The last couple months, we've been recapping our Biblical Approach to Finances series which we started back in 2022. In September, we reviewed the foundation basics, and in October, we reviewed budgeting. You can find those two posts below:
Thanksgiving is coming up in just a few weeks. We’re in the season where people tend to be more verbal about what they’re thankful for; however, having an attitude of thankfulness should be something we have all year, not just a few weeks out of the year. If
After spending several months going over how our attitude should be about our finances, there were two months focusing on budgeting -- budgeting basics and understanding debt. This month, we're going to briefly review those two blogs in case you missed them.
Check out the first section review here:
We've reached the last month studying through the letter of James. This section is a good wrap up to the rest of the study. While James mainly talks about prayer in these last verses, he also restates some of the key themes of the letter, such as going through trials
Last month, we wrapped up the Biblical Approach to Finances series. Since we started this series a year ago, I thought it would be helpful to recap the different sections and provide highlights for each over the next few months. This series was broken into 3 parts: giving, planning, and