Heather Koerner is a stay-at-home mom and freelance writer from Owasso, Okla.
God commands it, and your future wife will love you for it. Are you up for the challenge of being the primary financial provider for your family?
Feel like there's never enough time or money? Some experts say we're whiners. Some say we're robots. But Paul says something different.
We didn't gain a thing by waiting to get married. But we did risk some things and simply lost out on others.
Our culture gives us lots of reasons not to marry young. But are they good ones?
One reader thinks the Boundless money columnist has done everything right financially. But she's wrong.
Some say less is more. Where money is concerned, though, more can be less.
Joint vs. separate checking. Why don't secular and Christian financial advisors agree?
Of course, I can submit ... as long as my husband is right.
Is there a line I shouldn't cross to try to be beautiful? Or is it about more than a line?
I was overwhelmingly frustrated: Why in the world can't I handle one tiny baby and a 1,200 square foot house?
It was a good article. It had a good lesson. So why was I so irritated?
Will I find that my savings have rotted one day because I refused to turn them over to God?
You're in a financial hole — and it's a deep one. How do you even begin to get out?
If it's a Christian man's responsibility to protect ... what's mine?
What mistakes do I need to avoid when buying a home — and is there anything distinctive a Christian home buyer needs to consider?
Most women want to be stay-at-home moms. Heather decided to make that happen.
And you probably are too.
Scripture calls me the weaker partner. What's my response?
For me, the most chilling money verse in the Bible is Luke 16:11. What does it say? And what can I learn from it?
To stay at home with your kids, it's best to start planning now. But what happens when it's too late to plan? Or your plans just didn't work?
Think you want to stay home to raise your future children? Think you don't? Either way, you should read this.
Are you financially ready to tie the knot? I wasn't. But I learned that it's about more than just being ready.
Last month we talked about "why" you would want to pay off your mortgage. Now we talk about "how."
How do I look at a mortgage from a distinctly biblical worldview? Should it be my goal to pay it off?
"They sold their possessions and their goods," I read. Well, that's nice, I thought — for them.
I didn't expect a sermon from the 1700s to teach me much. But he was right then, and, surprising to me, right now.
We tell ourselves that we'd never sell our birthright for a bowl of stew. But do we just have a higher price?
It was only a 30-second radio commercial. But it reminded me about the true meaning of stewardship — that He is the owner and I'm just the steward.
It's time to buy a car. Since it's likely the second-largest purchase you'll ever make, you better get it right.
An Okie's brush with Texas Hold'em spurs some tough questions about poker.
A popular financial author advises how you can "finish rich." But is that what a Christian should be concerned with?
You may not find "credit card" in your concordance, but the Bible has a lot to say on the subject. This time of year, more than ever, we need to listen.
I wanted to take care of my baby full time. But doing so seemed financial risky. I found myself hesitant to do the right thing because of fear.
A new study says we're lousy at saving for retirement. Is that a problem?
Are you getting ready to tie the knot? How about preparing to share the purse strings?
Thinking of buying a home? Here’s how to make sure you’re ready — and that you buy smart.
Guys, you may not be tempted by shoe clearance sales. But do you know your three money blind spots?
Are you feeling lonely? Consider these tips from money coach Sharon Durling. They may save your self-esteem and your wallet.
I always knew Christmas and money go together; it took a melancholy cartoon character to help me learn how.
Giving thanks with my mouth was easy. Giving thanks with my checkbook wasn’t.
Just graduated? Just married? Then taxes are coming for you. Are you ready?
Getting school loans is the easy part. What's harder is figuring out how to pay them back without sacrificing your family's future.
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