MoneyLife™ with Chuck Bentley
Monday, November 7, 2011
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Did you experience "Europhoria" recently, thinking that European leaders had come up with a workable plan to save Greece? It didn't take long for reality to set in, and the markets are still reacting to the realization that the European Union has a long way to go before solving it's financial problems. What does this mean for us? Chuck breaks it all down on this edition of MoneyLife. Then Chuck talks with Jerry Bailey, a pastor in Jackson Michigan. Jerry and his wife Sue have paid off 92,000 in consumer debt in just 5 years. Then Chuck wrap things up with a list of ways you can save on your auto loan. All that coming up on MoneyLife.
- "'We are all Greeks' - SocGen Presents the New World Order," ZeroHedge.com
- "Michigan Couple Refuses To Walk Away from $92,000 Debt Obligations," PRWeb
- "6 Ways To Cut the Cost of Your Car Loan," Investopedia
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Morality and Economics
The decline in moral standards and values not only affects our spiritual and emotional welfare, but it directly influences our value system.
The Economic Earthquake of 2008
Our recent economic woes have shouted loudly that biblical principles apply to individuals, families, Wall Street firms, and even governments.
7-Step Solution to the Economic Crisis
Our motivation should be to get our own house in order and prepare to serve those around us who are neither prepared or expecting the challenges we will face.
Finances and your relationship with God
This generation’s greatest need is for God’s Word to be taught clearly and undiluted. The next greatest is for Christians to demonstrate that it works.