How do I start sharing the Gospel with my kids at such a young age? It seems that, just like money, we need to steward the Good News as well.
Amazon Prime day just recently took place and I found lots of great deals. While big sales like this can be great for saving us money, I actually was saddened by the number of people I saw trying to fill a void with stuff.
Stewardship of our health directly impacts our finances. That's why I walk and swim laps at home and walk or use hotel fitness centers when traveling.
Financial infidelity is, in effect, cheating on a spouse. Many Americans admit to lying about or withholding money information from their partner.
Few people truly understand how serious stewardship is. The rewards of good stewardship are eternal. Stewardship means we don't consume all we have been given on ourselves, but have preserved some for others.
My husband and I just got married 4 months ago and got pregnant pretty quickly after our wedding. While we are so excited about becoming parents, the pregnancy was unexpected and now we are trying to build our financial lives together and prepare for a child. Any advice on how to save fast and what to prioritize during this season?
Is social media really that bad? Everyone talks about it like it's the cause of all our problems but I don't feel like it really makes me compare myself to others or overspend.
I've been wondering lately what the balance is between being a good citizen and a good steward. I want to be a good citizen and buy American-made products. But I also want to be a good steward and find the lowest cost for products.
I'm having a difficult time getting my husband on the same page to stop accruing debt and begin to pay it off.
I have hit rock bottom with my finances. My wife and I got divorced last year and all the fallout from that forced me to file bankruptcy. As many do when they hit rock bottom, I'm trying to get back up but not sure where to start.
Would it be best to close the unused accounts or leave them available/open? How would this impact our credit score if we closed them or if we left them open?
There are many stories of generous people living quiet lifestyles and leaving millions to a cause close to them. There are even greater examples that God give us in the Bible to follow. All of these examples have something in common. The givers lived modestly, sometimes in poverty.
Christians should be the best stewards of the earth. It is God's beautiful and bountiful creation. But our worship must be directed to the Giver not the gift.
I want to pay off my mortgage! My financial advisor says no since I am 1 year into my cancer healing journey and about to be laid off in June. But I'll have 6 months savings in my emergency fund even after paying off my mortgage. Should I be debt free or hold off?
In reading Proverbs 31, I was struck by the number of financial lessons in the passage. What wisdom can you shed on the financial principles in that passage and how they apply to us today?
Like many other curious investors, I was tempted to buy bitcoin but thankfully didn't, now that it's plummeted. How do you decide when something is a good investment?
I got a big promotion. It's required me to travel for the majority of the week. I have a wife and 3 kids at home and it's really difficult to leave them to travel so much. I've been considering leaving my job so I can spend more time with them. This job seems like God's faithful provision for us financially, but there's a major cost with it too. What do I do?
When should we begin tithing? We are currently in 'the red' each month, relying on credit cards to fill in small gaps. Currently there is no extra, no savings, etc. If we tithe now, we will have to stop payment on another creditor, which seems irresponsible. What do you suggest?
We have a son graduating high school this year and are trying to make plans for his college years. My question is who should take out the loans – my husband and me, or my son?
I am part of the 'Gig Economy' and work full-time as a freelance graphic designer. Some months I am slammed with work and make a great amount of money. But then other months are really slim. I've found it's really difficult to budget for these major ups and downs.
I'm in my early twenties and finances are a topic of stress in my life and among my peers. One of my friends, who is about my age, just paid off his mortgage. How is that even possible? Others I know rely solely on credit cards and are in thousands of dollars of debt. I feel like I'm stuck between two ideologies.
We need help prioritizing how to use our tax refund. We want to use it wisely since we have a little over $23,000 of debt.
Amazon seems to have taken over the world! Their dominating presence makes me a little nervous...but I still love my free 2-day shipping from Prime. Are there any alternatives out there that I should know about?
Is investing a good idea for Christians?
Does staying at a job for more than two years mean you'll get paid 50 percent less?