Finding a Financial Planner (part 1)

You can certainly go it alone when it comes to managing your money, and you could also try to do it yourself when it comes to auto repair, cutting your own hair or giving yourself a root canal. Doing it


Easter

We are all familiar with the story of the Easter resurrection. He is not here, for he has been raised just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.  Then go quickly and tell his disciples, ‘He has


Whom Shall I Send?

“Here I Am Lord” has always been one of my favorite songs, ever since the first time I heard it. At the end of each verse, we hear God’s question, “Whom Shall I Send” and the response we sing is


Lent’s Almost Over!

The 40 days of Lent are quickly drawing to a close. Hopefully during this time, we have been deepening our relationship with the Lord through prayer, fasting and almsgiving and discerning where God is leading us. If your Lenten practices


The Way of a Fool

As a way to get ready for today’s blog, I went to the American Bible Society website, choose the NABRE version of the Bible, including the Deuterocanonicals and did a word search on “fool.” The search results showed there were


Where is Your Heart?

Our hearts follow where our money goes as it says in Matthew 6:21, “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Too often we let the money take the lead and control our heart. However, the heart


What’s the One Thing in Your Box?

I am in the middle of an interesting books right now titled Half Time, authored by Bob Buford. It talks about that time in each of our lives when we step back and decide to keep going in the same


Do I Have to Pay Taxes?

Let’s face it, nobody likes to pay taxes and complaining about them seems to be a national pastime, especially at this time of year. The annual process of gathering information then completing what seems to be a mountain of paperwork


Give It Up!

Lent really snuck up on me this year, what about you? Feels like 2017 is flying by and Ash Wednesday crept up on us very quickly. This is the time of year when we focus on our prayer life, offer


Debt is Not Your Friend

Debt seems to be a way of life in modern day America. We have mortgages, car payments, credit cards, home equity lines of credit, second mortgages, student loans, loans from relatives, bank overdraft charges, payday loans and past due bills.


Shopping Cart

Your shopping cart is empty
>Visit the store

Contact Us

Please check all areas of interest:


Please use the space below to enter further information about your request

Search