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Simple Steps Toward Saving Money

Putting money in a savings account seems simple enough, yet it's a struggle for many.  While there has been an upward trend in the amount being socked away each year, increasing savings account balances can help Americans meet their long-term goals, such as retirement.

Here's help in building your savings account; giving you a clear course of action and setting specific goals.

Is God Calling You to Leave Your Job, But Money Is an Issue?

Do you feel God asking you to leave your job and step into something new, yet you’re worried about the financial implications? If so, here are five truths that encourage me when it comes to releasing money worries. I hope they encourage you

5 Simple Steps to Start Getting Out of Debt

Ever entertained the idea of getting completely out of debt but never figured out how to get started?

Here are some steps to get started.

Build a 30-Day Buffer by Curbing Your Expenses

Life happens, job loss happens, health-related emergencies happen. It’s not a matter of IF, it’s just a matter of WHEN. So how can you start preparing a safety net in order to be able to respond to life’s unexpected turns?

How to Live Below Your Means

Living below your means is seen by many as a life sentence, not the lifesaver that it is. It can take a crisis like unemployment or a sudden illness to reveal just how far in over their heads they really are. That's when a lifesaver looks really good.

Is Your Cash Flow Controlling Your Life?

Living paycheck to paycheck forces you to say no to things you really wish you could do. You’ve got a decent income—so why don’t you have any extra cash?

If you find yourself here, it’s time to switch gears. Telling your money where to go lets you live the life God wants for you. Here are four steps to get you started.

Improve Your Home and Its Value

Home upgrades happen for different reasons, but enhancing your home’s curb appeal and value are often at the top of the list. Consider these six ways to increase the value of your house up to 92%! 

How to Protect Yourself from a Financial Emergency

What can we do to prepare for the financial impact of electrical power outages? Snowstorms, tornadoes, flooding and hurricanes cause power grid outages for weeks. Since we are becoming more of a cashless society, here are some ways we can prepare when we have power disruptions.

5 Ways to Cut Your Holiday Spending

Even though Christmas is the season of giving, it can also be a time when it’s really tempting to overspend. To keep from falling into that trap, you need to have a plan.

So here are few ways to keep your spending in check this Christmas.

3 Ways You Can be the Solution to Your Money Problem

You may be thinking that the financial struggles we see all around us are beyond rescue, but what if I told you that there is great hope in turning this around? What if that hope lies in you?

Save Money on School Supplies

If you find the new school year throws your finances out of balance, try these tips to help bring "back to school" back within your budget.

5 Essential Money Principles to Teach Your Kids

When is the best time to teach your children the value and principles of managing money? Even early on, you have an opportunity to model financial responsibility.

Here are 5 important principles of money management that will serve your kids for years to come.

How to Find Hidden Bargains

There’s a reason we call it bargain hunting. It’s because great deals must be found, they don’t find YOU. But it’s easy to discover bargains...

How to Quit Spending More Money Than You Make

So, you spend more than you make – you are not alone.  Spending more money than you earn is common practice in the U.S., but there are multiple ways to change that.

How to Approach Retirement: 5 Things Christians Should Do

American are accumulating more debt and retaining it longer than ever before. These realities make it even more important for Christians to approach retirement with some intentionality.
So how should Christians approach retirement? What are some practical things to start implementing today?

Keeping Up with the Joneses

One of the paradoxically dumb things we do is to destroy our finances by buying garbage we can’t afford to make ourselves appear wealthy.

How Much Money Should I Spend Every Month?

As you get started with a budget, a logical question to ask is, "How much should I spend on food, fun, and all the rest?"

Grocery Store Savings Hacks

Shoppers everywhere are feeling the pinch of increasing prices on nearly every item at the grocery store.  Here are some ways you can save real money at the grocery store.

How to Discover God’s Abundance When You’re Broke

When you don’t have enough money, you’re not just broke, but also broken from the stress of living in a financial crisis.  But something surprising can happen when you’re broke. When you seek God in your brokenness, you can find riches that go beyond money, even if your bank account runs low.

Here’s how...

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Do our possessions possess us?  Some perspective to help you check your heart and priorities.....

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