Our culture puts lots of value on stuff. And stuff is fine! But are you keeping yours in the proper perspective?
Recently, I had the honor of talking with Dave Ramsey. When it comes to biblical financial wisdom, no one has had more reach or impact than Dave.
Have you ever thought about your financial DNA? What's unique to you, vs. what you inherited from your family?
Having people in your life who understand you, and simply being with them, provides an abundance of joy when you need it the most.
Those who live in this “land of opportunity” are given every advantage. So as a nation, we should top the charts in happiness, right?
Have you ever noticed the joy and satisfaction that well-up from deep within you when you use and share your God-given talents and gifts?
The most fundamental lesson any child can learn about finances—even more important than saving—is the lesson of giving.
It’s easy to let the busyness of the season take priority over your spouse, but the last thing you want is for the holidays to put stress on your marriage.
Most people know what to expect at a Black Friday sale. For those looking to avoid the usual frenzy, here are ten things to do on Black Friday besides shop.
You don’t have to tithe. God isn’t a tax collector, nor does He demand your obedience. God loves you so much He gives you the choice. But why wouldn’t you want to give back to Him?
If you’re struggling to manage your money but can’t seem to change unhealthy behaviors (like spending too much) there’s hope.
Sitting Bull, the great Sioux chief, once said of the white man, “The love of possessions is a disease in them.”