Corporate Wellness

Personal financial struggles are impacting the lives of so many Americans that corporations are starting to take note of the many ways it’s affecting their employees.  As a result, some employers are working to take an active role in helping their employees build up emergency savings accounts.  According to Bankrate, 60% of Americans don’t have…

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Advice for Young Adults

How we start our journey into adulthood can often set the course for the rest of our lives, so it’s important that we make good decisions from the very beginning. The problem is that so many of the financial issues facing us at that age are completely new and we don’t know how to make…

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Do we know why we’re saving money?  There is a good biblical reason for us to save, but we also need to be careful that our hearts and our dependency on God aren’t compromised in the process.  The following recording is from “Mornings with Kelli and Steve” on Moody Radio Indiana (97.9 FM).  For more…

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God has given us a great privilege by making us stewards of the resources under our control. Our mission in managing His resources is the same as it is in every other area of our lives, to maximize His glory. As we strive to wisely manage the money at our disposal, we can choose to…

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It’s probably not a surprise to hear that Americans are not doing a very good job saving.  The typical reasons given range from monthly expenses being too high to simply not getting around to it yet.  The real concern is that if we aren’t able to save when the economy has been good for nearly…

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One of the basic economic lessons we need to understand is the relationship between risk and reward.  As stewards managing God’s money, we need to understand the amount of risk we’re taking and if the reward for that risk makes it a wise decision.  That concept is the topic of this week’s interview.  You can…

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Fear and greed are two of the most common emotions when it comes to investing. Unfortunately, fear is often driven by a lack of information and knowledge.  We tend to fear things we don’t understand and it doesn’t help when we hear horror stories of people losing money in bad investments.  Perhaps we even tried…

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