Posts Tagged ‘Contentment’

4 Ways Money Can Change You

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It seems second nature for us to wish that we had more money in fact, sometimes, even as Christians, we can put too much faith in money and get caught up thinking that money would solve our problems. Money can certainly change things, but unfortunately the thing it often changes is us and sometimes not…

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Capping Your Lifestyle

Capping Lifestyle

Have you ever taken the time to ask yourself how much is enough?  It’s a question we should really all explore from time to time.  The world around us seems to be on a never-ending chase for happiness and satisfaction and rarely takes time to sit back and enjoy the things they already have.  Today,…

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Moody Radio Interview 11-26-18 – Giving Tuesday

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Coming on the heals of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday gives us an opportunity to turn our focus away from material things.  This day was designed to be a celebration of generosity and can serve us all well as a reminder that there is a better purpose for our money outside of our…

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Moody Radio Interview 11-18-18 – Thanksgiving

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We’re in the time of year when we intentionally turn our focus to the act of giving thanks.  This gives us a good opportunity to reflect on what it means to give thanks and examine whether we’re thankful in all circumstances or just for the things that have gone according to our plans.  In this…

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Moody Radio Interview 5-9-17 – Capping Your Lifestyle

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We discussed the idea of capping your lifestyle in this broadcast.  The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Linda” on Moody Radio Indiana (97.9 FM).  You can read the corresponding article here. For more information on Moody Radio, go to moodyradio.org/indiana.   Brad Graber, CFP® has been working with clients on personal financial planning…

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Capping Your Lifestyle

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How much is enough?  That’s a question we should all take time to explore.  When studies have asked this question to individuals in different income ranges, the common response is always slightly more than they’re making today, regardless of their current level of income.  Those making $50,000 a year thought $55,000 would make life a…

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