Category Archives: Debt

The BIGGEST Mistake of College Graduates

Congratulations! You did it. You crammed four years of school into five. You walked in a mere lad and now, several all-nighters and countless coffee cups later, you are a college graduate. The world is your oyster and your youth, … Continue reading

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Is Borrowing Money for College Bad? (5 Rules for Student Loans)

I work with college students at our church and I get asked questions about student loans all the time.  I figure it is a question well worth answering on the blog. So: Would the Bible condemn or condone the student … Continue reading

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Bikini Season and Borrowing Money (A Wiser Way to Look at Debt)

I read this proverb the other day and it made me think about debt in a deeper light.  The proverb does not directly address the practice of borrowing, but a closer look reveals its connection to leveraged living: “The prudent see … Continue reading

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Ten Reasons to Live DEBT-FREE

Ok, so plenty of people have written on the fundamental advantages of living debt-free.  This post is a little different.  I wanted to provide ten “lesser known” reasons for living debt free.  I want to shed light on things that … Continue reading

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Debt in tough times

With all of the economic mishaps, crisis, slowdown (whatever you want to call it) the truth of God’s word becomes all the more evident.  The Bible warns stongly against all of the dangers of debt.  Such warnings were laughed at … Continue reading

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