Money & Faith

Giving

May 17, 2010

Giving money away may be the most important aspect of a solid financial plan.  I know that sounds crazy, but it is true.  It’s hard for many people, especially who are in the middle of a financial crisis, to comprehend how they could possibly give some of their money, not to mention 10%, to their […]

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What Does Scripture Say?

April 7, 2010

“You have got to hear what this guy says about money!”  “This guy’s system is a sure-fire way to get rich, and quick!”  Unfortunately, we often look to financial gurus to learn about money.  The latest and greatest get rich quick scheme can be tempting, especially for us men.  There is something about the allure […]

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Blending Your (Money) Personalities

March 27, 2010

Don’t you love the saying “opposites attract”.  This usually is the case in marriages.  If both spouses were exactly the same, marriage would be extremely boring.  Unfortunately, many couples allow these differences to become a problem in their marriage.  You get irritated with your spouse when they don’t get things done the way you want […]

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How God Uses Money in Your Marriage

November 27, 2009

I often say that financial problems are just a symptom of other problems in your life.  If you have a problem with impulse control or organization, it will show up in your finances.  Spiritual flaws can also be evident in our financial situations.  Let’s take a look at how. 1.      Faithfulness. Do you trust God?  […]

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Contentment

November 17, 2009

The last two articles we have looked at two fundamental principles of a sound, Christian financial plan: understanding that God owns everything and saving your money.  The third principle I teach my clients is living on less than you make.  I know that sounds very simple, but unfortunately many in our country do not do […]

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