Second only to love, the Bible talks more about money than any other subject. This week on the Kitchen Table, Shine.FM Ministry Director Brian McIntyre Utter and his son Jake share across the table about practical ways to trust God with our money. In Music Matters, new music from Skillet, NF, and an oldie, but goldie from Skillet. In Culture Shock, new research from the Barna Group show that Dad’s need to step up! Be sure to subscribe to get all our Shine.FM podcasts.
Do you want to keep a budget, but aren’t sure where to start? Or maybe you have your money in a few different places and want an easy way to keep an eye on it all? In today’s Lisa’s Home School, check out the best money management apps so you can dive in, start saving money, and live more financially secure! Bonus: most of them are free!
All of the reasons to refinance are designed to save you money, and with the new year in full swing, now’s the time to take a look at your finances! Read through these 5 reasons to refinance and see if it’s for you.
Have you been looking for ways to pay off your debt? Listen to Lisa’s Home School for some advice that could help you save instead of spend.
Someone is leaving enormous, four- and five-figure tips on small checks at restaurants all over the country. But who, and why? Who isn’t really know. But here how Jesus has influenced their actions right here:
Black Friday is all about buying; however, Lisa provides a list of what not to do on this hectic day that may change your own list. Listen here!
Other things on the list of what NOT to buy:
-Home improvement supplies and tools
It’s easy to fall into the habit of paying your bills automatically out of your account. This may be okay for a few bills, but not all! Listen here!
Certain Cell Plans
Your August days and nights may be obscured by hazy weather and back-to-school mania. However, our shopping guidelines are clear about what you should, and should not, buy this month. Many of these deals are obvious – patio furniture and grills. But 3D HDTVs are also at an all-time low. Find out what to buy, and what NOT to buy in Lisa’s Home School.
As the cost of attending weddings increases, so does the volume of RSVPs marked “Declines with regret.” 43% of Americans say they’ve declined to attend a wedding for financial reasons. I get it! The average cost of attending a wedding — including expenses like hotel stays, bachelor and bachelorette parties, child care, and party attire — reached roughly $539 this year, up 60% from 2012. But if you don’t go, should you still send a gift? Find out details on wedding etiquette in Lisa’s Home School!
New research shows that preschool-age children understand the concepts of good nutrition, and those who read age-appropriate nutritional books were even more likely to make healthy choices. BUT eating healthy is expensive, so combine their KNOWLEDGE with some yummy, healthy, and relatively cheap food. Check it out in Lisa’s Home School.