How Are You Doing With The Little Things?

How Are You Doing With The Little Things?

There is a story I love where a country boy says to farmer, who has some of the most beautiful land and crops he’s ever seen, “Look how God has blessed you with such a wonderful crop and beautiful land.” The farmer replies, “Yes, the Lord has blessed me indeed, but you should have seen […]

10th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management – What is Biblical Wealth?

10th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management – What is Biblical Wealth?

Today’s blog is the last of the 10 Principles of Biblical Wealth Management that I started in March. Hopefully all of you have gotten a chance to read all the Principles of Biblical wealth management in this series.

7th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Heritage Planning, Part II

7th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Heritage Planning, Part II

Last week I introduced the process called Heritage Planning and its importance. If you missed it, I would invite you to go back and read how estate planning has a 90% failure rate by the third generation if Heritage Planning is not included in estate planning. By including Heritage Planning, you don’t have to choose […]

7th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Heritage Planning Part I

7th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Heritage Planning Part I

Wisdom, Family Values, Money…if you could only leave two of these things to your children, which ones would they be? We’ve all heard of Estate Planning, but how about “Heritage Planning?” Today, and for the next few weeks, I’d like to talk to you about Heritage Planning.

6th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Estate Planning

6th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Estate Planning

PROVERBS 20:21(NASB) AN INHERITANCE GAINED HURRIEDLY AT THE BEGINNING WILL NOT BE BLESSED IN THE END. An estate is comprised of everything you own—cars, homes, other real estate, checking and savings accounts, investments, retirement accounts, mineral rights, life insurance, personal possessions, collectables, etc. Estate Planning includes protecting these assets while living, as well as pre-planning […]

5th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Financial Planning Part 2

5th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Financial Planning Part 2

Last week I covered the 12 different areas of financial planning I personally see on a daily basis that need addressing. This week I will finish up with Biblical financial planning by covering the 5 steps to set and achieve your financial goals.

5th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Financial Planning Part I

5th Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Financial Planning Part I

If you ask ten different people what financial planning is, you may very well get ten different answers. That’s because financial planning is very complex and covers many diverse areas. From my 29 years of experience here are 12 different areas of financial planning I personally see on a daily basis that need addressing. I […]

2nd Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Establish Written Financial Goals

2nd Principle of Biblical Wealth Management: Establish Written Financial Goals

Biblically, the act of writing means a great deal. It gives it priority, attention, and creates contemplation. Writing down your goals, desires, and beliefs is very much a Biblical Principle, as you can see from a few of the scriptures above. When you identify your goals and write them down, you are making a commitment […]