I'm not a gambler, but what do you think? What's the big deal if I skip a cup of coffee and get a few lottery tickets?
I know that getting out of debt is a great New Year's resolution (I'm willing to try that one again!) but do you have any advice on something else that I should prioritize?
A lot of us — myself included — will make New Year's Resolutions about money or family or career, maybe even about learning a new skill. But does the Bible have anything to say about this kind of thing?
We work so hard to give our children a beautiful Christmas experience. Although we are not rich by any means, we are blessed in comparison to many. When it's all said and done, the kids can be a little "spoiled" on Christmas day.
My husband has his own small business, construction, and he was sub-contracted for another small business, also construction. Since both men are believers, how do we biblically handle not being paid for the job? (The main contractor) keeps promising, but not paying. Thank you!
My question is on adult children and car insurance: I need to figure out if I should put my adult son on our insurance policy. We've all had accidents (so no judgment here), but he just hit a deer, got a speeding ticket, and also got into an accident with our car not long ago. If we get him his insurance, he will be paying about $3,100 per year (he just got a job that pays about $500 per week). Are we better off putting him on our policy and have him pay us, or should he get his own policy?
I recently obtained a small court settlement and I am seeking the best way to handle my finances. I am particularly interested in what to do with my car. Should I pay it off and get a newer model or pay it off and keep it?!
I'm worried about how to cover the costs of Christmas. I know I should have been saving through the year, and I have some money set aside but do you have some suggestions on how to get some resources together to have more money available over the holidays?
So many celebrities make millions of dollars, and then end up in bankruptcy. If 50 Cent can't make it, how can someone like me make it with so much less money?
Pop Quiz: Are there more verses about Heaven, Hell or money in the Bible?
Coaches and trainers are engaged to achieve better performance in sports; tutors hired for Chemistry or math, but some interesting research indicates that when it comes to teaching your children a vital life skill, it may be extremely difficult to make major changes after age 7 … and parents are the primary teachers whether they know it or not.
Few stories so clearly illustrate the Biblical truth that "the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil" than the controversy that has exploded following the release of undercover videos from the Center for Medical Progress in which Planned Parenthood doctors talk about dismembering unborn children to sell tissue and body parts.
A generation of young people graduating with debt they can't repay because the jobs they studied for just don't exist has become a national crisis too severe to ignore.
A recent survey by CreditCard.com found that about one in five Americans don't believe they will ever get out of debt, a conviction that casts a tone of gloom amidst the celebrations and exuberance expressed by those ringing in the year with renewed hope.