My Medi-Share review below was originally written in 2009 when I was investigating them but has been continually updated (now for 2023) as I”ve been using them for over 10 years. Hope it helps! If you are in a self-employed situation like myself or just looking for a Christian health insurance alternative, you may want […]
All about tithing in the new testament… Some say it was only an Old Testament Law that doesn’t need to be followed as believers under the New Covenant. And some say that it is just a relevant to New Testament Christians as it was in the Old Covenant. This is what the Bible says about Tithing…
This famous parable that Jesus used has a lot to teach us about stewardship of many things in our lives (including money) if we let it.
The Parable of the Talent’s is one of Jesus’ most famous parables. Yet hidden in the 17 verses in Matthew 25 are some of the most important keys to succeeding as a Christian.
These lessons aren’t just good advice—they’re divine mandates that can help believers be more in line with God’s purposes, not just in their finances but in every facet of their lives.
Remember the good ‘ol days when you could fill up your gas tank for about $10? Well, since those prices don’t seem to be ever coming back again, we might as well figure out how to not use as much! To give you a little head start, I scoured the internet looking for the best […]
It isn’t too difficult to find a place to file your federal tax return for free, but finding a service to file your state return for free is another story. Here’s what I found . . . .
I love checklists. Especially when I want to make progress in a particular area but don’t exactly know what steps to take. This is a personal financial checklist that covers many of the steps I have taken over last decade that have helped me move from being a financial mess to having a little bit of an idea of what’s going on.
Someone asked me to share my favorite free household or personal budgeting spreadsheets… Each one of these budgeting templates are free… If you use OpenOffice (basically a free version of Microsoft Office)…
I am currently reading Your Money or Your Life — which is a great book by the way. And I won’t turn this article into a review of the book since I haven’t finished it yet, but one of the things that I found very valuable the other day was calculating your real hourly wage. It’s not as simple as saying, “I make $400 a week and work 40 hours, therefore I make $10/hr.” When you factor in all the additional expenses of having your job (which some may not be obvious) that you could avoid if you didn’t have that particular job, you begin to see the value in this calculation.