On today’s show, Monica calls to ask if it's a good idea for her brother to get a rent-to-own home. Denise tithes regularly but is frustrated because she can't afford to participate in her church's first fruits offering. Daniel has $80,000 in student loan debt and no degree. He wants to go back to school but doesn't know how to do so without accruing more debt. Phillip and his wife have $10,000 to put toward their debts. According to the debt snowball guidelines, they should apply it to the car payment, but they want to pay down their mortgage to save on interest. Why should they follow the Baby Steps? Also in this episode, Chris Brown gets a surprise phone call from Pastor Perry Noble of NewSpring Church.Today’s featured Scripture includes Proverbs 13:11, Proverbs 6:5 and Isaiah 53:5.Would you be interested in being a part of the show? If you have a question for Chris or a success story that you would like to share, please call him at 866.357.3283.
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