Friday, April 16

Tag: financial health

Financial Life

10-Day Financial Exercise

Here is a post I first put up nearly 2 years ago, but is a helpful reminder for us all regularly. I am committed to helping you become or stay financially healthy.  Stewarding our financial world well helps us bring honour to God, the one who has blessed us with all that we have. Here is a 10-Day bible study exercise by Erica Pyle of 'Prosper Project' (member of C3 Church Manhatten) that will help you have a healthy perspective on finances. I highly recommend it. Introduction Day 1: The Provider Day 2: Purpose Day 3: Vision Day 4: Giving Day 5: Debt Day 6: Budgeting & Planning Day 7: Saving & Investing Day 8: Agreement Day 9: Speak Day 10: See
Financial Life

Debt Free

"At the end of every seven years you shall grant a release of debts." Deuteronomy 15:1 NKJV Getting out of debt can feel like a long recovery process. How good to know that God is with you in your pursuit of freedom. He is committed to you being on top of your financial world and living with more than enough, abundantly. Some helpful tips to get you going on the road to recovery: - draw up a budget and know exactly your financial situation - put your debts into the cheapest repayment situation possible - commit to a manageable repayment process (make agreements with utility companies, credit card/banks etc). Think long term about this so you don't feel regularly disappointed by the debt you have. - look to better earning opportunities (extra work, higher paid job), but don't plac...
Financial Life

Oiling the Wheels of Life

Luke 16:9-13 NLT 9 I tell you, use your worldly resources to benefit others and make friends. In this way, your generosity stores up a reward for you in heaven. Make friends – be generous with what you have, a gift makes room for you in someone's world 10 "Unless you are faithful in small matters, you won't be faithful in large ones. If you cheat even a little, you won't be honest with greater responsibilities. The small counts - well its just a 'white lie', 'they will never miss it' - the problem with this is there is then no guarantee how you will react in a more significant situation when under pressure. A character flaw has already been sown. Show integrity in the small matters then you have a character that is more likely to handle the big and pressured matters well too. 11 And i