Episode 48: 7 Steps to Financial Freedom – Part 2

Episode 48: 7 Steps to Financial Freedom - Part 2

Crown Stewardship Podcast

Episode 48: 7 Steps to Financial Freedom - Part 2

About this episode:
This week on the Crown Podcast, we continue in our three part mini-series from some live teaching called The 7 steps to Financial Freedom. Chuck begins by recounting the story of how he and his wife, Ann, finally got on the same page financially. Once they agreed to agree with God, not only did their finances improve - but so did their marriage. Chuck then continues into sharing what should be our highest financial priority: giving. When Chuck and Ann made the decision to put God first in their finances, their priorities shifted as they began to focus on laying up treasures in Heaven. We know you’ll enjoy these relatable and encouraging stories! 

Podcast Highlights:

  •  Work as a financial team with your spouse to solve money problems - we fight each other instead of fighting the financial problem.
  • Being married to an “opposite” - why it can be a huge strength to your marriage when you start to appreciate your differences.
  • Chuck tells the story of a pastor and his wife whose financial struggles were transformed by learning about
  • Chuck explains “The Divine Order of Finances”.

About Our Host

Chuck Bentley is CEO of Crown Financial Ministries, a global Christian financial ministry, founded by the late Larry Burkett. He is the host of two daily radio broadcasts, The Crown Money Minute and My MoneyLife, featured on more than 1,100 Christian music and talk stations in the U.S., and author of his most recent book Economic Evidence for God?.   Chuck was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters by Capital Seminary and Graduate School, Lancaster, PA.  He and his wife, Ann, both graduates of Baylor University, have been married since 1978. They can be found reading and spending time outdoors with their family at their home in Knoxville, Tennessee, when they are not traveling the world together to advance Crown’s mission.  
They have four adult sons, two daughters-in-law, and six grandchildren.