Category Archives: Debt

Christian Financial Alliance: Should Churches Borrow Money?

The Christian Financial Alliance  was created to help readers.  The idea is this:  Create a panel of biblical finance gurus.  People who take seriously the call to teach the Bible accurately with grace and truth.  Once a month, we post a question with a response … Continue reading

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Christian Financial Alliance: Should Christians give while getting out of debt?

The Christian Financial Alliance  was created to help readers.  The idea is this:  Create a panel of biblical finance gurus.  People who take seriously the call to teach the Bible accurately with grace and truth.  Once a month, we post a question with a response … Continue reading

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Debt…Causing Trouble Even After You’re Gone

(This is a post I wrote for onemoneydesign.com) Today we are going to look at a famous story from the Old Testament.  As I read over this account, it brings to mind old felt-board Sunday School lessons!  But aside from … Continue reading

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Putting Your Life In the Hands of Another? Advice for Getting Out of Debt

(This is a post I wrote for onemoneydesign.com) If you haven’t read my post “The Bible’s Connection Between Debt and Slavery”, you can read it here.  Essentially, in biblical times slavery more commonly resembled what we might think of as … Continue reading

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The Biblical Comparision of Debt and Slavery

(This was a post I wrote for onemoneydesign.com) I know, I know, it seems like this topic is a little “overdone”, but I think at times us crusaders of Christian finance often make a statement connecting debt to slavery without … Continue reading

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Are You Sending Your Children Into Slavery?

(This was a post I wrote for onemoneydesign.com) Ok, ok I know my title is a little risky—shock factor, if you will.  However, when you look deeply into the Old Testament language and cultural practices of the times, the connection … Continue reading

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Church Bankrupcy: Learning From Our Mistakes

If you hadn’t read the headlines, one of America’s “mega-churches” is filing for bankrupcy.  (Click here for story). Normally I try to avoid commenting negatively on current events/authors/books/etc. because it can create divisions that might not be necessary, instigate battles that really … Continue reading

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Should Churches Borrow Money?

This post is a “team effort.” It combines some points made by Larry Burkett in an article titled “Should Churches Borrow Money?” and my own thoughts and convictions. The article can be found in Using Your Money Wisely. (Link to … Continue reading

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