Category Archives: Spending

When is it “ok” for Christians to spend money on themselves?

(This is a post I wrote for onemoneydesign.com.) Many Christians struggle with whether or not it is good, or godly, to spend money on our own enjoyment.  While there are a lot of ways one could respond to this question, … Continue reading

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How To Build A House

Ok, I’ll be the first to admit that my title might be a little misleading. This post is not a process for analyzing your personal financial situation (and whether or not you are ready to build a house). Instead, it … 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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Spenders and Savers: The Pros and Cons of BOTH

Monday’s post on Storing or Pouring: How Should a Christian Build Wealth? got me thinking and I came up with this: Are you a Spender or Saver? The Pros and Cons of BOTH Life seems to throw dichotomies at us … Continue reading

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