Chuck Bentley

Chuck Bentley

CP Guest Contributor

Chuck Bentley is CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, a global Christian ministry, founded by the late Larry Burkett. He is the host of a daily radio broadcast, My MoneyLife, featured on more than 1,000 Christian Music and Talk stations in the U.S., and author of his most recent book, Seven Gray Swans: Trends that Threaten Our Financial Future. Be sure to follow Crown on Facebook.

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  • Ask Chuck: How do I help my rich family find happiness?

    Ask Chuck: How do I help my rich family find happiness?

    My brother and sister-in-law worked very hard to build a highly successful business. They know the Lord and have everything money can buy, but they are very unhappy people. How can I help them?

  • Ask Chuck: Help for crazy medical bills

    Ask Chuck: Help for crazy medical bills

    A friend from work is burdened with medical bills due to multiple emergency room visits with their young child. Their daughter is fine, but the bills have stressed them out. How can I help them?

  • Ask Chuck: Practical advice for the young and broke

    Ask Chuck: Practical advice for the young and broke

    My wife and I have decent jobs but spend everything we earn. My parents recently told us that we don’t spend money wisely. I was offended at first, but I am rethinking our habits. I heard you on the radio talking about this. What do you suggest we do to change our habits?

  • Ask Chuck: Helping employees through financial pain

    Ask Chuck: Helping employees through financial pain

    If you find that you can’t give the same honor and regard to the lowest-ranked employee in your business, you need to stop right here and resolve this issue with the Lord.

  • Ask Chuck: Plan now to avoid ‘Debtmas’

    Ask Chuck: Plan now to avoid ‘Debtmas’

    My wife and I have two little ones. I love Christmas but always regret the financial stress it creates for our family. We finally paid off our Christmas debt from last year! Can you give me some ways to avoid doing it all over again?

  • Ask Chuck: Is a college degree necessary anymore?

    Ask Chuck: Is a college degree necessary anymore?

    I’m 26 and single and would like to complete my business degree. I actually have a great job but keep thinking the degree would help me in the long run. Do you think it is worth it? (I would need a student loan for the entire amount of the degree if I decide to go full-time.)

  • Ask Chuck: How do we catch up from past financial mistakes? Part 2

    Ask Chuck: How do we catch up from past financial mistakes? Part 2

    My wife and I made more than our share of financial mistakes early in our marriage and are still making up for losses. Can you give us some tips on how to catch up?

  • Ask Chuck: How do we catch up from past financial mistakes

    Ask Chuck: How do we catch up from past financial mistakes

    My wife and I made more than our share of financial mistakes early in our marriage and are still making up for losses. Can you give us some tips on how to catch up?

  • Ask Chuck: Climbing out of a financial dark hole

    Ask Chuck: Climbing out of a financial dark hole

    I am overwhelmed with financial challenges. I constantly feel defeated and discouraged to the point of giving up. I had no idea that financial challenges could lead to such despair. How do I climb out of this dark hole I am in?

  • Ask Chuck: My adult daughter is in debt and wants our help!

    Ask Chuck: My adult daughter is in debt and wants our help!

    Our adult daughter is single and working in retail. She just revealed that she has credit card and after-pay debt issues. She has asked us for help. Should we bail her out?