November 2011

Does Buying Homeowner’s Insurance Mean You Don’t Trust God?

Insurance
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When you move into your own place, you move all your worldly goods and, most precious to your heart, your family into it. Do you want to protect it? Of course you do. Home insurance comparison sitesprofess that home insurance is absolutely essential, but just how essential is it? In the modern world, we’re faced […]

Kindle Fire Giveaway!

Miscellaneous
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Recently, Bible Money Matters posted an article about the Kindle Fire as an alternative to the iPad. In response to that article, a few Christian finance blogs decided put together a group giveaway, so now you have a chance to win a brand new Kindle Fire! Here are a few cool features of the Kindle […]

How Do You Know When God Asks You to Give Up Your Treasure?

Personal Finance
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I’m currently reading Pursuit of Godby A.W. Tozer.  I first read it eight years ago, but I wanted to re-read it because I remember how powerful it was at the time. If I had to choose only one book to recommend that will challenge you in your walk with God, it would be this book!  It will confront your idols […]

How to Save Money and Make Money on Amazon

Personal Finance
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If you like to shop, you can find nearly anything and everything on Amazon— with its enormous selection of items to choose from and its easy-to-use checkout, it’s no surprise that it has gained a huge following of loyal customers. Not only is Amazon a convenient place to shop online, it also is a great […]

6 Tips for Wise Credit Card Usage

Credit Cards
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With all the credit card debt out there, it seems like it would be helpful to define what appropriate credit card usage is. This begins with a preliminary observation. That is simply this – credit card usage is a choice. Thus, if you’ve proven to yourself that you can’t use them appropriately, then you’re better […]

Cheap in America: Who Gives More?

Personal Finance
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I came across this interesting video on who gives more? Poor, rich, or middle class? Liberal or conservative? Some of the stats might surprise you.