At one point, D.A. and Elicia Horton had to file for bankruptcy which led them to repent of their greed. The Hortons reflect on what they would say to their younger selves about financial stewardship.
Russ and Julie Crosson look closely at the problem of debt. The Crossons tell how they paid off their home early. Russ shares some basic principles for living within your means.
Russ and Julie Crosson live a balanced life when it comes to their checkbook. They learned early on to resist impulse buying through planned spending, and encourage couples to follow their lead.
Russ Crosson and his wife, Julie, talk about the wisdom of planning a family budget. The Crossons recall the tensions they experienced early in their marriage.
We can learn to live happily even if we are denied things we consider essential.
Brad Hewitt asks believers to consider the benefits of generosity. Whether giving our finances, time or talent, generosity blesses not only those who receive, but also those who give.
Brad Hewitt tells how consumerism thwarts our walk with God. Hewitt reminds us that it isn't how much you have, but what your heart longs for that determines whether you will be content.
Brad Hewitt challenges listeners to adopt a new money mindset in which God owns it all, and we are merely stewards of His money.
Where is your treasure? Mary Hunt, Callie Briese, Randy Alcorn, and Dennis Rainey help give perspective and offer tips for how to better manage your earthly blessings.
Is it possible to get through college without going into debt? Ron Blue talks to parents and students alike about the benefits of paying for college as you go rather than relying on student loans.
Are your spending habits becoming a debt habit? Christian financial expert Ron Blue shares four biblical principles for building a healthy financial foundation for your family.
Should you handle your money any differently now that you're married? Tommy Nelson, pastor of Denton Bible Church, gives couples advice about handling money after marriage.
Five financial pointers that will benefit any couple.
Learning to be content with enough.
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.
Randy Alcorn offers some words of wisdom for those wanting to bless others through their giving.
Randy Alcorn, author of The Treasure Principle, talks about the benefits of being a cheerful giver.
Savers extraordinaire Crystal, Steve and Annette share their most frugal tips for saving on groceries and paying off debt, including mortgages.
Savvy savers tell how their short term sacrifices blessed them with long-term benefits.
Moms tell how their frugal ways have them saving big at the grocery store, allowing them to give generously to others.
Money is a key factor in marriage breakups, but the economy is also keeping some couples from finalizing divorces.
Helpful tips for conquering a necessary task.
You can do it!
Economic winters are not excuses to show fear but opportunities to live by faith.
Four steps to getting where you want to be.
"It’s a layoff. Your position has been eliminated." I felt stunned. Betrayed. Embarrassed. Expendable. Insignificant. Angry. Terrified.
If money is causing tension in your family, consider this three-step plan.
We must use money in a way that satisfies not just the senses but the soul.
Choosing contentment over the desire to acquire.
Instead of leaving behind your treasures, send them on ahead.