financing

This Week in Personal Finance – May 15, 2010

Personal Finance

I can’t believe it’s been a week since my trip to Knoxville, TN! God is doing some amazing things down there with a group of churches that are working across denomination, cultural and racial lines for the good of the kingdom and the good of the city! I’ve got hope that some good things like […]

This Week in Personal Finance – May 7, 2010

Personal Finance

I’m writing this from sunny, balmy Knoxville, TN! A group of eight of us from church came down to what’s called the Salt and Light conference. The conference is put on by the Compassion Coalition , a non-profit org. that desires to see churches live out Matthew 5:14, which calls believers to be salt and light […]

This Week in Personal Finance – April 16, 2010

Miscellaneous

Another week in the books!  Every time I write one of these posts I just can’t but think how fast the time flies! It seems like yesterday I was writing last week’s round up post! Anyways, it’s been a gorgeous week with the weather in my neck of the woods!  Upper 70’s, low 80’s is […]

This Week in Personal Finance – February 5, 2010

Miscellaneous

We finally got our internet hooked up at our house this week!  It’ll be good to get back to a regular posting schedule next week. I’m excited for this weekend because I get to teach a class to a Young Marrieds group at church on Money.  I’ll try to post some of the content from […]

Saving Your Finances in 50 Words or Less

Frugality

Sometimes less is more! Think about it. What’re your greatest memories? My most memorable times are ones with people I love and enjoy spending time with. Time to simplify? Spend less money on toys and more time with friends and family. Sometimes less is more  – even a blog post! Thoughts?

Friday Finance Round Up – September 18, 2009

Round Ups

This week’s Round Up includes posts on whether we might be heading for a double dip recession, the comparison of college debt to what grads make starting out, a hilarious parody song called The Government Can, an intriguing look at balancing the federal budget with a mandatory gorilla and a look at the REAL costs of owning a wireless keyboard and mouse.