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Aug. 27, 2019

Personal Finance and the Church (Part 2)

Many of us may have been convinced by Pastor Greg Meyer’s convictions about the role of the church in personal finance, but most of us would have no idea where to start. See if there are any people in your congregation or community who hold personal finance credentials (something like the CFP® or teachers of personal finance at the local
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Aug. 20, 2019

Personal Finance and the Church (Part 1)

In the church, we have long assumed that personal finance is a skill acquired elsewhere. Like we expect people to be able to drive to church, mow their own lawns, and be supportive and contributing members of our congregational communities. The gospel, however, invites us to find those places where people are suffering or dying (sometimes literally) and bring good
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Aug. 28, 2018

Our Top-Five Personal Finance Podcasts

When it comes to the topic of financial wellness resources, the challenge isn’t a lack of information. In fact, it’s just the opposite. There are so many resources out there that they can overwhelm. Well, we at the Center for Stewardship Leaders have narrowed the list for you, at least in the case of personal finance podcasts. Alex Benson has
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Jun. 05, 2018

Building Faithful Margin as Stewards of our Personal Finances

Recently, my wife and I were having dinner with a newly married couple. As happens in my line of work, the topic of finances came up. The newlyweds were astonished that my wife and I discussed money regularly (without fighting), knew off the top of our heads our household budget lines, and generally approached money without a deep sense of