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 a young person, I didn’t realize the impact that early financial habits would have on my future,” says the author in this book excerpt. Join him on a journey of personal discovery and learn about practical and biblical lessons for wise money management.
How should we approach giving an allowance for our kids? How do we use chores to help our kids learn responsibility without just paying them for work?
Having open and honest communication around money management, you and your partner can share personal goals and concerns, understand each other’s financial habits, establish alignment, and agree upon a shared vision.
Teaching children biblical principles, is especially important when it comes to how they handle money.
When your oldest child is 30, and you ask him or her, “What’s your most treasured Christmas memory?” what do you want to hear?
Protect your marriage by avoiding these three financial stressors
Help your teen move from receiving to giving — using these six simple strategies.
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.