Today I would like to recommend a Christian personal finance website to my readers in the U.S!
There are universal finance principles from the Bible that are good for all, but different demographic is subject to different tax code and law, so I can’t provide the details and specific advice based on unique situation in different country.
A lot of my readers come from the U.S, and the U.S is one of the most strategic place for Christians, because it still has religious freedom and a great Christian presence. I want to contribute to my brothers and sisters there in some ways.
Based on the actions of the politicians and the FEDS in U.S, I don’t see how the economy of U.S is going to prosper for at least the next 10 years. They continue to fuel debts. You can’t create true prosperity with debts.
For years they have delayed the consequences of false prosperity, but you cannot violate financial principles and expect no consequences.
As it stands, the U.S dollar is likely to fall very rapidly soon and is already falling, and the inflation will skyrocket. Why? because the U.S government has been printing money bills like mad.
If our U.S brothers and sisters enjoy abundance, the rest of the body of Christ will benefit from it. I hope the U.S will remain a great nation that continue to be a training ground of missionaries and a free place for many of the Christian ministries to thrive.
The U.S is going through a major hardship that might turn into a long depression. If the problem of debts continue the depression is likely to happen very soon, and a horde of other social problems such as family disintegration and erosion of freedom will only get worst.
What the U.S needs now is spiritual guidance. It begins with the individual. If an individual follows God’s commands, no matter how hard the time is, he will thrive. When individuals get strong, the families will get strong, and then the people will get strong, and God will be able to heal the land and the nation.
Bob Lotich is the author of the blog Christianpf.com. He is able to teach give simple and practical financial advice from a Christian perspective.
It is hard to make personal finance easy, but Bob has the gift! His blog is full of valuable contents. I had been a financial representative before, and I know what is good advice. Bob is unbiased. He tells you everything based on his personal experiences. He is willing to share with you his own success and failures. When Bob recommends something, it’s because of genuine value it can offer, not because of the comission he could earn.
You can scan every page on his blog real quick because the way Bob writes is so simple. Unlike other financial websites that sound like a wikipedia, Christianpf.com gives you unambigious, straight-to-the-point advice that is reliable and practical.
Highlight of Christianpf.com
I especially like the debt-help series that Bob has written. When you’re in debts, you’re a slave to the lenders. Bob and his wife have been working hard to get out of debts themselves, and in the last 3 years they had paid off $30,000 in consumer debts! Nothing can be more real than someone who has gone through battles and live to tell the tales.
Other articles from Christianpf.com that I find interesting or helpful:
I think the Christianpf.com has pretty much summarized the essential practical steps there are for a Christian to achieve true financial freedom that God planned for an individual. If you look somewhere else, there usually are too much low-quality information. In my about me page I mentioned how I had spend a couple of years to sort out personal finance and faith. Although Christianpf.com is so easy to read through, it is in fact a website of cleverly condensed nuggets of financial wisdom I had once tried so hard to collect. It can serve as a beacon in the sea of overwhelming financial information. At least make it your starting station as you embark on your own path to financial freedom!