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What Does the Bible Say About Investing?

what does the bible say about investing

Christians should invest, not simply to accumulate wealth for their own sake, but to increase their effectiveness for God’s Kingdom. Teaching Christians to invest is as important as teaching them how to budget. It’s all part of living as faithful stewards. What the Bible Says About Investing Investing is a way to multiply the resources […]

What Does The Bible Say About Retirement?

What Does The Bible Say About Retirement?

We like the idea of retirement. After all those years of working hard, progressing in our careers, and making sacrifices, we feel like retirement is when we’ve finally made it. We see it as a season to enjoy all the luxuries we’ve convinced ourselves we deserve. Reaching 65 is heralded as a time when you […]

Ask Chuck: I Need Balance Between Work and Home

Dear Chuck, I work very long days and provide nice things for my wife and children. However, I’ve grown increasingly aware that I am missing out on valuable time with them. Can you help me find balance?  Torn Between Work and Home    Dear Torn Between Work and Home,  Having struggled with this early in […]

Ask Chuck: How Do We Avoid Bankruptcy?

Dear Chuck, My wife and I are reaching out for some financial advice. After I lost some of my leg (due to diabetes), I have struggled with depression and holding down a job. What does Crown offer someone like me?  Depressed and Near Bankruptcy    Dear Depressed and Near Bankruptcy,  Thank you for the opportunity […]

Ask Chuck: Should Christians Accept Student Loan Forgiveness?

Dear Chuck, I am bitter that I just paid off my federal student loan last year, after ten years of working a side job to do it! Seems grossly unfair that, all of a sudden, some people are getting a free ride. Shouldn’t Christians refuse this free money?  Bitter About Free Money   Dear Bitter […]

Ask Chuck: Should I Tithe on Gross or Net Income?

Dear Chuck, My wife and I have always tithed off our gross income. A few years ago we made the difficult decision to take our Social Security benefits to try and make our mortgage payments every month. Now that we are on a fixed income, I’m wondering if we should continue to tithe off our […]