Money

The Family That Saves Together Stays Together

If the decisions we made yesterday have shaped our ‘today’, then the decisions we make today will shape our ‘tomorrow’. Financial stress is an ever present danger…it risks eroding one’s tranquility, is detrimental to one’s emotional health, and unfortunately all too often it means the destruction of the family unit.  I do not intend to … Read more

Book review: The Sower

The Sower Authors: R. Scott Rodin and Gary G. Hoag What immediately struck me about The Sower was that it was not just another book talking about the need for personal generosity nor was it a book about how a church can extract more tithe from their congregation (I have read a few of these … Read more

Should you be making additional contributions to your super?

This article has been provided by Cornerstone Wealth for Christian Super Members. You may be surprised to find out that only one in 8 employed super fund members make contributions to their super above the mandatory employer-paid 9.5% superannuation guarantee.[1] If you’ve never thought about making additional contributions to your super, here are some things … Read more

Honouring God with our charitable giving and with our investments – Dr. Amy L. Sherman

At our recent Global Generosity Roundtable event, we caught up with Dr. Amy L. Sherman who is the Senior Fellow at the Sagamore Institute. She shared some insights on how Christians can best honour God with their giving as well as their investments. Some of her key points are: Wise financial stewardship involves advancing God’s … Read more

31 Tips for Thriving

We were very fortunate to have our friends Gary & Jenni Hoag share some of their journey with us today. Gary (the Generosity Monk) and has wife Jenni (Soulcare Anchoress) shared these 31 tips on how to thrive, and we thought they were too good not to share! Recognize you’ve got limitations. You can’t do … Read more