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Saving During the School Year

Saving During the School Year

It’s back to school time and that means new clothes, school supplies and activity fees that can add up and stress any family’s budget. No one wants to feel like they are pouring money down a hole with no backup plan, so we’ve created an ‘ABC guide’ to helping parents accommodate their children’s needs while … Continue reading

Prioritizing Life

Prioritizing Life

The trial and conviction of Kermit Gosnell, the infamous murderer of infants both in and out of their mother’s wombs, has recaptured the glaring spotlight of the American consciousness on abortion. Since the legalization of abortion in Roe vs. Wade in 1973, the United States has stood by and watched over 56 million babies be … Continue reading

Putting Your Money Where it Matters

Putting Your Money Where it Matters

Money isn’t just a piece of paper. It’s a reflection of your values and priorities. How you earn and spend money says something about what you focus on in your daily life. If service to others is on top of your list, make sure your purchases align with your service and mission-oriented goals. No Christian … Continue reading

How to Protect Your Savings

One of the leading causes of bankruptcy in the U.S. is not too much debt or overspending, but medical costs. When saving for retirement, no one plans for injuries or surgeries and even with insurance, costs can take a big bite out of your nest egg. Proverbs 24:3-4 states: Through wisdom a house is built, and … Continue reading

Budgeting for the New Year

The New Year brings a chance for a fresh start. You’ve already taken down last year’s smudged and rumpled calendar and put up a clean one that is unmarked and full of potential. It feels like this will be the year that everything goes right, including our resolutions. Yet most of us know that keeping … Continue reading