Jenny calls in to ask about paying off her high-interest credit card even though it isn’t the smallest debt in her snowball. Jared is a full-time college student wondering how much he needs in his emergency fund. Stacy wants to know if couples should have individual or joint checking accounts. Hagen feels called to work in ministry but isn’t sure if he should get a theology degree. Diana can’t afford to send her high school senior to a four-year university. What are some other options?Today’s featured Scriptures include Proverbs 13:12, Proverbs 21:20 and 1 Timothy 6:17.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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