It’s natural to earn and then 1.) spend, 2.) save, and if something is left over, 3.) give. My challenge to you is to reverse that. 1.) Give the first and best tenth, then 2.) save and set aside and then, 3.) spend what you need to spend for today.
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What’s the ONE subject almost no church leader enjoys talking about? Yep. Money. Talking about money feels icky. Asking for money makes us feel like we’re… Read More »7 Big Tips for Funding Your Ministry Vision This Year
Last month, I managed to put an extra $98.94 in a savings account, earn a few pennies in interest, and I never really missed it,… Read More »How I Set Aside $98.94 in a Month and Never Missed It
Is it really possible to just stop being poor? Not always. There are places in this world where there are no opportunities to pursue, no jobs… Read More »Stop Being Poor – 6 Tips for Improving Your Personal Finances