I’ve spent nearly 15 years working in finance, and here are the 7 best pieces of advice I can give you about money by Zack Friedman
Financial expert Zack Friedman shares seven practical tips for personal or corporate money management, including dealing with financial surprises, the difference between good and bad debt, and why it’s never too late to start saving.
After nearly 15 years working in finance at companies such as Blackstone and Morgan Stanley, I witnessed firsthand how companies can make (and lose) money.The good news is that the financial lessons I learned are not just for the Wall Street elite, which is why I want to share them with you.
When facing an increasingly evil culture, it’s critical that churches teach the gospel to children early and effectively. Chris Hefner lists five powerful ways churches can invite children to Jesus, including equipping their parents to be the primary disciplers in their children’s lives.
Jesus’ interaction with children from Matthew 19:13-15 is an instructive passage for churches today. You remember the story. Parents were bringing their children to Jesus, and the disciples were sending them away. Jesus rebuked his disciples and received the children. It is obvious from Jesus’ example that he cares deeply about younger generations.
Five Fears That Are Costing You Your Retirement by Art Rainer
Art teaches that hope does not get you to retirement. Habit does. Here are five fears of saving for retirement and how to conquer each one.
When it comes to retirement, statistics tell us that most of us are in trouble. The Bible tells us the importance of preparing for the future: Idle hands make one poor, but diligent hands bring riches. The son who gathers during summer is prudent; the son who sleeps during harvest is disgraceful (Proverbs 10:4-5).
Your employees learn what’s acceptable in the workplace, not by reading memos or handbooks, but by watching you. Do you constantly check your phone in meetings? Do you send emails late at night? Evaluating your own work tendencies may provide insight into your entire organizational culture.
Why would they think that?” he asked incredulously. Here we were, having another conversation with a senior executive about the interpretations his team was making based on the managerial behaviors that they observed.
The Truth About Confession by Karina Allen
Confession is vital for a believer’s spiritual growth, yet it can be an often neglected discipline. Karina discusses how confession takes believers deeper with God and each other and explains the subtle but crucial difference between transparency and vulnerability.
After hearing an amazing message by Kasey Van Norman about the Samaritan woman, I have been processing the difference between being transparent and being vulnerable — and how they both play out in my life.