Dave Ramsey is beloved around the world, and his Baby Steps have helped thousands achieve financial freedom. See 4 things we love and 4 things we would change.
Knowing how to write a check is still important, and is necessary in a number of scenarios. Here’s how to fill out a personal check correctly, step by step.
How does love apply to money? Is it possible to be joyful even when broke? Do I have the self-control to get out and stay out of debt? Find out more!
When hard times arrive, encourage yourself in the Lord! Refuse to identify as a financial victim, be a financial victor with God’s help.
What we believe and why truly matters. Too often we believe traditions that are not rooted and the Good Book. Here are 3 that we need to challenge.
Poverty is an equal opportunity destroyer of families and futures. It can be overcome with these four Bible strategies. It just takes TIME.
The Bible is overflowing with references to money that teach us financial wisdom. Here are five verses in Proverbs where God teaches us to profit.
Many people find the start of the year to be an ideal time to cut back and restore balance. One perfect way to do this is to have a no spend month.
There are many small changes you can make to change your life and improve your health and your finances. Here are some common ones you can change this year.
Technology can help you to automate the management of your finances. Here are 4 types of tools you should consider using to improve your finances.
These Bible verses about wealth talk about how God has promised to provide for us, and why the desires for wealth can be so deceiving and easily become a false idol in our lives.
Does God want you to be wealthy? I’m not sure, but the Bible contains a wealth of financial guidance which, if applied, can’t help but make you prosperous.
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.
We found that our children’s Monopoly playing style matches their current spending style. Do you think Monopoly can reflect your real-life money style?