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The Cautious Debtor

The Cautious Debtor We’ve been looking at key characteristics of Prudent Spenders. We’ve noted that they are Generous Givers first and also Wise Savers. In addition to these two money personalities, Prudent Spenders are Cautious Debtors. A Cautious Debtor is one who avoids entering debt, is careful and strategic when incurring debt, and always repays […]

The Wise Saver

The Wise Saver We’ve been talking about Prudent Spenders – those who enjoy the fruits of their labor while guarding against materialism. We’ve seen that Prudent Spenders are, first of all, Generous Givers. But this is just the beginning. Prudent Spenders are also Wise Savers. They understand the importance of saving for their own needs […]

The Generous Giver

The Generous Giver In a previous article, we introduced the idea of Prudent Spenders – people who enjoy the fruits of their labor while guarding against materialism. But what makes up a Prudent Spender? Prudent Spenders are Generous Givers first of all. They make room for giving generously by living with gratitude and contentment, which […]

The Faithful Steward

The Faithful Steward When we talk about stewardship in church, our minds tend to go automatically to the offering plate (or the online giving portal). And while the Bible has much to say about giving, stewardship consists of more than just this.  Faithful stewardship is a key component of our walk with God – it […]

The Diligent Earner

The Diligent Earner When it comes to Earning, taking a Biblical approach can sometimes be challenging. Many in our congregations fall into one of two extremes on the “earner spectrum”. Some may be Disinterested Earners – people who simply put in the time and do what is required without any real sense of commitment or honoring […]


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