October 2010

You Look Marvelous, Darling

October 29, 2010

Tweet This next to the last myth from Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater is one that really hits home for me. It really describes where my wife and I were not too many years ago. You can read more about our story at here. This sixth myth is that we can put off […]

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The Heavenly Money Machine

October 25, 2010

Tweet Today we’re looking at myth number five from Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater. This is another myth that I have seen first hand. Too often people rely on God’s providence to bail them out of a financial hole they’ve made for themselves. They justify it to themselves by saying “well I’ve paid […]

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There’s One Born Every Minute

October 21, 2010

Tweet Another myth in our series from Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater is one that has always bothered me. It seems as though Christians are often more gullible than the general population. Christians tend to be more trusting of others because of our desire to expect the best out of everyone. I used […]

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The Biggest Reason to Have a Plan for Your Money

October 18, 2010

Tweet People have various reasons for wanting to get out of debt or get on a budget or create a retirement plan. Many of these reasons involve creating a better life for themselves. Maybe they want to stop having so many bills to pay. Maybe they want to have more freedom to take vacations or […]

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Workin’ For a Living

October 12, 2010

Tweet The third myth in our series of seven from Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater has to do with the excuses people make to avoid work. She calls these people self-righteous¬†slackers. The author identifies several different scenarios that she has run into during her counseling where people have tried to make excuses for […]

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A Handout or a Hand Up?

October 8, 2010

Tweet The second money myth that Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater addresses is that it is our Christian duty to always help everyone. There’s another word that can describe people that believe in this myth, enablers. I believe whole ¬†heartedly in helping people whenever I can with both my time and my finances. […]

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Money: The Fix-It Solution

October 6, 2010

Tweet Last week I reviewed a book titled Your Money God’s Way by Amie Streater. This book identifies the seven money myths that keep people from taking charge of their finances. I thought for the next few posts I would cover these myths one at a time. The first myth has to do with the […]

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