It may already be too late. This creep is sneaky. Everyone is vulnerable, regardless of age, class, gender or race. But you don’t have to let this creep near you. Let me tell you how!
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No, my actual thoughts aren’t on fire. And yes, right now in one corner of my brain, Alicia Keys is belting out her hit single, “Girl on Fire.”
But my actual thoughts are on the acronym FIRE which stands for “Financial Independence Retiring Early.” Have you heard of it? It’s a movement that’s picking up steam and even headlines.
The Ongoing Impact of Rich and Ann Meyer
For Rich and Ann Meyer, giving generously wasn’t about fulfilling obligations. Instead, their whole lifestyle was about generosity.
4 Steps to Help Husbands and Wives Move Past Their Planning Differences
If estate planning is a challenging conversation in your home, it’s no surprise! You’re in good company!
Q. What are my options for an executor of my will or a trustee of my trust?
A. You have a variety of options when it comes to making this important decision.
“Sovereign Lord, you alone know.”
You know these words because you’ve felt them. Overwhelmed and without recourse, you’ve remained open to the possibilities of what only God can do.
With the final tally for 2018 complete, Barnabas Foundation celebrates the third consecutive record-breaking year of dollars distributed to charity. On behalf of the generous families we serve, Barnabas Foundation sent out 8,760 grants (vs. 7,548 in 2017) totaling more than $67 million (vs. $52 million in 2017) in charitable distributions.
Two years from now, stop by Pease, Minnesota for birthday cake - lots of it. In 2020, the members of Pease Christian Reformed Church (CRC) will be celebrating their church’s 125th anniversary. Anticipating this birthday celebration, church leaders are asking, “What about the next 125 years?”
Q. Do I really need a will?
A. For many Christians, a will is an expression of their belief that God owns everything and wants us to manage the resources entrusted to us.
Remember Leona Helmsley? She’s the hotel magnate who achieved infamy as the “Queen of Mean.” By most accounts, Helmsley earned this moniker because of her winner-take-all approach to business and even her family.
But Helmsley made her biggest splash with the final settlement of her estate.