Subscribe to the free God is Faithful devotional from Larry Burkett and Chuck Bentley
Helping others is a good way to help yourself.
Link to USA Today article
In a job market creating more part-time work than career opportunities, résumé writing is becoming a crucial marketing skill as job seekers study key words to unlock the doors to employment. But when shopping for the perfect textbook, people may forget to consult the Bible.
A well-known business periodical recently said, “Debt doesn't have to be a four-letter word for businesses. Borrowing money is a safe and easy, natural, respectable, time-honored tradition for financing business operating capital, expansion, the purchase of equipment, building up inventory, and to even-out cash flow.
Popular tags: Business Startup, Business Principles, Borrowing
True and lasting financial freedom cannot be experienced in Christians' finances unless they understand God's perspective on giving and sharing.
Popular tags: Benevolence, Giving/Tithing
Accountability, according to Merriam-Webster, is an “obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions.” That seems to be a very lofty expectation.
Popular tags: Accountability, Budget Principles
At this time in America's history, God has provided an open door for the church to step up to its responsibility to help people in need. Today, the government is turning to the faith community for help in providing aid to the poor.
Popular tags: Benevolence, Government, Giving/Tithing
Every church seeking to serve the Lord should have caring programs established to help their own needy, the needy in their community, and the needy in the world.
It is well known that there are churches in every community that help the needy. These benevolence ministries are often called “Alms” ministries because they are giving alms to the poor. You are more likely to see this kind of community benevolence ministry than to see one that meets the needs of people in the congregation.
Popular tags: Benevolence
The vast majority of Americans do not have a will or a trust. If they died today they would leave the distribution of their assets to the state. Without a doubt this represents poor stewardship.
When purchasing my current home, I met with a mortgage lender who, as standard procedure, had pulled my credit report. To my dismay, there appeared on the list numerous credit accounts that I had closed years earlier.
Popular tags: Credit
I wrote a book in late 1991, The Coming Economic Earthquake, the gist of which was that the U.S. government was spending significantly more money than it was generating each year in tax revenues.
Popular tags: Economy
Get a free debt analysis from a certified credit counselors. Counselors serve as unbiased advocates, offering you prayer, guidance, and resources to get out from under overwhelming debt.