During the Christmas season, we fully embrace Jesus words: “It’s more blessed to give than to receive”. Can you take your giving to the next level?
Your grown children may be able to buy what they need, but you can give a gift that comes from the heart. Here are a few ideas.
It’s open enrollment time once again. A time when employees review their benefit packages and make changes as needed. How about your bible-based benefits?
Feeling helpless when someone you care for is ill is a natural feeling, but there are many things that you can do to help the family through this hard time.
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?
God emphasizes four main financial principles of contentment, hard work, stewardship, and generosity repeatedly. It’s important to keep all 4 in balance.
Some of the most charitable givers are the ones with the tightest budgets. Even if your budget is small, there are plenty of other ways to help children in need.
Children may naturally be resistant to giving, but with these steps, you can set a charitable example that your child will follow now and in the future.
There is great power in giving and much good can result from it. But do you have ulterior motives? Here’s how to make sure you’re the right type of giver.
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.
There are plenty of low cost ways that you can give and make a difference in the recipient’s life as well as your own life. Here are a few.
Giving to people through Facebook instead of through church or local groups turns the experience into a less than godly one, at least for me. Here’s why.
Take this Thanksgiving to answer what really are the greatest blessings you enjoy? Why are you thankful?
How can we use the money that we’ve earned in a way that maximizes our happiness? Is it better to spend on material things, or on experiences?