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Dec 13, 2019

I talk with my family frequently about the quality of food (or junk) that we put in our bodies. Yet there are times when I would see an amazing-looking dessert (just Google "Monster shakes") and all of a sudden I'm now telling my family how awesome this thing looks and that we ought to try it!

That is not integrity!

The healthy talk is somewhat recent in my life, but the junk food temptations stem from decades of bad habits.


In This Episode, We Look At:

Deep seeded bad habits and bad behavior do not suddenly disappear overnight. This applies to financial habits and behaviors as well.

You cannot dig yourself out of a 20, 30, or 40-year hole in just weeks or months.

Financial integrity means handling money in a manner consistent with your beliefs—and words.

Listen as we provide an Integrity self-test for Christians.


Improve Your Faith and Finances:

Saturate yourself in God's Word, seeking to learn what is acceptable, and then practice awareness of your own thoughts, words, and deeds.


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