Charitable Giving

Advantages of Your Charitable Giving In 2015

Taxes

Tax Deductions Advantages of Your Charitable Giving in 2015 If you are one of the many individuals that elect to show your generosity throughout the year by donating your time, money, and other resources to people, businesses, and organizations, it is imperative that you become familiar with the tax deductions advantages associated with your charitable […]

Are You a Thief in Your Own Church?

True Wealth
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We think we’re pretty good people for the most part, don’t we? After all, we haven’t killed anyone; we don’t lie – at least not to purposely hurt someone; and we certainly wouldn’t steal anything.  OK, maybe once – when we were little (you remember that pack of gum from the grocery store?). Perhaps a closer […]

5 Ways You Can Become More Generous

Personal Finance

Generosity should be one of the leading marks of any Christian. Yet, so many of us are tight-fisted when it comes to our finances. Why is that? Part of the reason, in my opinion, is that money is our idol! If we were really honest with ourselves, we’d admit that we love it.  We live […]

How to Handle an Abundance of Wealth

Personal Finance

If you one day find yourself in the fortunate position of coming upon a large sum of wealth, you may be at a loss for what to do with it. Sure there are plenty of choices: spend it, save it, invest it, and so on, but what if these options aren’t enough? Is there some […]

Who Should Christians Give To?

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Should Christians Donate to Charity or To The Local Church? So a couple weeks ago we looked at the question of, “How Much Should Christians Give?”. Part One set the stage and Part Two really delved into why we want to know how much to give and why the New Testament is eerily silent on the topic […]

3 Easy Ways to Help Others

True Wealth

Most people I know have an innate sense for helping others. We may argue over how much we should help each other or even what the the best way is to help others. We may discuss the government’s role in helping others versus our local church. But, we often dismiss how our economy is set […]

This Week in Personal Finance – January 8, 2010

Round Ups

This Week in Personal Finance takes a look at interesting articles, posts and news from the past week in the personal finance arena.  Give these articles a click!   Kiplinger takes a look at 13 Careers for the Next Decade – I was surprised to see Veterinarian on there. Joe takes a look at the Fine […]