Last time we heard how our panelists experienced or witnessed repossessions and homelessness, how they racked up large amounts of debt, and how they suffered the consequences of poor money management. With education and determination they overcame their financial struggles, and now in part two of our discussion they offer practical tips for getting out of debt, staying out of debt, making wise money choices, and moving toward financial freedom.
Guests: Dean Sweetman,
The Bible tells us to be generous and cheerful givers. “Cheerful” in this instance comes from the Greek word meaning “hilarious.” Is it possible to give hilariously? Dean Sweetman, founder of church giving app Tithe.ly, explains what that looks like for young adults who may not have a lot to give. He also discusses the latest trends in church giving: who gives, how often and when, and how we can trust God and bless others through giving and stewarding our resources wisely.
Guests: Patrick Hill,
A listener has a bad habit of looking at every single woman he meets as a potential girlfriend or wife. It’s stressing him out, and he wonders how to look at these young ladies as sisters in Christ rather than women he might want to pursue for a relationship. Counselor Patrick Hill has some advice.