Message Monday: Financial Plans Without Budgets are like Sundays Without Sermons

Would you attend a service without a sermon?  You arrive and find a seat. The music begins to play and there is some singing. The Friendship Notebook (like an attendance record) is passed down the row and then you give of your tithes and offerings. All this is done with prayers sprinkled in-between but the…

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Message Monday – Faith in Investing

It takes faith to be an investor. Whether you put your hard earned money into a business, the market, or your kid’s education – it takes a belief that what you put into it will benefit you in some way down the line. I believe in a lot of things that I can’t explain or…

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Should I Tithe Before or After Tax?

The definition of a tithe is ten percent. The argument I have with myself is should I tithe before tax is taken out of my pay or after tax? As a Christian, I should follow the instructions of my creator. He says it is good for me to give a tithe so I take his…

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Message Monday – Christian money one-liners

I stumbled upon a post from Jeff at DebtFreeSquad.com. He collected some great money one-liners with a religious slant. I’ve taken the liberty of re-posting them here. Giving Give God what’s right — not what’s left. Humble yourself A lot of kneeling will keep you in good standing. He who kneels before God can stand…

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Message Monday – The Greatest Christmas Presence

Ask anyone how they are in the days leading up to Christmas and you probably got an answer that could be translated into a Charles Dickens quote “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times”. More than half the people I spoke to have said they were Stressed Fazzled Unprepared Out…

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