October 21, 2008
18 ways to live below your means
The biggest criticism of the church is that it's not relevant to everyday living. I think our current state of affairs lends the church the perfect opportunity to extend an alternative take on personal finances.
What are you doing in your church to help your members/people in your community build better financial habits?
Jesus had a lot to say about money. Given our current economic situation, we obviously haven't been paying attention. Or maybe we've just ignored it.
Consider using this international crisis as a bridge-building opportunity with those outside your church to offer them another way to live, another perspective on money and an alternative purpose for life.
And know that practical advice is best. People intuitively know that their approach may not be the best. What they don't know is how to change their behavior to yeild different results.
Maybe this will help you get started: Here are 18 suggestions to lower your expenses and decrease your spending habits.
Posted by bstroup at October 21, 2008 9:32 AM
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