I used to see my husband as the villain because he spent more money than I did. I wanted to save every penny and be the hero. But we’re now in agreement on budget issues. Here’s how we did it.
Money & Finances
You may feel bankrupt – but that’s only a description of your finances, not your marriage. By supporting each other, you can get out of debt, regain financial control and grow closer as a couple.
Dealing with money problems in marriage can be a challenge. But the process of handling a financial crisis well — whether it’s an “act of God” or the result of poor choices — is basically the same.
Ongoing communication about money and how you spend it can ultimately make the difference between a second honeymoon and a broken home.
What if planning your summer vacation had a bonus? What if planning your time away could strengthen your marriage? Here are three tips to build your marriage as you plan your vacation.
When the God-given money types work together in unity, not only can couples reach their financial goals, but they can also achieve a level of relationship health that transcends monetary value.
Every decade of married life presents its own financial risks and opportunities, and planning ahead can lay the groundwork for making wise money choices throughout the many years you’ll share together.
We all have goals or dreams of things we’d like to do for God, but it’s also important for us to live for Him daily. Here are some conversation starters to help you support each other’s goals.
The Lord knows we’re prone to want more than we currently have, even if we have a lot. To help us combat these cravings, God provides the best available counsel to manage this challenge — the Bible.
Managing finances in a blended family is complicated because of the interconnected relationships. Some of the traditionally accepted advice may not work, and new strategies are often necessary.