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.
Consider doing a good cleaning any time of year, not just for cleanliness’ sake, but to declutter, make money and to donate to good causes.
People come up with a thousand and one ways to screw up their finances. Here are ten of the most common personal finance mistakes.
Do you make time for quiet in your life? Do you get up early to exercise, or read the Bible? Many of us don’t take time to relax, and it is costing us.
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.
There are certain times when it is appropriate to take a second look at a long-standing financial plan. Here are 3 big ones.
Money issues often lead to divorce. Here are some concrete suggestions on how to invest in your marriage so that money struggles aren’t the end of yours.
Have financial trouble? I’d take a close look at the quality of your relationships. You may find fixing those areas is the first step to moving forward.
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.
If you’re a grandparent, do you financially spoil your grandkids? If so, does it cause any difficulties in your relationships?
It’s easy to forget that Jesus was tempted in every way, including areas of worldly wealth and power.
Ideally we would approach our financial decisions with nothing but numbers in our heads. But for most of us our emotions play a huge role in our finances.
Have you ever found yourself at odds with someone you respect who has a different currency of love? Here’s why it may not pay to argue with them.
I recently had the chance to attend The Financial Hope Conference. Here’s a recap of what I learned, and resources to check out from the expert panelists.