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FIRST-PERSON: The debt that stole Christmas

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--The non-Christian world continues to find ways to shift attention away from God to material things, and at Christmas, the problem is even more noticeable. Our society has moved from a time, several hundred years ago, when gifts at Christmas were almost nonexistent to the current material focus where we feel guilty if gifts don't cost hundreds of dollars. We're constantly pressured to measure up to "the Joneses." The shortsightedness of keeping up with "the Joneses" is that they don't have a clue where they're headed.

Resources to Relieve Financial Pressure

In the search for truth about biblical financial principles, I've found it helpful to suggest reference materials as a study resource. Naturally, the word of God is our primary resource: God owns it all and it should not surprise us that His word instructs us about managing His wealth for His glory. Following is a […]

The Storm Warnings of Debt

It's a sign of our times that wherever small groups pause to talk, whether it be at the break area or Sunday school class, debt is likely to be discussed. Debt has increased as if we have been inoculated against its dangers. A startling fact that supports our immune condition: Today banks are offering a […]

The Debt That Stole Christmas

The non-Christian world continues to find ways to shift attention away from God to material things, and at Christmas, the problem is even more noticeable. Our society has moved from a time, several hundred years ago, when gifts at Christmas were almost non-existent to the current material focus where we feel guilty if gifts don't […]