Crosswalk.com – Finances
  • How to Keep Holiday Stress from Sabotaging Your Marriage

    It’s easy to let the busyness of the season take priority over your spouse, but the last thing you want is for the holidays to put stress on your marriage.

  • 10 Things to Do on Black Friday Besides Shop

    Most people know what to expect at a Black Friday sale. For those looking to avoid the usual frenzy, here are ten things to do on Black Friday besides shop.

  • What Is Tithing and Do I Have to Do It?

    “Do I have to tithe?”  The short answer is—No, you don’t have to do it. God isn’t a tax collector, nor does He demand your obedience. God loves you so much He gives you the choice. But why wouldn’t you want to give back to Him? If you’ve placed your eternity in His hands, why wouldn’t you be eager to bring tithes and offerings to say thank you to the God of all creation? But does what the Word say about tithing? Is tithing just Old Testament stuff? Photo courtesy: Pexels.com

  • How to Solve Financial Problems by Changing Your Attitude about Money

    If you’re struggling to manage your money but can’t seem to change unhealthy behaviors (like spending too much) there’s hope.

  • Can We Really be Joyful without Money and Stuff?

    Sitting Bull, the great Sioux chief, once said of the white man, “The love of possessions is a disease in them.”

CBN – Financial Videos
CBN – Financial Aricles
  • Frank Nico on 2020 Year-End Giving

    Frank Nico, Executive Director of CBN Planned Giving, discusses year-end giving ideas and strategies, rules affecting charitable giving, legacy planning, and more.

  • Dave Says: Use Non-retirement Account to Pay Off Debt?

    Dear Dave, I have $11,000 in a mutual fund account that is not a retirement account. My wife has a retirement account through her job as a teacher, but I do not have one at all. We’re in Baby Step 2, so should we cash out the $11,000 in the investment account to help pay off debt? Chris Dear Chris,

  • A Hand of Blessing for a Young Military Family

    This shouldn’t be happening to a hardworking military family, but Kyle, Emily, and their four children faced escalating bills. Living paycheck to paycheck and facing creeping credit expenses, they didn’t see an end to their dilemma. Someone cared enough to reach out and help. See why Kyle and Emily are thanking God for you!  

  • How to Land Your Dream Job

    The key to finding work you love to do is persevering in the pursuit of your dream job despite the obstacles. Despite the pandemic, the payoff can be huge!

  • From Debt and Despair to a Life of Financial Freedom

    Rhonda worked two jobs seven days a week yet struggled to get by. She even hunted for loose change just to buy food. See how an important decision and a God-orchestrated phone call set her on a track filled with peace, favor, and a flood of financial increase. Learn the important spiritual keys that you can also apply to experience God’s blessings!

Focus on the Family – Finances
  • Money and Marriage — How to Thrive in Love and Money

    Money and marriage. A recipe for disaster or a chance at growth? Shaunti and Jeff Feldhahn share ways for couples to succeed financially and relationally. The post Money and Marriage — How to Thrive in Love and Money appeared first on Focus on the Family.

  • Caring for Abused Kids and Wounded Horses

    How one couple worked together to fulfill a dream of caring for both The post Caring for Abused Kids and Wounded Horses appeared first on Focus on the Family.

  • Game-Changing Marriage and Money Insights

    Jeff and Shaunti Feldhahn describe how couples can avoid tension and conflict over money by communicating about it regularly, openly, and honestly. Our guests highlight several helpful practices for building financial unity, like establishing common values, overcoming money fears, and avoiding 'knee-jerk' reactions. The post Game-Changing Marriage and Money Insights appeared first on Focus on the Family.

  • Managing Money Well During a Crisis

    The Coronavirus pandemic has had a hard-hitting impact on millions of Americans and their family budgets. On this broadcast, finance expert Michelle Singletary offers practical advice for the wise management of money during this crisis and encourages listeners to trust in God for His provision. The post Managing Money Well During a Crisis appeared first on Focus on the Family.

  • Family Finances: Quick Links to Help You and Your Spouse Through the Coronavirus Crisis

    As you and your spouse sort through family finances in the wake of the coronavirus, use these links to find helpful financial resources. The post Family Finances: Quick Links to Help You and Your Spouse Through the Coronavirus Crisis appeared first on Focus on the Family.