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  • by Dan Preston
When I was a teenager, my mom took me to the local bank to help me open my first checking account. Along with the thrill of getting the seed money to help start it from my parents, I was also given some instruction in how to take care of the account.
  • by Judd Patton
Are you challenging yourself to “Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ?” (Colossians 2:8)
  • by Michael Kelley
Recently Pope Francis slammed capitalism and the free market, advocating redistribution of wealth and other steps to level out incomes between rich and poor. What does the Bible say about Christianity and capitalism?
  • by Lorelei Nettles
Sometimes, we can't see what needs to be done until it is written out before us in black and white.
  • by R. J'Non Whitlark
The subject of money and finances can be uncomfortable to discuss. What is our responsibility to each other in the Church in this regard and what did Jesus mean when He said, "The poor shall be with you always"?
  • by United Church of God
Will Rogers once said, "Our problem is not what the dollar is worth at home or abroad—it is how to get hold of it, whatever it's worth."
  • by Ewin Barnett
Nothing has dominated the news over the last few years like the economic crises still battering many nations. What, fundamentally, is the problem? Let's examine some financial basics from a biblical perspective.
  • by Rex Sexton
Just over 40 years ago the United States government decided to go off the gold standard, U.S. dollars no longer being backed up by their value in gold. Four decades later we are feeling the economic crunch that comes from unwise financial practices. Jesus Christ's coming rule on earth represents the only real solution.
  • by United Church of God
God expects us to be productive and to use our abilities to support ourselves, our families and others who are in need. But to be truly successful, we need God's blessings—and He will bless us when we use our money to reflect His priorities.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Notice these sobering words from The Wall Street Journal: "Never in the World Economic Forum's 40-year history have business and political leaders gathered in Davos [Switzerland] with so many pressing issues to discuss" ("A World of Troubles," Feb. 3, 2010, emphasis added throughout).