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What do you do when it feels like you and your spouse can’t agree about money? John and Erin will share how to be patient when you and your mate are struggling to find financial unity. Featuring Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Ann Bentley.
Money. It’s one of the most common reasons couples fight. To help ease financial tension, John and Erin will share a helpful key for when you’re frustrated with your spouse’s financial choices. Featuring Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Ann Bentley.
Darby Strickland, a counselor and teacher at the Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation, defines financial abuse in marriage and offers advice for helping wives who are oppressed in this way.
As Russ grew in his understanding of God’s perspective on tithes and offerings, he realized there are powerful reasons to give.
Don’t waste this crisis. Use it to take control of your life. The best place to start is by making a list of what you have and what you need.
Many couples struggle with money, but making a financial plan can reduce stress in your marriage and help you set goals for the future.
COVID 19 — the “coronavirus” — is changing how we live, work and connect with others. It’s also affecting family finances as businesses close or reduce hours to help lower the risk of spreading the virus. Because the changes in the market will affect families, we’ve collected several tips and insights to help you and …
A growing number of Americans hide credit cards and bank accounts from spouses. Financial infidelity can damage your bottom line and destroy your marriage.