We’ve all heard the term ‘opposites attract’. While this can lead to an initial attraction, it can also lead to potential downsides in a marriage once the dust settles.
When Money is Destroying Your Marriage – Marriage and Money Seminar
If you find that the majority of your arguments stem from money problems, it’s time to take a stand and commit to resolving the issues before they destroy your marriage.
Dealing With Toxic Relationships – Marriage and Money Seminar
Some people choose not to deal with an issue to avoid conflict. It then becomes the elephant in the room and over time resentment and bitterness set in.
Are We Heading For Another Financial Crisis?
Interest rates rising, businesses shutting down and stock markets facing a downturn has all led to an inevitable question – are we facing another financial crisis?
Staying United Through a Financial Crisis – Marriage and Money Seminar
The end of cheap money is a game changer. Preparing for difficult times and having a plan of action will be of immense benefit to staying united through a financial crisis.
Conversations to Have Before Marriage – Marriage and Money Seminar
Being in love is an enchanting experience, but it may cloud your judgement. When you’re in a state of infatuation, you tend to become self-centered, blocking out obvious red flags.
Surviving Financial Challenges – Marriage and Money Seminar
We are facing some significant challenges as a nation and some families are doing it harder than others. Interest rates are climbing, and the cost of living pressures are taking their toll, not just on our bank balances, but also on our relationships and marriages.
Planning For Retirement – Marriage and Money Seminar
When you consider the expense of raising children, paying off a mortgage and all the other pressures young adults face, it is little wonder they get to middle age and find their superannuation funds lacking.
The Blessing of Giving, Saving, Spending – Marriage and Money Seminar
Money can make our lives easier and provide more choices for a better life. When it comes to marriage, money can either bring couples closer together or tear them apart. Discover how the principle of giving, saving, spending can bring blessings.
Should We Tithe When in Debt? Marriage and Money Seminar
Giving, according to your ability, is considered an important aspect of Christian life, with many believers seeing it as a way to honour God and contribute to the work of the church or religious organisations.
8 Reasons Your Members Don’t Give Generously
It would be nice if all our weekly attendees gave regularly to Church. But the statistics show that the average Christian is only giving around 2% of net income.
5 Ways To Strengthen Your Family Finances
If we’re honest, most people struggle with money at some point in their life, whether it’s learning the basics, getting ahead, saving for retirement, avoiding or getting out of debt and even spiritual challenges such as wrongly getting our identity from what we own.
Why Choose a Christian Financial Adviser?
Choosing a financial adviser is a big decision. As you search for the best professional for your situation, make sure you also add faith background to the list of considerations
The Building Blocks of a Generous Church
Generous Churches don’t happen by accident. A generous Church is borne out of proper planning and a work of the Holy Spirit in the lives of a Church’s members.
8 Financial Tips To Start Strong in 2023
The starting point for our finances should be handing it all over to God. The Christian life is a surrendered life. We surrender it all to him, including our finances.
What is financial holiness? The word holiness is very prevalent in scripture. It’s the idea of being spiritually whole and of unimpaired innocence and virtue.
Transforming Our World Through Wealth Creation
What is the role of wealth creation in transforming our world? We know that Jesus said this is one of the things at the heart of what it means to be a Christian. We have to have our financial priorities in place. But how do we actually go about creating wealth?
Is Chaos Coming to the Economy?
When we think chaos is coming, it’s easy to worry about the future. But how can we use the Bible to help us deal with hard times?
Managing Financial Conflict in Relationships
Many of us know that financial conflict is one of the most common causes of marriage breakdowns. Cost of living increases and rising interest rates are placing even more strain on relationships, with families struggling to keep up.
Identity Theft and Credit Cards
Identity theft is something that many people have to deal with today. Credit cards remain one of the most common ways that people’s identities are stolen. How big of a problem is identity theft? Are there any other places we could be at risk?