How many people still use a checkbook? Quite a few of us, actually. We may not carry it with us all the time, but there are instances where only a check will do. Mostly, though, we rely on digital ...

Money ... that’s what makes us rich, right? Or it is time when we’ve received that diagnosis that deprives us of days we deserve with our daughter or our son. Perhaps it a relationship with a ...

So, you got a bonus at work. What to spend it on? Family vacation, the church building fund, perhaps that new boat you’ve been wanting? Here’s what 1 Timothy 6:17-19 has to say: “As for the ...

Clean your plate, we’re told. Or as grandmothers once said, “Use it up, wear it out. Make it do or do without.” It means that nothing can be wasted. Yet, the Word in Deuteronomy 24:19-21 ...

Skinning a penny is a euphemism for having a budget so tight there is no room for anything extra. Not ice cream, not new socks, not even treats for the dog. A character from an award-winning 1989 ...

What’s important to you? What makes up the core of your dreams, your prayers, your time? Your home? Your family? Traveling? Church? Missions? When you pray, what do you request of God? And the ...

What’s for lunch today? Anything special? Or is it the same old same old, a wiener nuked in the microwave, a slice of reheated pizza, or a can of whatever we can find in the pantry? God says he ...

If you like to cook, this title is for you. If you’re into yardwork, read it as Your Spare Trimmer Line. Mechanics might see a spare wrench, teachers a spare pen, and new mothers a spare diaper ...

Read an online review of a restaurant. One way to determine whether that restaurant is for you is to check the dollar signs. Yes, dollar signs. One dollar sign means you can afford to visit and ...

Imagine opening a birthday present, and the giver says, “I didn’t want to buy that for you, but my husband said I had to.” Ouch. We want to hand it back and wash our hands of it. Or we win ...

What’s the use of a minister in the church? Why can’t we seek God on our own? Isn’t the money we spend on our pastor better off feeding the poor? Isn’t that what Jesus would have us ...

What’s the number one rule for gaining wealth? Don’t spend everything you’ve got. We hear it said another way: Live below your means. If you make $5000, only spend $4000. Bank the rest. ...

Come on, admit it. You want to be the rich person on the block. Yeah, you’re seeing it … flash and bling … a new car every year, fresh paint on the house, and enough money to spread it ...
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