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The Focus Toolbox

The Focus Toolbox

The Focus Toolbox: 11 Tools to Banish Distractions & Become a Better Steward of Your Time We live in the most distracting time in human history. In fact, experts reported the average human attention span in 2000 was 12 seconds, but in 2015, that dropped to 8 seconds. To add a little perspective, that’s shorter […]

Surviving Spouse Checklist

Surviving Spouse Checklist

The first few weeks after the passing of a spouse are a difficult time in a surviving spouse’s life. Along with the grief of losing a spouse, there are many funeral, financial and estate details to be addressed along the way. We have compiled a checklist with some things that will need to be addressed […]

Top 17 Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

Top 17 Tips to Improve Your Credit Score

Do you want to improve your credit but don’t know where to start? Is it hard to see the light at the end of your credit tunnel? You’ve come to the right place! Here are 17 tips from our partners at  Christian Credit Counselors to start improving your credit so that you can achieve your […]

Facilitator ToolKit

Money Life Facilitator Toolkit

If you are facilitating the group version of our online MoneyLife Personal Finance Study, this toolkit is for you! We’ve assembled some resources to make your experience as the facilitator go as smoothly as possible. Access helpful videos, a PDF guide, and email templates using the links below. FACILITATOR TOOLS Facilitator Training Crown Connect Instructional […]

13 Ways to Save For Your Emergency Fund

13 Ways to Save For Your Emergency Fund

One of the best ways to break out of the debt cycle is to have an emergency savings fund to cover unexpected expenses.  This way, when your car breaks down or the refrigerator quits working, you won’t need to rely on credit cards or bank loans to cover the expense.We recommend saving $1,000 in your […]

Crisis Checklist

Crisis Checklist

Use this checklist to help you recover from a natural disaster or crisis. It can be hard to remember what you’re “supposed” to do during these times (like taking pictures of damaged property for the insurance company), so we made a checklist to make it easier for you. Print off a copy and store it […]