We all have times in our lives when we need encouragement. The Bible has a lot of encouraging verses to help us find strength, comfort and peace in hard times.
John Wesley was a Christian theologian from the 1700’s and is credited as leading the Methodist movement. So what could this guy teach you about money?
Answering the “How much is enough?” question gives you the freedom to say yes to some things and no to others, while living with Godly contentment.
How do you stay motivated to reach those goals that are a long way down the road? Here are some things that our family has done in order to stay focused.
The believers in Ephesus weren’t afraid to face the challenges of their faith and let go of what was holding them back. Why not follow their lead?
By looking at the life of Paul, we can learn what it takes to find contentment in our lives, and how he was able to be content despite it not coming naturally to him.
For Christians a conflict often arises between our trust in God and our trusting in ourselves and our wealth. How can we keep the focus on God?
You and I have hungers in this life we would like to satisfy. And just like Jesus, ours often boils down to a spiritual battle.
Does your life feel like you are managing from crisis to crisis? How do you plan ahead for such events? Joseph from the Bible can teach us how to plan ahead
God allows us to use money and wants us to be appreciative for how it impacts our life. But He certainly doesn’t want our love for money to supersede our love for Him.
You may think the Bible sends mixed signals about debt being good or bad. But the Bible is pretty clear on this issue – debt brings financial slavery. Wouldn’t you rather be free?
No one begins a project with the expressed desire it will fail. Our intentions are always to finish what we start and do so with excellence. Our lives gain value when we see something through to the end. Finishing is huge for our psyche. Unfortunately, we don’t start at the finish and instantaneously get that […]
Realizing God was the ultimate owner of all I have has helped me to maintain the proper perspective about money and possessions. Here’s why.
God uses his Word to call us out – more specifically, to call our behavior out. Too often, however, we are oblivious to what he is trying to teach us.