With over 30 years of experience in the financial industry, Tony and Carin Amaradio decided it was time to begin serving others in the area of financial stewardship. This led to the birth of Faithful with Finances, a ministry specifically aimed to provide education and help to those in the church.
Tony and Carin wanted to bring their expertise on the subject to help bridge the gap between what the Bible says about money, and what we can practically do with that money on a day-to-day basis.
In 2011, Tony and Carin brought their daughter Erika Pizzo into the family business. Carin and Erika have spoken to various women’s groups, and continue to speak to churches all across the U.S. Their passion is to bring financial matters to the forefront of women’s minds, and to show women that they play an important part in honoring God with their finances.
Erika is the author and editor of this blog, and enjoys the chance to reach out to women through her personal experiences and lessons learned.
You can contact either Carin or Erika at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hi Faithful with Finances for Women,
We are a blog started by a group of undergraduate students attending the University of California, Riverside enrolled in a electronic marketing course. We love the content you have on your blog, and as college students we are trying to diversify our content as well. We are trying to gain some insight on wordpress and electronic marketing. We were hoping you could help us generate some ideas as well as cross promote.
Spend All The Money is a blog accounting for college spending which includes purchases, product reviews, budgeting experiences, and useful tips.
Feel free to contact us via our contact page on our blog. spendallthemoney.wordpress.com
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