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Do I Save If I Have Debt?
Answer: Yes, but…This situation requires you to prayerfully prepare an earnings allocation strategy and to implement some day-to-day systems as well as a contingency plan. These might sound like big words, but it’s a lot easier to be pro-active than it is to make these decisions on the ‘fly’. The enemy wants you to do ‘all or nothing’ and to create guilt and judgement around your finances. This question can also invoke bitterness, comparisons, envy, scarcity, fear and a whole roster of other negative mindsets. Yet the solution will help address the practical reality of these kinds of decisions as well as establish a framework to strengthen your relationship with the Lord, not give the enemy more control. Dealing with money issues has taken up too much of our mental and emotional energy. Decisions like this are very easily built in to personalized, manageable systems that then enable you to ‘have your money and live your life’.
Join me on the CWA Radio Network for Financial Grace Radio to learn how to break down the barriers that get in the way of receiving all God has for you. This saving/debt dilemma is an easy fix.
KBWomen Radio has joined forces with the CWA Network! For this show, the KBWomen (Koinonia Business Women) Co-Founders, Krista Dunk & Tammy Redmon, will talk about being Christian women in business and give listeners more information about the KBWomen's organization.
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Answer: This question requires you to look at the bigger picture and understand some economic logistics. To start with it’s critical to know the difference between debt and credit. One enslaves, the other empowers. One expands, the other decreases. In this way, both debt and credit are extremely powerful, but at opposite ends of the spectrum. Access to credit is extremely powerful and has the potential to create exponentially positive results. Misuse of credit is also extremely powerful and can exponentially create negative results.
Cancelling a credit card and cutting up a card because you believe it’s necessary to get out of debt is ill-informed advice and will sabotage financial blessing. It reinforces scarcity, fear and doubt which are not from the Lord just as much as the bondage from non-productive, consumable debt is. Join me on the CWA Radio Network for Financial Grace Radio to unpack this huge, critical subject and learn how to manage and prosper from credit, despite a potentially ‘maxed out’ debt situation.
Today's Show: Have you ever experienced a time when God seemed to be silent? For me, it's often been right before a great shifting in my life: be it in my spiritual life, personal life, and even professional life. During these times of silence, it can be easy to become anxious, to come before the Lord with even more questions, and even wonder if we're being heard. In times when I've experienced God's silence, I've learned many thinngs, most importantly, I've learned that its the perfect opportunity for me to learn how to hear God a different way. Join Tanyka today as she shares form her experiences of When God is Silent.
On The Healing Room – Christian Radio for the Whole Woman – we’re taking a breath of fresh air.
When God created man, He breathed His very life into man’s nostrils, infusing His spirit, becoming a part of creation. Jesus breathed on His disciples, infusing the precious Holy Spirit into creation again. This tells us the breath of God is as vital to the human spirit as oxygen is to our bodies. And we simply must take time to breath.
Janiece C. Andrews, M.D., will talk about healing with oxygen.
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We know what core values are (Part 1), how these can guide us (Part 2), and how we are hindered when these are not affirmed (Part 3). So how do we know what our own core values are? Join Coach Nicole for our final series installment as she offers some insights into the fun and rewarding process of identifying our unique and true core values, given to us by God.
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Scriptures from the series on Bible Gateway - http://bit.ly/1GZhaW4
Some exercises to help find your core values ~
http://bit.ly/1dLybGM - for a church
http://www.co2partners.com/blog/2013/07/two-more-core-values-excercises/ - from life experience
This week we are joined by Elece Hollis, writer and president of the Fellowship of Christian Writers in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We will be speaking about The Successful Writer Conference which will occur on May 29th-30th. We will also emphasize the value of community with fellow writers.
Today's show: Joanne Kraft joins Cynthia at 1:30pm CST to talk about being a mean mom. Do you struggle to instill loving boundaries and become discouraged when your child doesn't like you for them? Let The Mean Mom's Guide inspire you to dig in and stand your ground when parenting gets tough--because a mean mom isn't always the mean you think it means.
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