I published this post last year and I may well publish it again next year. It is not only a tribute to a man I loved dearly, but an inspiration to put others ahead of ourselves, even during the worst of times.
A recent article in Money Magazine provided some interesting statistics. A group of people was asked how they felt the economy would impact their lives. From questions about children to retirement and family life, the results were interesting to read. 53% of Americans aren’t sure their kids will be better off than they are. How […]
Fred and Angela have always loved Christmas, especially shopping for their kids and grandkids … unbridled shopping, as in thousands of dollars shopping. The problem is that Fred and Angela do not have thousands of dollars to spend on Christmas. To the contrary, they have tens of thousands of dollars in credit card debt, car […]
Summer is winding down and so are vacations. With school in full swing and the holidays around the corner, a vacation may not be in your budget…but we can’t help but think about one every now and then. It’s good to have a break without forking over a lot of your hard earned money, which […]
In my post, “Should You Leave an Inheritance to Your Children?”, I concluded that giving some inheritance to my children while I am still alive is a good idea. While I haven’t totally changed those plans, Randy Alcorn’s book “Managing God’s Money”, has me rethinking this entire inheritance issue…again. The following thoughts are worth considering […]