The Cost of Raising a Child: How to Tell Kid...
Maybe you're feeling the cost of raising a child now more than ever. How can you tell your child, "We can't afford that"?
Laid Off: Moving Forward After Job Loss
Being laid off brings stress and struggles to make ends meet. But as you search for a job, don’t miss what's in the waiting.
When Your Spouse Faces a Layoff: 5 Ways to H...
When your spouse faces a layoff, hold back on the cliché, this-is-what-you-should-do responses. Instead, here are five ways to help.
I Thought Our Debt Was His Problem
I didn’t want to work hard to hand my paycheck over to cover his debt. I wanted to spend my money my way. He is the one who went to college and accrued it!
Kids Are Worth Every Single Penny—and More
At the end of my life, I won’t be sad about what I couldn't afford. I’ll be thankful for the rich memories and lives we’ve built with our children.
Soothing the Shopping Itch Without Breaking...
Ideas to help you feel like you’re living in luxury without spending much money … or any at all.
3 Keys to Living in Contentment
We can learn to live happily even if we are denied things we consider essential.
What Are You Worth?
If people can come to grips with the real purpose of money and understand the truth about it from God's perspective, their lives and marriages will benefit greatly.
Can the Bad Economy Save Marriages?
Money is a key factor in marriage breakups, but the economy is also keeping some couples from finalizing divorces.
Grace for the Great Recession
Economic winters are not excuses to show fear but opportunities to live by faith.
How to Face a Layoff
"It’s a layoff. Your position has been eliminated." I felt stunned. Betrayed. Embarrassed. Expendable. Insignificant. Angry. Terrified.
Money Management for the Christian Family
If money is causing tension in your family, consider this three-step plan.
Surviving the Economic Storm
Four financial principles that will help your family in this time of economic uncertainty.
10 Principles for Talking With Your Spouse A...
It’s important for husbands and wives to agree on financial decisions because they both will experience the consequences.