How can God use me right where I am? This is a question we ask ourselves because we have many commitments, just like you.
Recently, it has led to Karen helping assist our community to more effectively connect with different ethnic groups to help build relationships through which the gospel message can pass. She is also training and equipping a group of interns who will take the gospel to campuses around the country. I am transitioning to a new role that will help maximize AIA Sport TEAM’s resources to partner with even more organizations in the U.S. and around the world.
Please pray for our family. As we attempt to take back the enemy’s territory, he is on the attack. You are the foundation of what God has done through our ministry. We share the same vision of changing the world through sports by seeing a Christ-follower on every team…
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Randy Alcorn says, “Servants seek to be trustworthy, to handle their master’s estate in a way that would please him. They do this until the master returns or until death, no matter how many years it may be until then. Stewardship is the servant’s life calling. Resignation is not an option.” “It is required of […]
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What money lessons did you learn from your father?
By Deanna Di Lello
When I was seven or eight years old my father took me to the bank to open my first savings account. I had been given ten dollars as a birthday present and it was going in the bank to earn interest!
When the account was set up I was handed my very first bank book. Whenever I had Christmas or Birthday money – in the bank it went and I watched the number in my book go up and up. My father taught me to save, but that’s not all he taught me.
The value of money
I earned an allowance as a kid and when I was old enough I got a paper route. Buying a toy with the money I had earned was much…
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Based on an initial glance at the general habits of Millennials one would most likely scoff at our spending habits, willingness to save, and lack of financial literacy. We seem to spend a ridiculous amount of our money on unimportant things like coffee, random crap on Amazon, and super-awesome cocktails at hipster bars downtown. However, if you look with a bit of a wider lens you’ll notice a generation that, whether purposely or not, seems to have learned a lesson from the great recession.
Even if you are saddled with student debt, investing may prove to be one of the best ways to assist you in paying off your loans. When I completed law school and passed the bar, I faced the staggering reality that I would have to pay off student loans in excess of $300,000! This realization has not prevented me from investing money every month despite my initial hesitancy. The following article supports the proposition that monthly investments will assist graduates with student loan debt in the long run:
While I have (and will continue to) discuss the strategies memorialized in Benjamin Graham’s The Intelligent Investor, it would be prudent to purchase and read a copy of the book yourself prior to investing any personal funds. Adhere to Graham’s principles and you will find that success in the stock market is attainable.
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Happy Monday, book friends! I almost always read the books suggested to me. My boyfriend’s cousin knows I love to read, and he suggested The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey to me. He even had a copy he lent me…