Category Archives for "Stewardship 101"

Ask Chuck: Best Practices for Charitable Giving

Dear Chuck, I’m considering dropping support of some of the organizations and institutions I’ve helped in the past and putting that money to better use. It’s been disheartening to see a drift in values. Do you have a guide for Christian givers?  Redirecting My Charitable Giving   Dear Redirecting My Charitable Giving, We are experiencing […]

Ask Chuck: 5 Steps To Improve Your Finances This New Year

Dear Chuck, Covid set me back financially this year. As a result, we’re having a very frugal Christmas. Can you offer any tips on setting financial goals for next year? I want to be better prepared for what may lie ahead! Getting Ready for 2021   Dear Getting Ready,  I am so sorry for the […]

Ask Chuck: Tips for Talking Finances With Your Spouse

Dear Chuck, My husband told me we need to discuss our family finances. I asked him if we could wait until after the holidays. He agreed to but I’m a nervous wreck. What should I do to prepare?  Nervous about Our Finances   Dear Nervous about Our Finances,  The fact that your husband wants to […]

Ask Chuck: Stewardship and Living Beneath Your Means

Dear Chuck, I’m inspired when I meet people who have the capacity to live “high on the hog” but choose to live surprisingly simple lives. Many young people in my church are carrying student loans, while buying new cars, and more house than they need. How are they ever going to get ahead and become […]

Ask Chuck: Stewarding Health to Save Money

Dear Chuck, I am getting a little older in age, and things that were once simple, like exercising, require a LOT more effort. I’ve been advised over the years that good stewardship of your health is also good stewardship of your finances because being in good health can save you so much money. What’s your […]

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