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What Two Newlyweds Have to Say About Money-Part II

January 21, 2011

A little more than a week ago, my wife, Mandy, and I had the pleasure of interviewing a newlywed couple for our podcast.  We interviewed Chris and Ashleigh Wisslead who have been married for about seven to eight months.  Many topics about marriage were discussed and I encourage you to check it out.  I wanted […]

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What Two Newlyweds Have to Say About Money and Marriage

January 13, 2011

My wife, Mandy, and I had the pleasure of interviewing a newlywed couple this week for our podcast.  We interviewed Chris and Ashleigh Wisslead who have been married for about seven to eight months.  Many topics about marriage were discussed and I encourage you to check it out.  I wanted to specifically share with you, […]

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How To Teach a Pre-Schooler About Money

December 16, 2010

It might seem a little premature to teach a pre-schooler about money. I think it is a great time. Why not start early and weave the lessons of money into the moral fiber of your kids early? Parents often are too reactionary and deal with problems after they occur. Since dealing with money is something […]

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013 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast-Dealing With Your In-Laws

December 14, 2010

013 Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast- Dealing With Your In-Laws Click Play Below or Right-Click Here to Download In this episode of the Beyond Your Wedding Day Podcast, we continue our discussion on “The First Five Years of Marriage” book by the staff at Focus on the Family. Part IX is about dealing with in-laws. […]

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In-Laws and Your Finances Are Like Oil and Water

December 9, 2010

There have been many movies and television shows that have used the in-law relationship to provide humor.  The “Everybody Loves Raymond” show and the “Meet the Parents” series of movies come to mind as examples.  Good humor always has a shred of truth in it.  The reason you laugh at shows like these is because […]

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