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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…

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The Dishonest Steward

The Gospel reading yesterday always confused me, until I really concentrated on the details. Luke 16:1-13 tells the story of “The Dishonest Steward.” To summarize, a steward was fired because…

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Simplicity Matters

Being part of a financial ministry is challenging sometimes due to the mission of "walking the talk.” If I'm going to lead a Bible study designed to help parishioners get…

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An Attitude of Gratitude

First, I have to give my daughter credit for this post.  She was required to write an essay on this topic and it got me thinking about it, too.  Stewardship…

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Back To Basics: Entertainment

When considering discretionary categories in our Spending Plan, entertainment, like clothing, tends to get a little out of control.  I am as guilty as anyone when I say I don't…

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Don’t Retire—Rewire!

From the moment we first enter the workforce, we are told to begin preparing for our retirement. Indeed, given today’s economic state and the spending and saving habits of Americans,…

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Back to Basics: Clothing

Continuing with our Back-to-Basics series, another potentially problematic area in our spending plan is clothing.  I find it interesting when I coach people on their finances to find that most…

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