On this father’s day, I just want to say thank you to my father. Thank you for being a model of what a father should be. Thank you dad.
We have all been blessed in so many ways. Still, being thankful is one of those things that will sometimes require discipline.
While we’re taking part in our Thanksgiving festivities this year, it would behoove us to remember the true meaning of the day, to change the focus from our inward needs to one of outward gratitude.
Expressing thanks to someone takes you outside yourself and your problems. You focus on someone else instead. And somehow, after expressing thanks, you feel better.
A Phone Call Yesterday I was at work when I got a call from my friend who lives next door. He said that he had just talked to his wife, and that our neighborhood was in danger of going up in flames. There was a fast moving grass fire that was quickly consuming much of […]
The past year has been an amazing ride for me here at Bible Money Matters. I started this blog with the intent of just sharing some of my thoughts about our financial journey, and then as a journal as my wife and I attended Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. I thought it might even be […]
I just wanted to write a quick thank you to all of you out there who have subscribed to my feed, or who keep coming back to the site to check us out on a daily basis. We started out last Wednesday as a brand new blog, no subscribers and no page views except my […]