Money is a Tool!

“Be diligent to know the state of your flocks, and attend to your herds.” Proverbs 27:23 When we view money as a tool, we can be diligent to create plans and prioritize them. If we need a new car, how we will go about it? Choose by desire or is there a better way. We... Continue Reading →

What is the Difference Between a Financial Professional and a Financial Advisor?

In my career, I have been licensed and employed at both, and there are many similarities. Such as helping people with their retirement, investing, financial planning, money management and so forth. However, there is a key difference in what is called “captivity,” as well as how we engage a client and how we make our... Continue Reading →

Handling Credit Cards

This is a very simple concept and will alleviate most of your money struggles and marriage arguments. Credit cards are a tool when you are in a great need. It is always best to play them off each month. What credit cards are not, is being your money! They are not your income or your... Continue Reading →

The “Parable of the Talents” and Stewardship

Looking at Biblical historical considerations and Inductive and Deductive examination of Matthew 25: 14- 30  This discussion section centers on an inductive analyses of the passage and a deductive analyses of key words and precepts in their historical and contextual context.  This parable is also about the importance of being prudent and being prepared, as... Continue Reading →

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