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Four Secrets To Financial Success And The One Reason They Matter

The bedroom in my first apartment was so small I think it might have actually been a closet at one time. The walls in the kitchen/living room were so thin that I often watched the same programs as my next-door neighbor just so I could sync up the voices I couldn’t help but hear with the lips on the screen. …

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The Sin Of Busyness

Do You Steward Your Time?

If you are anything like me, the culture of busyness has a siren-like call on your soul. To others, that statement may seem like ridiculous hyperbole. But for those of us who have fallen victim to the addictive qualities of this culture, we succumb to an almost insatiable desire to busy ourselves with activities, to never find ourselves missing that …

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Do You Steward Your Time?

Do You Steward Your Time?

Much has been made in the modern evangelical church about the stewardship of finances, and rightfully so.  The collective American psyche has been saturated with greed, overspending and a false sense of self-sufficiency. In response, pastors and theologians have preached multi-month sermon series and written innumerable books in an attempt to revive a godly attitude toward finances. While these interventions …

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When Life Throws You a Curveball

When Life Throws You a Curveball

When Life Throws You a Curveball … Financially … See the Opportunity!! The stock market is up. The government says that the unemployment situation is better. If everything is so good, why aren’t my finances reflecting it? Why are things difficult? This is a statement that I hear all too often. There seems to be a real disconnect between what the media …

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