While a lot of the Christmas holiday has been over-run by consumerism and greed that has become so prevalent in our culture, for me looking back to God’s word really brings me hope.
It’s easy to get wrapped up in the Christmas frenzy. Instead, stick to your budget and financial plan and enjoy the season!
Christmas time is one of the most expensive times of the year, but you can start planning now so that you have the cash upfront when the holiday arrives.
If you’re looking to celebrate Christmas with more joy and less debt, “Hundred Dollar Holiday” is a classic book that’s well worth reading or re-reading.
We Americans spend a lot on our kids for Christmas presents, according to Mint.com “the average family spent around $750 on holiday gifts.” Is it too much?
The key to a wonderful Christmas isn’t a big budget, but to be thoughtful and personal in your gift giving. 100+ ideas for frugal gifts.
If you’re not careful Christmas can end up being a disaster for your family financially. Here’s how to ensure that you have a happy, stress free holiday and a debt free new year.
Here are a few things you can do to plan ahead and make sure to keep Christmas a frugal holiday this year.
Every year, our culture seems to move further from “The Reason for the Season.” What are your favorite ways to teach your kids more about Jesus?
The holiday season is supposed to be a time to cherish friends and family. Here’s how to make the season more about family, and less about the gifts.
It can be easy to get caught up in all the commercialism that comes along with Christmas these days, and allow the focus of the day become more about us – instead of about Him (Jesus Christ). For me, one thing that always gets me back into the celebratory mood is a reading of […]
Christmas can easily become a holiday about consumerism, about giving and receiving nice things. Far too often the true meaning of the holiday gets lost.
The holiday season is upon us!, and to celebrate Bible Money Matters and several other sites are giving away $600 in prizes!
Here are some things we do to help remind our children to keep the birth of Christ the forefront of the holiday season.