Navigating Your Finances God’s Way

Show Notes for January 10, 2018

Even if they regularly attend Mass, most Catholics don’t fully recognize all that God has to say about money and possessions. Everything we need to know about how to spend, save, give and manage money can be found in over 2,500 verses in the Bible. Discover true financial freedom!

Visit the Compass Catholic blog and check out the Compass Catholic Bible Studies page for more info on Navigating Your Finances God’s Way a 9-week Bible study that will change your financial future!


Saving & Investing

Show Notes for January 3, 2018

Saving and investing are similar but different. Everybody should be saving AND investing no matter what your income level. Saving helps you build an emergency fund for those unexpected expenses and meet short term goals. Investing helps you work toward long term future goals, such as funding a college account for your children or having enough money to retire.

Both are necessary for a well-balanced financial future.

Read Evelyn’s blog on the Compass Catholic website.

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God, Marriage & Money

Show Notes for December 20, 2017

The God Marriage & Money book from Compass Catholic is specifically designed for couples who are engaged to be married. Most engaged couples spend more time discussing the flavor of their wedding cake than talking about their finances. Yet finances are something they will deal with every day of their married lives, and financial differences are one of the leading causes of divorce.

This book has everything that’s needed to start an open and honest discussion about finances before the wedding!  God Marriage & Money is available in both hardcopy and eBook formats. This is a perfect resource if you (or a friend or family member) is engaged or newly married.

Read Evelyn’s Blog: God Marriage & Money.

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Are You Being Honest With Yourself

Show Notes for December 13, 2017

When it comes to your personal finances, have you been totally honest with yourself or are you fooling yourself by confusing needs and wants? Do you think more money will make you happy? Have you convinced yourself that you don’t make enough to give or save?

All of these little lies you tell yourself can justify handling money in a way that does not honor God.

Read Evelyn’s Blog: Are You Being Honest With Yourself? To learn more about how you may be hiding money problems.