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    Taking Time to Focus on Your Finances

    Patrick Blair,

    When we feel unhealthy, we reconsider our eating and fitness habits.  When spiritually depleted, we pray and read the Bible.  When our houses are dirty, we clean them.  How about when our finances need attention? I suggest having financial focus times.  Take a few hours every few months to review, organize, plan, and make decisions.  … Continued

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    Benefits of Being a Kingdom Company Part Two – Divine Purpose

    Dave Kahle,

    The world is filled with marketplace Christians who are content with a shallow Christian presence in their business, afraid of the consequences of a more visible, deeper approach. The stresses on Christians have recently ratcheted up with the media’s concentrated effort and now the orchestrated strategy of big tech to suppress Christian conversation. The pressures … Continued

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    7 Spiritual Baby Steps

    Patrick Blair,

    Dave Ramsey teaches his “7 Baby Steps”: 1.       Save $1,000 for your starter emergency fund. 2.       Pay off all debt (except the house) with the debt snowball. 3.       Save 3-6 months of expenses in a fully funded emergency fund. 4.       Invest 15% of your household income in retirement. 5.       Save for your children’s college fund. … Continued

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    5 Budgeting Tips For Self Employed

    Christian Finance Blog,

    Being self employed is not for the faint of heart. You have to  learn to budget and you have to learn to work under variable income in many circumstances. Everyone has variations in their own budgeting strategies. However, making a budget is one of the best things you can do for your finances. If you … Continued

  • Money, Sex and Power – Terry Nightingale

    Terry Nightingale,

    Then the book of Proverbs warns us against sexual temptation in chapters 6 and 7, pleading with the reader to keep the Word of God, taught to him by his own mother and father, close to his heart. ‘I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people, and his incomparably great power for us who believe’ (Eph 1: 18-19). When we know the present and eternal hope that we have by faith in Jesus Christ, His presence and provision today, and the vast catalogue of adventures to come in eternity with our Creator and Father, perhaps we will be less inclined to find satisfaction in temporary pleasures.

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