Christian Living


Personal Finance
  • Followers of Christ should modify this popular financial concept and use these three money management priorities.

  • It is never too late to get started paying off debt and saving for the future, but the sooner you do, the better your financial state will be.

  • The diminished value of money is a concept that affects everyone differently and with the right intent, can greatly benefit those in need.

  • How do you know if the workplace blahs you’re feeling are just a temporary rough patch, or if the time has come to move on?

  • Networking is all about you; netgiving is about others.

  • By following the Sabbath principle, you will learn how less work will actually bring about a more productive day.

Ask Dave Ramsey
  • My husband and I have about $20,000 in credit card debt, plus payments on a new truck. We also have a camper he bought before we got married that we’...

  • My mom is single, and she co-signed on my student loans for college. Would it affect her credit if I couldn’t or didn’t make the payments?

  • Should I purchase a car with cash or take out a loan?

Pastoral Compensation
  • Pastors are allowed to opt-out of Social Security . . . but should they?

  • A housing allowance is one of the best financial benefits of being a pastor, but there are things you need to know!

  • Could a church use a QSEHRA to help its pastor purchase health insurance through one of the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, or is there a catch?

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