Giving

Tithing – How Much Should a Christian Give? Part 2

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Yesterday we set the stage for the topic of tithing and Christian giving. Today we want to delve a little further into giving and try to answer this question, “How much should I give?”. We are going to take a bit of a journey to get there, but that’s where we’ll end up. This post […]

This Week in Personal Finance – April 9, 2010

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It’s been a crazy couple of weeks around the R2 household and office!  There seems to be just a lot of stuff going on. I’m really looking forward to some rest this weekend! But, it’s another week in the books and it’s time for a quick tour. This Week in Personal Finance takes a look at interesting […]

What Is Your Motivation in Giving?

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Lately I’ve been reflecting on giving and our heart motivation behind it. I’ve had the great opportunity to teach a money class the last couple weeks to a Young Marrieds group at church and It’s been a great experienc for me, because I’ve had to spend some time digging in to Scripture to get me […]

This Week in Personal Finance – February 12, 2010

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It’s been a great week!  My first post as a writer went up on Christian PF (see link below).  I’m excited about the opportunity to write for a great site like that. The markets have been a little crazy this week and there still a lot of talk about our national debt.  The best thing […]

This Week in Personal Finance – January 29, 2010

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Another week “in the books”.  I can’t believe it’s almost February already. This was a fun week on R2 – if you didn’t check out my mom’s guest post on marriage you should! Anyways, This Week in Personal Finance takes a look at interesting articles, posts and news from the past week in the personal finance […]

How to Help in Haiti

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Many of us are still processing the devastating news heard last week about the earthquake in Haiti and the hundreds of thousands of lives it has affected. It’s hard for me to imagine going through something like that. This past weekend, as I was getting the final details of our new house squared away, getting […]

This Week in Personal Finance – January 15, 2010

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Today’s the big day! We are finally closing on our new house. We started the building process back in August of ’09, moved into the inlaws basement and recently have been frantically trying to get a bunch of little things done so we can keep our closing date. We locked in our rate back in […]

Why You Have a Hard Time Sharing Your Wealth And How To Overcome It!

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If you were really honest with yourself right now, wouldn’t you admit that oftentimes it’s hard to share!?  C’mon, it’s not easy to give things to others without strings attached or to let people borrow items without being worried about getting it back in one piece or getting it back period. You know why I know […]

5 Money Lessons to Learn Early On

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  If you haven’t yet, consider staying current with Redeeming Riches by receiving my posts FREE through email or RSS Feeds here.  Also, follow me on Twitter here.   If I knew then what I know now – surely I would’ve done things differently! Every hear those words before? Every say them!? I catch myself saying them […]

The Paradox of Giving

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These posts are designed to offer Biblical insights into money and finances straight from the Word itself.  I like to include the ESV Study Bible notes as well for further reflection.  This weekend’s passage comes from Proverbs 11:24: One gives freely, yet grows all the richer; another withholds what he should give, and only suffers want. […]

The Fruit of Faithful Finances

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Are comfort, stability and security that comes from becoming debt free bad things? Maybe it depends on what you do with the money. Find out the real fruit of faithful finances.

Should You Give Money to a Homeless Person?

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It’s happened to all of us.  We’re walking along, minding our own business or perhaps enjoying a conversation with a friend and out of the corner of our eye we catch sight of him. There he is wearing layers of disheveled clothes, looking like he hasn’t showered in months and holding out a cup begging for change from every […]