If you’re not ready to sacrifice your honey ham, but are hoping to reclaim some of the season’s simplicity, I invite you to read on.
Gift giving shouldn’t be a weapon used in sibling (or any other) rivalry. Nor should it be a way to boost your ‘relative’ self-esteem.
Generosity was never meant to be a leftover. Generosity was meant to be the priority.
The good news is that by using your God-given creativity, you can create big romance on a small budget.
How much will most of us be spending this Christmas? According to the American Research Group, about $800.
Could you reduce your spending to $100 this Christmas?
Too many of us have fallen prey to marketing hype. But at some point you have to realize more is not always better.
We’ve all heard it many times: It’s not how much you earn but how you SPEND what you earn that counts.
Behavior change isn’t the only key to taking control of your money. You need a change in mindset, too.
Though He can’t be physically seen, heard, or touched, at times, God’s love and provision remain with us, and there is evidence in your wallet to prove it!
A surefire way to squelch the desire for more is to pause and assess all existing blessings from God.
Help us to remember that the gift of Christ, Immanuel, is our greatest treasure, not just at Christmas, but for the whole year through.