It's important every once in a while to step back and look at how we think about money. Why do we want money? How valuable is money in the first place? Do we have the right perspective on money? How we answer these questions is more important than...―
Paul is writing to a group of believers in Philippi, a military city and Roman colony with very few believers in Christ. Paul’s letter is full of encouragement, instruction and wisdom – all of which will benefit Christian entrepreneurs...―
Angus Deaton was the economist who conducted the study and was quoted as saying, “Giving people more income beyond 75K is not going to do much for their daily mood . . . but it is going to make them feel they have a better life.”―
If you are like me, you probably don’t think of Jesus as one who did a lot of money management. After all, the Bible says very little about Jesus personally doing much buying and selling. But, both directly and indirectly, the Bible gives us...―
Let me start of by saying that I am a Christian and these are my views about Christians working on Sunday. My views probably don’t match up exactly with every person who reads this article, and that’s okay! I encourage you to discuss ...―
Part of our American heritage is to embrace a life without limits. We participate in the American dream when we hope for more, work for more, and pursue more. We are a people who want to live without limits. We don't want to live with boundaries . ...―
In order to write about living successfully on a retirement income, I need to define what I mean by success. My favorite definition, and the one I am using for this post, is one I am borrowing from author and career coach Dan Miller: ...―
An annual budget deficit of over $1 trillion, annual trade deficit in the neighborhood of $728 billion, an official national debt of $16.7 trillion, and unfunded liabilities of $123 trillion. How much longer can we continue to carry such enormous...―
The fact that Janice and I have been married for 42 years gives me a certain level of credibility in writing this post. Have they all been happy years? Yes, albeit some more so than others. But the important thing is that our love continues to ...―
A steward is one who manages something on behalf of someone else. All we have belongs to God. He is the owner of everything, and our responsibility is to oversee and manage all we have received. What does this mean?―
"When it was almost time for the Jewish Passover, Jesus went up to Jerusalem. In the temple courts he found people selling cattle, sheep and doves, and others sitting at tables exchanging money. So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from ...―
Currently around a half of organizations ranging in size from SMEs to large multinationals ...
∙ One of the few things I consider when buying a frock is the print. Growing up, I ...
My first thought when I saw the topic for this weeks Photo Challenge: Curves was the ...