About

Peter AndersonWelcome to BibleMoneyMatters.com – a Christian personal finance blog that helps regular people gain control of their finances and live financially free.

Hi, I’m Peter Anderson, and I believe that everyone can live a life free of debt and financial strain, they just need to have a plan. Hopefully Bible Money Matters can play a small part in helping you create your financial blueprint so that down the road you can give more, save more and live more!

I write about 3 cornerstone topics on this site – finances, faith and family – while sprinkling in a fair dose of just about everything else.  I hope you’ll take the time to stop by and read!

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Our Story

When we were first married my wife and I had thousands of dollars in student loans, credit card debt and other consumer debt.  We decided that we had had enough.  We made a decision to become debt free and get rid of the heavy weight that debt put on our shoulders.   Since then we have been blessed to become debt-free except the mortgage.  We love being debt free, and like to live by this verse:

The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is servant to the lender. Proverbs 22:7

We don’t ever want to be servant to the lender again.   We are now working our way towards building a nice nest egg for our future, and hope you’ll join us on that journey.

The Blog

Bible Money Matters was launched in January of 2008 as a place for me to talk about my Christian faith and how it affects my finances.  Many people believe that faith and finances should be wholly separate, but I believe they are inextricably bound.  There are over 2300 bible verses on money, and it is clear to me that our money needs to be informed by our faith.

Bible Money Matters Interviews

Want to learn a little more about me and the site?  Check out these interviews I’ve done on other sites!

Keeping In Touch

Bible Money Matters has a lot of different ways you can keep in touch.  I thought I’d share a few of those  ways that you can become a part of the community here:

  • Email Newsletter – Get exclusive financial tips and strategies that you cannot find here on the blog, weekly recaps of blog content, giveaways for subscribers only, and a free ebook when you sign up! Sign up in the form at the bottom of the page!
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That’s a summary of the main ways that people can stay up to date with us here at Bible Money Matters. So stay in touch!

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