How much should you pay a pastor for a wedding? What are other key factors should you keep in mind when you contact your pastor? Let’s explore these important questions.
How do you adequately say “thank you” to someone who gives so much of themselves, laying aside their own lives for the sake of serving and caring for the spiritual health of others? Depending on the level of forethought and creativity, there are many ways to thank a pastor!
Thinking about and planning for our own mortality is never high on the weekly to-do list. We all like to keep our minds busy with the task at hand and there always seems to be plenty in daily life to occupy us. But writing a will doesn’t have to be time-consuming. And, it’s easier than you probably think.
Whereas the bible never uses the term “co-signing”, it gives plenty of advice about assuming responsibility for another person’s loan. Most of this advice, appropriately, comes from the Book of Proverbs … a book of wisdom. Here’s what it has to say.
If you’re anxiously watching the mailbox wondering where your tax refund is, you’re certainly not alone. Many people are counting on their tax refund to help fund their most recent home improvement project or pay off debt that’s been lingering around for the last millennium. Okay, maybe that last one was a bit harsh, but you get the idea. It might have been several days or weeks since you filed your federal and state taxes, and you’re wondering what’s the holdup. Here are a few things that can delay your tax refund, and how you can track it down.
Time to get out of debt. Time to not only make a budget, but time to sell something! What should you sell? Here are 20 ideas of things you can sell or downgrade in order to get your debt payment going.
According to a report in the Christian Post, church membership is down in the two largest Christian denominations. While the article admits that further research needs to be done to answer the question “why”, the report does state that “church-goers” who are in their 20s and 30s may attend a congregation but “resist” joining them.
Because losing a spouse is commonly considered to be the most stressful event which can happen in a person’s lifetime, the surviving spouse faces the dilemma of needing to make clear financial decisions while dealing with the trauma of this loss. This “Do’s and Don’ts” checklist will help give direction to those who are navigating these rough waters.