Going Against the Culture

Going Against the Culture

Photo Credit: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/412431278350267302/ One of my biggest struggles in writing on different topics of personal finance is at times I have to wonder: Will people actually do these things? It’s one thing to say you need to save more, but

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

  Photo Credit : Happiness is Homemade Merry Christmas! Enjoy this day with family and friends. Remember to always thank Christ for why we get to celebrate this special day. As Christians, we know that Christmas is much much more

5 Characteristics to Cultivate Financial Wisdom

5 Characteristics to Cultivate Financial Wisdom

    What does it mean to “cultivate financial wisdom”? Put simply … it’s a way of life where you are less interested in “things” and more interested in “people”. You are not obsessed with the latest phone, the latest

Do You Consider Yourself a Steward?

Do You Consider Yourself a Steward?

  Believe it or not, if you are a Christian … you are called to be a steward. You may have never realized until now that this is the job you were called to, but God takes great delight in

A Moment of Gratefulness

A Moment of Gratefulness

I usually start the day with a “list” … – clean the kitchen – make breakfast – go to work – buy enchilada sauce – fill up the Sonata – get a birthday card They are usually very mundane, unimportant

God As the Ultimate Giver

God As the Ultimate Giver

Have you ever thought of God as a “generous giver”? He is the ultimate example of what it means to give generously and freely to others. A popular verse we hear thrown around very often is John 3:16 … “For

A Little Reminder …

Never forget to count your blessings, remember there are others who have much less than you, and give God the glory for what you do have. – Faithful with Finances If you’d like to see more inspire quotes like this,

Your Challenge: Be Completely Opposite of the World

“Given a choice, most people would choose to be rich.  They dream about inheriting a million dollars,  even if none of their relatives have that much.  They spend money they often can’t afford  to lose on lottery tickets, hoping to