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.

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

Faith and Finances

When you think of the link between faith and finances there are several ways to view it.  The most common way is to simply ignore it. After all, we earned our money by our hard work, so what does our

Your Own Personal Groundhog Day

Punxsutawney Phil is the name of a special groundhog who lives in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. On Groundhog Day (February 2) each year, Phil emerges from his little groundhog home on Gobbler’s Knob. According to the tradition, if Phil sees his shadow

Follow Me or Not

The Mass reading on Sunday was one of the most well-known stories in the Bible. It is when Jesus calls the first apostles to follow him. According to Matthew 4:22, “He called them, and immediately they left their boat and

Christmas is Coming!

This year… Christmas will be in December! That is really not news, but too often the Christmas season catches people unprepared financially. Consumer counseling agencies see a 25 percent increase in the number of people seeking help in January and

How to Keep Your New Years Resolutions

The beginning of the new year is a time when most people make resolutions. One of the most common resolutions is to finally get the family finances in order, whether this means spending less, saving more, being more generous, or

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