Archive for the ‘stewardship’ Category

Does Your Pastor Check Your Giving Record?

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

One of my favorite blogs is Free Money Finance. I am always careful to check out FMF's Sunday posts that almost always have to do with tithing or some aspect of the Bible and finances. I recently heard an interesting statement on the topic of giving and tithing. In the church I ...

Free Shredder with Purchase

Friday, October 19th, 2007

It is important to have a paper shredder around the house these days. Everyone knows that identity theft is a big problem and sometimes the easiest way to steal an identity is by using the papers that you throw away. I would recommend a heavier-duty shredder if you can afford ...

I Am Not Anti-Environment

Monday, October 15th, 2007

Some of you might think so after reading my post for Blog Action Day. However, please check out Five Cent Nickel's matching donation effort on behalf of The Conservation Fund and help if you can. I am very impressed the work done by this group. From their site: The Conservation Fund is ...

Energy Saving Tips from Money Magazine (and one from my dad)

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

This month's issue of Money Magazine offers several ways to save money by reducing energy costs. Many of them are things we have heard before, but it doesn't hurt to go over them again since all energy costs are rising quickly. #1 Upgrade your heating and cooling equipment. This can be ...

Can I get a refund?

Friday, September 7th, 2007

There are some areas of personal finance on which I know very little. There are areas of technology about which I know very little. However, it is virtually a self-evident truth that technology prices drop rapidly. I have followed the current iPhone controversy with great interest.Maybe my perspective is limited, ...