Navigating Your Finances God’s Way

Most people don’t realize how much the Bible says about money and possessions. They may know that Jesus talks about the danger of riches or the need to care for the poor, but when they are told that the Bible


8 Tips for Dealing With Debt Overload

If you are tired of paying interest or when there is an avalanche of debt coming your way, it’s easy to feel totally overwhelmed. But putting your head in the sand is no solution and ignoring debt can make things


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


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


God Marriage & Money

While talking about money may not be considered a romantic thing to do when you are engaged to be married, not talking about money may lead to divorce, which is definitely not romantic! Joint discussions about the family finances need


When it Comes to Money, Planning is the Easy Part!

Several weeks ago, we were talking about the difference in the monthly payments between a 15-year mortgage and a 30-year mortgage. The 15-year mortgage has a higher monthly payment than the 30-year mortgage payment, but it allows you to save


Cosigning Can Ruin Your Credit Score!

  Many people gladly cosign a loan considering it a favor to a friend or relative. It may seem like a good idea at the time. You think you are helping your child buy their first car. Or maybe your


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


Mother’s Day

Sunday is Mother’s Day—a time to honor mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, godmothers, friends who are mothers and anyone in our life who fills the role of mother. The concept first originated in 1868, when Ann Jarvis established a meeting for mothers


Finding a Financial Planner (part 2)

Last week’s blog was about the background work you need to do when you are looking for a financial planner. This week’s blog is about interviewing a potential financial planner. As a reminder, be sure to interview at least 3


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