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FG Xpress and ForeverGreen (OTC:FVRG) founder and CEO, Ron Williams, shares his personal story and his vision for FG Xpress. Join Kathy Humpherys and Chris Thomas from the Elite Level Marketers team for this impacting interview.
We must change our minds and the ways we think before we can change our behaviors and the outcomes we experience...and before we can achieve any New Year’s resolutions or personal goals. Join Coach Nicole as she reviews some passages of scripture to help us focus on being more of the new people we want to be in 2015.
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Today's Show: It’s Never Too Late
No matter how old you are, what’s happened (or not happened) in the past, God has a plan for good. The third week of January is typically when credit card statements start arriving with the bills from December shopping. It’s also when the routine of day-to-day work is now back to pre-holiday normal and the enemy has a way of using these things to plant seeds of doubt, despair, hopelessness and a whole host of other negative thoughts. The reality is that it doesn’t matter what time of the year, what day of the week, or what time it is - period.
Galatians 6:9 tells us to “not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up”. “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28). These are the things that matter.
This week on Financial Grace, we’ll talk about some strategies for dealing with the financial realities of life. We’ll explore some non-financial strategies such as the time of day and where and how you look at your finances as well as some creative ideas around starting over.
Today's Show: Confusion or Clarity
God's spirit isn't complicated, technical or confusing. It's simple and powerful. It's capable of healing the sick, raising the dead, cleansing leapers, and driving out demons (Mat 10:8). It's certainly capable of helping you peacefully and successfully navigate today's world of finance. "For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline" (2Tim 1:7). Often we'll look at a financial situation and based on personal experience make a decision about how to handle it. Then we might begin to act on that decision and hear an alternate view from someone else. At that point, you have a dilemma. This situation happens with investments, real estate, insurance, mortgages, credit strategies, car buying, holidays and everyday shopping. If you set out to purchase something then hear that something else is better quality or better suited for such and such, then you have to make a decision. How you peacefully and successfully navigate the day-to-day decisions is important for navigating the larger ones. There are some practical, strategic tools you can use to assist you in making financial decisions and carrying on your financial life with the precense of the Lord. Join me as I share from professional and personal experience to help you stay focused and peaceful when money issues threaten to pull you away from living and receiving the Lord's blessings for your life.
Today's Show: 'Yes But...'
Hebrews 11:1-3 tells us that "Faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see...By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible".
Yes, but what about the bills? Where's the money going to come from to do this or that? How am I going to be able to afford this or that?
Isn't this how it happens in real life? You read God's word, then say to yourself, "I believe you and trust you God, but my circumstances are..." Today on Financial Grace we're going to explore the relationship between hope and faith as it relates to God, money and real life today.
We take calls from Notre Dame fans reacting to the Music City Bowl, immediately after it's conclusion. This is raw emotion folks... The Fighting Irish beat the Tigers on a last second FG
Today's Show: Talking (or not talking) about Money
Ephesians 4:15 tells us that we are to speak the truth in love. Ordinarily we’d interpret a verse like that to have relevance when we’re approaching someone about a potential conflict. But regarding finances, I have come to know it also as a directive that is particularly relevant to the second part of the verse which tells us why?: So that “we will grow to become in every respect the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ”.
What I have experienced in my own life and with countless people I have worked with over the years is the interesting stronghold that Satan gains in people’s lives by convincing them to keep secrets about money. The secrets can be small like not being completely honest about how much something cost or larger like not telling your spouse that you lost your job or your life savings in a bad investment.
This week on Financial Grace Radio we’ll look at different scenarios for how to talk about money with various people in your life, from call-centre operators at the bank, to your spouse, children, boss, financial advisor, friends, etc.
In Part 4 of this series, join Coach Nicole Kirksey of Foundational Gifts Life & Leadership Coaching as she discusses the final 4 of the 10 Biblical representations of the Holy Spirit, and the orderly use of the thirty (30) spiritual gifts under His leading. Is YOUR gift in here? Connect on Twitter @CoachNicole, and on Facebook at Foundational Gifts.
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Today's Show: Your Golden Goose
There is a popular fable about a goose that laid golden eggs. There are several morals and popular sayings that have come out of the story, one of which is, “ Don’t kill the golden goose”. Jeremiah 17:8 says, “He is like a tree planted by water, that sends out its roots by the stream, and does not fear when heat comes, for its leaves remain green, and is not anxious in the year of drought, for it does not cease to bear fruit.”
The lessons we can learn from the fable and the verse in Jeremiah have many applications in finance today. Earning your income is one, selling your assets is another. Today on Financial Grace Radio, we’re going to explore what are your ‘golden geese’ today and how to decide when to sell them and when to keep them.
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