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Family Income in 2000

The average U.S. family earned $63,410 during the previous 12 months, according to Census 2000. The percentage of the USA's 70.8 million families who ...

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We Were Born to Give

In Run with the Horses, Eugene Peterson tells how he saw a family of birds teaching their young to fly. Three young swallows were perched on a dead branch ...

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Christ's Question

The world asks, "What does a man own?"; Christ asks, 'How does he use it?

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It Never Gets That Desperate

In God's order, there is never a situation so desperate that it must grind people to powder or press a financial appeal at the cost of integrity.

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Our Love Follows Our Pocketbook

Some say, dedicate the heart and the money will follow; but our Lord put it the other way around. "Where your treasure is, there will your heart ...

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Money a Bad Measure

The number one issue with most people when it comes to choosing a career is money. But compared to work that you'll do well and enjoy doing, money ...

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The Non-Profit Church

The purpose of the church, financially, is not to accumulate as much money as possible but to give away as much as possible.

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Some Things Stay the Same

P.S. Your father says inflation hasn't ruined everything. A dime can still be used as a screwdriver.

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Giving as Commitment

When we discuss money, we're talking about commitment, and commitment is our domain.

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Retrieving Perspective

Gary Thomas writes in Christianity Today:

Thinking about eternity helps us retrieve [perspective]. I'm reminded of this every year when I figure my ...

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