Self-employment Can Feel Defeating If God Didn’t Have a Plan

Hope plus a plan times change equals success

It’s been a tough road since leaving the comfort of a regular paycheck. Entrepreneurship isn’t as glorious as you may think and self-employment can feel so defeating at times. I’ve been building this business for years, yet here I am wondering why things are not happening the way I planned. Before you read any further,…

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Debt Depression: Should I be ashamed of my debt?

As a financial coach, I hear from wives afraid to talk to their husbands about a credit card they racked up. Those who can’t pay the minimums feel guilty because they have broken a contract with their creditors. Christians feel like they are cheating God because “I have too much debt to tithe”. Are these valid feelings?…

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Message Monday: Should I tithe while paying off debt?

should i tithe while paying off debt?

We need to be laser-focused on paying off debt. We need to use every penny we can find to pay off debt. We need to sell some stuff, work extra, and spend as little as possible to pay off debt faster. Should we stop giving a tithe to get out of debt faster?   HOW…

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Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Our Giving

There are three things you can do with money: Spend it, save it, and give it. We spend a lot of time learning how to save and spend wisely, but how much of our attention is given to getting the most out of our giving? Here are three suggestions for getting the most out of…

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Should Christians Invest in Peer-to-Peer Lending?

Message Monday: Should Christians Invest in Peer-to-Peer Lending? Peer-to-Peer lending is all the rage these days. It allows one individual to loan another individual money over the internet, a concept that hasn’t existed before. Should Christians invest in peer-to-peer lending? I give my opinion on why Christians should not invest in peer-to-peer lending and suggestions on…

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