has there ever been a time in your life when you’ve worked really hard for something, set a goal for yourself or wanted to achieve a milestone, and missed the mark?  Maybe it was an honor or a designation you

Posted in Biblical Stewardship, The Simple Steward

When You Love What You Have, You Have Everything You Need

There’s a good reason why “keeping up with the Joneses” is a well-known phrase across the country. The consumer-driven mindset of constantly getting more, newer, better things is so deeply ingrained in our society that we coined a term just

Posted in Biblical Stewardship, Blogs, Contentment

Are You Hiding Behind a Costume?

The practice of wearing costumes on Halloween may have originated in the Celtic festival of Samhain, which has ancient, pre-Christian origins and was celebrated in various Celtic nations. This time of year was a transitional season between the light of

Posted in Biblical Stewardship, Blogs

Back to Basics: Insurance

Insurance is one of those areas that has become increasingly complicated. Unfortunately, it leaves a lot of people throwing their hands in the air, not even really understanding what they’ve signed up for because they just want to be done

Posted in Biblical Stewardship, Stewardship, The Simple Steward

Secular Debt Solutions

Every magazine and newspaper is offering solutions to the current economic problems. And all of the talking heads on TV have help for the present financial mess. Most of what they are saying and printing makes sense, but if you

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Growing Up, Financially

“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 It was once a rite of passage for children to leave home by the time they turned

Posted in Biblical Stewardship, Blogs

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