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Work is More Than a Job

We are all called to be workers. In the earliest part of the creation story God, the universe’s first worker, gave Adam the garden to “tend and keep” (Genesis 2:15).  The first thing God did with Adam was to put

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Wealth

How to Pick a Bank and Avoid Fees

We’ve dealt with quite a few banks over the years, as we’ve moved from one location to another (we are currently living in our 9th house) and we’ve usually picked our bank based on how convenient it was to our

Posted in Budgeting, Finances, Wealth

An Abundant Life

Do you consider an abundant life as having everything you want or as appreciating everything you have? One of the major challenges that people face in dealing with money and possessions is understanding the role God plays in finances. Do

Posted in Wealth

Ideas for a Simple Christmas

Christmas can be a peaceful time to make memories and share love or a time of unbridled consumerism.  Here are some ideas to help you keep things simple this year. Evelyn Bean Care Package – create a gift that take

Posted in Christmas, Wealth

Interest Rate Hikes

The Federal Reserve Board passed on the opportunity to raise the prime interest rate in September, but it is a forgone conclusion that it won’t be long before the rate does rise, maybe as early as their next meeting in

Posted in Bible and Money, Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Wealth

How Much is Enough?

Watching commercials, browsing catalogues, visiting on line shopping sites, watching shopping networks on TV, reading advertisements and interacting with social media about different products makes you want it all now! We’re living in a society where folks feel they need

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible and Money Management, Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Gratitude, Wealth

7 Things The Middle Class Can No Longer Afford

During economic discussions, we often hear about the financial burden that’s placed on the middle class. So, who are the middle class? Though there is some debate over the exact income a middle class household brings in, we do have

Posted in Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Finances, Wealth

Are We Faithful With Worldly Wealth?

Our daughter is saving to go on a class trip next year and, since she’s not old enough to hold down an actual job, I headed to the library for some fund-raising/money-making type books for students to give her some

Posted in The Simple Steward, Wealth

Stop Repeating Financial Mistakes on Groundhog Day

As February approaches, many television networks are gearing up to air day-long marathons of the movie Groundhog Day.  This cult classic documents the lead character, played by Bill Murray, as he wakes up to find that the previous day is

Posted in Budgeting, Wealth

What do you worship?

Have I treated people, events or things as more important than God? The First Commandment tells us that we should not “have strange gods before me.” In this secular society, how many people actually keep the First Commandment and honor God

Posted in Blogs, Faithful Discipleship, Stewardship, Wealth

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