Handling God's Blessings His Way for His Glory
Biblical wisdom and practical advice for the questions you have about money, work and relationships.
January 8, 2016
Episode 160: Where There’s No Margin, There’s No Ministry

Ben’s school loans are all at variable interest rates. Should he consolidate them into one fixed rate? Lindy asks for advice on teaching her teenage daughter the importance of tithing with her money. Susan wonders if her housing expenses should be no more than 25% of her income even if she’s renting. Valerie wants to go to Financial Peace University but doesn’t think her husband will go with her. What should she do?

Today’s featured Scriptures include Proverbs 11:25, Malachi 3:10 and Matthew 3:23.

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.

January 8, 2016
Episode 160: Where There’s No Margin, There’s No Ministry

Today's Episode Summary

Ben’s school loans are all at variable interest rates. Should he consolidate them into one fixed rate? Lindy asks for advice on teaching her teenage daughter the importance of tithing with her money. Susan wonders if her housing expenses should be no more than 25% of her income even if she’s renting. Valerie wants to go to Financial Peace University but doesn’t think her husband will go with her. What should she do?

Today’s featured Scriptures include Proverbs 11:25, Malachi 3:10 and Matthew 3:23.

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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