Category Archives: Faith

What’s So Good About Good Friday? A Word on Easter from Practical Stewardship

We are in Passion Week, the week leading up to Easter. Last Sunday we commemorated the Triumphal Entry of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem (John 12:12-13) just five days before his execution, which would happen on a day we call Good … Continue reading

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What Do You Do When You and Your Spouse Don’t Agree About Money?

Do you and your spouse always agree about how to handle the finances? If you are like people in most marriages, a situation is bound to come up here and there when you don’t agree about finances. So what do … Continue reading

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A Christian Culture…for Kids

Enculturation. It’s a loaded word. But when Paul tells fathers to raise their children in the “discipline and instruction of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4), he is talking about bringing children up in a particular Christian culture. Creating a distinctively Christian … Continue reading

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Questions Worth Asking #11: Spending Money Prayerfully!

Out of the abundance of the checkbook, the heart spends. Or something like that.   It’s true. If you’re interested if knowing what is important to me, a look at my checkbook register would be a great starting point. It … Continue reading

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Our Love Story

Stacy over at Stacy Make Cents, asked me to share the story of how Jonathan and I got together. I think it was a great exercise to put into words the story of how we met and fell in love:). … Continue reading

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