January 22, 2013

A new economy for you – Avoiding the fiscal cliff

We are nearing the end of the year where the forecasters have said that the fiscal cliff will impact everyone. Well, what does that mean to […]
April 7, 2012

Financial Wholeness

John 5:6 When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he already had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, “Do […]
April 7, 2012

Financial Takeover: Leaving a Legacy

Two things are guaranteed in life—taxes and death. One of the most difficult challenges for families to handle is the death of a loved one. There […]
November 12, 2011

Third principle of a financial takeover – Giving

First it was stewardship, second it was budgeting. The third principle in the financial takeover series is giving. The concept of giving has been given a […]
August 19, 2011

Volume 8 of Your Money Answers – How high is your debt ceiling?

We have seen over the past month, The Great Debt Ceiling Debate. No matter how you look at it; whether you are for or against it, you have to admit there were some pretty interesting discussion. I do believe that we are truly educated about the United States debt ceiling. Let me ask you a question. Can you raise your own debt ceiling anytime you like?
May 5, 2011

Volume 3 – Your Money Answers: Tithe, Husband Spending, and Bankruptcy for Christians

Finance is a tool that should benefit you. When the tool is used, it does wonderful things for your life. If you allow it to master […]
April 22, 2011

Volume 2 of Your Money Answers – Kids Finance, Investment, and Debt

Finance is a tool that should benefit you. When the tool is used, it does wonderful things for your life. If you allow it to master you, it will bring pain, frustration, and disappointment. Mastering the tool of finances will bring you into the abundant life that God has prepared for you. Here are some questions from readers about kids and money, investments, and the “D” word – debt.
April 13, 2011

Volume 1 – Your Money Answers: What happens if the wife earns more than the husband?

So what, no one should care. As long as no individuals holds it over that other person, it does not matter. The husband and the wife […]
April 13, 2011

Money Corner Question: Should married couples have separate checking accounts

One of the major factors in divorce is communication not money. Once you stop communicating, every things else falls including money. Having separate personal checking accounts with […]