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Faith and Finances provides Christ-focused financial teaching and approaches each financial topic with the premise, "What does the Bible say about that?"

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Sep 30, 2016

Finding a balance in managing time in our lives is often a daunting task.

  • Earning a living requires a good number of hours in our day, including a commute for some.
  • We should be getting about 7-9 hours of sleep
  • We need to have quality time with our families.
  • We have errands to run, bills to pay, and the pursuit of...

Sep 23, 2016

Many of us start out our adult lives in financial reactive mode.

Needing their own place to live, many young adults will naturally rent a place, bringing with it a slew of new bills: electricity, gas, water, internet, groceries.

It is easy to understand how we can get to the point where it feels like we are working...

Sep 16, 2016

Our lives are driven by habits.

We may have healthy habits or we may have negative and destructive habits.

What you do is habit and what you do not do is a habit.


In This Episode We Look At:

Identifying your own money habits

What is the first financial transaction you make on payday?

Are you addicted to...

Sep 9, 2016

We love sweets and deserts just as much as the next guy, but even common sense says that that one's diet shouldn't be mostly Snickers and ice cream.

Wanting to be faithful stewards in finances, we dive into a discussion of the cost of unhealthy eating versus the cost of healthy eating.


In This Episode We Look...

Sep 2, 2016

There are some things in this life that we desire more than others. People often desire such things as attention, fame, wealth and the accumulation of possessions.

Those all have a common factor: we can physically see them.

I submit that Christians tend to overlook the most valuable riches–the ones that are...