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He Paid the Bill

He Paid the Bill

If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with a medical condition, chances are, you are also being confronted with mounting medical bills. And health care is expensive. Globally, health care cost is projected to continue skyrocketing. In 2016 researchers found that America spent almost twice as much on health care compared to other

New Books for 2018

A new year means new books! We’re rounding up some of the most anticipated books of the new year. Now is the time to create your reading list for 2018. You’ll want to curl up every day with these books that offer inspiration, comfort, spiritual guidance, and motivation. 3…2…1…let’s get reading! 1. The Case For

Be Free from Student Debt So You Can Live with Impact for God

Freedom to Choose Work You Love Tragically, too many teachers, social workers, pastors, and others in lower-paying jobs today are struggling with student debt throughout their twenties, thirties, and even beyond. And many of you, afraid of such a future, are, for financial reasons, opting out of the work God made you to do. That’s

Stewardship Matters

Overspending and mindless shopping can be destructive habits, whether we have a little or a lot. In fact, mindless spending might even be a little easier to keep in check when money is very tight, or at least when credit is not readily available. The real problem comes for those of us with a little more to spend, those of

Breaking Busy: Love > Possessions

Sign up for the FREE #BreakingBusy mini course with Alli Worthington and get the BONUS Breaking Busy Guide! Enjoy this exclusive excerpt from Alli’s new book, Breaking Busy * * * I met my husband Mark on a blind date in a Cajun restaurant in Knoxville, Tennessee. From the moment I saw him, I knew he was the one

The Love of Money, Not Money, Is the Root of All Kinds of Evil

As a Christian, I am amazed how certain political and religious groups have decided that wealth is evil. Many of the heroes of biblical faith, of world history, and of our nation were very wealthy, including King David, Solomon, Job, and most of our Founding Fathers. There is a negative mind-set justifying money mediocrity that

Generosity Is the New Evangelism

Generosity Is the New Evangelism

“Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough, money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go.” — Mother Teresa We work with churches not simply to help them fund budgets or meet campaign goals — although those things may

Are You Ready for the 21-Day Financial Fast?

If you want to be rich, change. Grow. Get organized. Make the decision that you want to prosper. Those are the lesson I’ve learned since I first created the 21-day financial fast. At the time, I was fasting from food when it occurred to me that the same concept of discipline and self-denial might be applied to people’s finances.

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