We learn as we grow, but that can be especially true in our faith journey with money. Stewardship educator Grace Pomroy explains how her financial history led her to see God’s abundance. (Photo: Kevin M. Klerks, Creative Commons)
Between buying gifts, decorations and party supplies, it’s easy to bust your budget in the Christmas season if you’re not careful. Forbes magazine suggests strategies to budget your spending. (Photo: Deklofenak, Big Stock)
How are church gifts received and donors thanked? What gifts are not acceptable? A gift policy can help a congregation answer these questions before they arise. The Center for Faith & Giving explains. (Photo: Asenat29, Creative Commons)
It’s hard enough to make ends meet, but the job is tougher when inflation eats away at your take-home pay. This handy guide from CNBC gives you principles to help plan your personal finances. (Photo: Chris Potter, Creative Commons)
Budgets are tight, donations are in decline. What’s the best strategy for a church to embrace? Well, it’s NOT fundraising, a stewardship drive or a capital campaign, says Karl Vaters of Christianity Today. (Photo: Bev8200, Creative Commons)
Many church members become fuzzy-minded looking at a line-item budget. This year try a ‘narrative budget’ that connects offerings to vital ministries. From Center for Faith & Giving. (Photo: Chris Potter, Creative Commons)
Inflation is putting the pressure on family budget, and perhaps nowhere more than the food budget. How can folks put food on the table without sacrificing nutrition? Today.com offers some great tips. (Photo: Jack Sparrow, Pexels)
The 10-10-80 principle is a simple formula that can help many individuals and families achieve long-term financial stability. It’s relatively easy to understand and can help you get your finances in order. From Crosswalk.com.
Inflation is causing problems for everyone, especially retirees on fixed incomes or with limited investments. US News reports on strategies for retirees to handle their finances. (Photo: Pug50, Creative Commons)
Lots of faithful people struggle with money, especially in an unsettled economy climate like today’s. But three clear principles can help families get on track and stay there. From Crosswalk.com.