I frequently share short phrases of advice. Here are some of my favorites. The fifth phrase is becoming more meaningful as our children are now all taller than me. I am the shortest in our family now! I am realizing that time truly flies and that I must seize each moment or it will vanish ...
How to Give Even When Money is Tight, Part 3
70% of people are living paycheck to paycheck. 2/3 of people don't have a written plan for spending. The majority of people are not ready for an emergency over $1000. With money so tight, how can one even think about giving or tithing? In the final episode of this fantastic series on "Hope in ...
How to Work Yourself Out of a Job
I am going to come right out and say it. Raising and releasing spiritual leaders is what God calls parents to do. While there are millions of blogs, books, and podcasts on the raising portion, very little is shared on releasing. Maybe because it is the most gut-wrenching part of our jobs. ...
Teaching Money Management to Kids, Part 2
"Impress [financial wisdom] on your children. Talk about [money management] when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up. Tie [monetary self-control]
What are the Basic Skills of Learning?
Jenna asked a great question on the ABCJesusLovesMe Facebook Group... What are the basic skills needed to learn? Are they letter recognition, sounds, etc? Preschool learning apps and TV programs
Hope in Christian Finances, Part 1
A few weeks ago I asked on Facebook, "What do you wish you would have learned about money as a child?" Here were the top three answers. Then I asked what the biggest issues you are facing with