Recently, my used lawn tractor of five years finally bit the dust. This has been a death long in the making. While I wasn’t exactly surprised, I was annoyed. The biggest annoyance was that I had set aside a specific… Read More »Three Lessons About Money from My New Mower
Baby steps are for babies. Of course it’s easier to reduce Christian Money to ‘7 steps to make God happy with your money’. My experience with having a relationship with a living God, however, is that it’s a little more… Read More »The Five Principles of Mission Minded Money
“A Penny saved is a penny earned” “Waste not want not.” Across the country, a cold shudder runs over the waiters and waitresses on Sunday afternoons, as the notoriously stingy after-church crowd descends on their restaurants. Christian business owners… Read More »The Sacred Act of Wasting Money
Having an emergency fund is a hot topic in personal finance. I myself used to have a fairly large five figure savings account that I kept around for ‘emergencies’. But how do we line up the risk taking words of… Read More »Emergency Fund and Faith: Can You Have Both?
‘How to Talk to Your Spouse About Money” is a guest post by author Katie Pozzuoli Prior to committing to becoming debt-free, money was a source of tension in our marriage. My husband, Joe, and I often arrived at the… Read More »How to Talk to Your Spouse About Money
In the continuing wake of a broken health care system, medical bill sharing companies such as Christian Health Ministries, have stepped into the gap to provide affordable health coverage to like minded individuals. The problem with test- driving any insurance,… Read More »Our Christian Healthcare Ministries Maternity Claim
A question I get asked a lot is: What IS ‘Mission Money’ anyways? That’s a fair question. It’s a term I coined, so it probably deserves it’s own explanation. And even a new way of looking at money altogether. Put… Read More »What is Mission Money? Access my Free Tool.
Recently, I got back from another inexpensive family vacation in Corpus Christi, TX. Where people listen to Waylon Jennings and wear cowboy hats unironically. It was a good trip with all things required of a beach vacation. Sun, pool, food… Read More »My Inexpensive Family Vacation for $324
After all the work we’ve put in to raising her, at the ripe age of 8 my daughter has began her career as a white collar criminal. Dipping her hands into the till of our family money. In a moment… Read More »My Daughter the Embezzler: Where’s the Family Money?