Becoming a faithful steward does not happen overnight – it’s a journey. It’s a journey that every Christian is on (whether we admit it or not) and each one of us are at different points of that journey.
It’s best to set in stone some core financial principles sooner rather than later. Here are some fundamental truths you should always keep in mind.
You can start investing now, with what amounts to little more than pocket money. Here are some ways that you can get started investing.
It’s Black Friday and we wanted to share a few of the great deals we’ve found. Amazon.com 30% off all Print books I’ve never seen amazon do this. I am not sure if they have before, but today you can get 30% off their print books. Just enter this coupon code at checkout: BOOKDEAL Including […]
It’s time to start thinking about holiday jobs. With Christmas coming soon, your chances of getting a part-time seasonal job increase if you start looking now. Hurry before it is too late!
With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, allow me to ask: Would you rather develop a thankful mindset throughout the year or squander Thanksgiving Day with food and parades and football?
A couple of days ago a friend sent me a message saying, “you are going to love this” and he was right. I do love it and I just bought it. They are on pre-order now, so I haven’t had a chance to play with it yet, but I will do a more thorough review […]
Retailers are intelligent, but you can outwit them by being a smart Black Friday shopper. Here are some of the best tips I’ve come across to save money and get the best deals.
If you are a lover of simplicity, may I share with you how I have started organizing my to-dos on just two sheets of paper? In fact, they aren’t even full sheets.
There was one thing that always caught my attention – the offering amount section in the church bulletin. Maybe it was because I was always interested in finances, who knows?
When you love someone is is hard to see them suffer. This is especially true when you know their financial woes could easily be avoided by a little financial knowledge and a some wise choices. But, how do you force someone to gain financial knowledge? How to you help someone to make wiser choices? How do you minister to family members who keep making bad money choices?
Choices are good, but too many mutual fund options leads to choice paralysis. You end up staring at a list of mutual funds wondering if you’ll pick the right one. Inevitably, a lot of investors will resort to looking at strictly the performance of the fund for the last five years and ignore everything else.
As you may have noticed in the recent Apple Keynote, they just launched a new iPad and it is called iPad Air. As you can imagine it is thinner and lighter than the previous versions and it has a little more pizazz as well. To enter the giveaway just keep scrolling… Who is the Sponsor? […]