Crosswalk.com – Finances
  • 18 Creative Ways to Spend Less and Still Enjoy Life

    There are lots of easy, creative ways to cut back and get by with less.

  • New Book About Jesus And Economics: An Excerpt

    It started two decades ago with a debate, but over time I grew hungry to do more than just win the argument or to merely defend my views against shallow attempts to use the Bible to discredit them.

  • Tulsa Massacre: The Loser Class vs. Black Entrepreneurs

    Washington wrote that the black slave came out of bondage “with a hammer and a saw in his hands and a Bible in his hands.”

  • 10 Signs You Love Money Too Much

    Years ago, I watched the movie, "The Money Pit". The main characters made a foolish purchase of a house that fell apart, piece-by-piece. Soon their relationship started crumbling too. I remember thinking, “I want to be wise with money—it can a powerful tool for good, but it can cause destruction too!” Sometime after that, my pastor shared Paul’s caution to church leaders in 1 Timothy 3. Paul urged them to be “free from the love of money.” and that "the love of money is a root of all kids of evil." I thought, “That’s wise counsel for all Christ-followers.” To develop a healthy, biblical relationship with money, we must build on this truth: God owns us and everything we have, and it is only as we wisely steward His resources we discover not only a thriving relationship with Him, but with money and possessions as well. The love of money is a heart problem. It is a choice to pursue wealth for sheer luxury or selfish consumption instead of looking at life from a biblical, eternal perspective and accumulating money and resources as a powerful tool to bring glory to the Lord. There’s a fine line of difference sometimes, but here are 10 signs you might love money. (ImageCredit:WealthThinkstockPurestock)

  • 5 Practical Tips to Conquer Money Anxiety Due to COVID-19

    Although the COVID-19 crisis had caused many to feel 'broke' and worried about money, we are not broken. Here are five biblical tips for reducing financial anxiety.

CBN – Financial Videos
  • Food and Encouragement for Holocaust Survivor During COVID-19 Lockdown

    Thanks to those who support CBN Israel, Tanya, a Holocaust survivor, receives the food and encouragement she needs during the COVID-19 crisis.

  • Single Mom Trusts God-From Rock Bottom to Debt-Free

    Danesca found herself alone with two children and bills that exceeded her income. She trusted God all her life and He showed her what to do. Find out how she paid off over $38,000 of debt, and watch her amazing story of perseverance and trust.

  • Hunger Pains During COVID-19

    Jessica and her disabled husband's fixed income leaves little to feed their four children during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a local ministry that partners with Operation Blessing ensures the entire family won't go to bed hungry.

  • Once Bankrupt Now Prosperous

    Linda spent most of her adult life in debt and recently lost her husband, but she decides to trust God by tithing to her church and giving to CBN. Not only is she more financially secure than she's ever been, but Linda has found peace and ... ...

  • 13-year-old Entrepreneur Tithes with Joy

    13-year-old entrepreneur Sofia Kunst always tithes from her successful tapestry business but what she receives is even better...

CBN – Financial Aricles
  • 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!

  • Once Bankrupt Now Prosperous¬†

    Linda spent most of her adult life in debt and recently lost her husband, but she decides to trust God by tithing to her church and giving to CBN. Not only is she more financially secure than she’s ever been, but Linda has found peace and comfort incomparable to all the money in the world. 

  • 13-year-old Entrepreneur Tithes with Joy

    13-year-old entrepreneur Sofia Kunst always tithes from her successful tapestry business but what she receives is even better...

Focus on the Family – Finances
  • 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.

  • Making a Financial Plan Matters to Your Marriage

    Many couples struggle with money, but making a financial plan can reduce stress in your marriage and help you set goals for the future. The post Making a Financial Plan Matters to Your Marriage appeared first on Focus on the Family.

  • Coronavirus: How to Keep Your Family Finances Strong

    COVID 19 — the “coronavirus” — is changing how we live, work and connect with others. It’s also affecting family finances as businesses close or reduce hours to help lower the risk of spreading the virus. Because the changes in the market will affect families, we’ve collected several tips and insights to help you and The post Coronavirus: How to Keep Your Family Finances Strong appeared first on Focus on the Family.