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What Is the Best Way to Handle the Finances?

        ————– In my view, there isn’t a specific “one right way” to handle money issues in a godly marriage – as far as who is “in charge” of paying the bills. Of course, we will want to use scriptural principles. We need to manage our money wisely, realizing we are stewards […]

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Another Wife Shares about Finances and Trust

I think it is helpful to hear many different wives’ approaches to this issue!  Thanks to this wife for allowing me to share her comment from the post “How a Fellow Wife and Her Husband Decided to Handle the Finances.” I used to do the bills & budgeting, too. I am not a “finance’ person or […]

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How a Fellow Wife and Her Husband Decided to Handle their Finances

From a Fellow Wife.  There is no specific “right way” for a godly couple to handle money issues. I love to give lots of different couple’s approaches so that wives can prayerfully consider different options and seek God’s wisdom for their own marriage and maybe have some ideas about how to respectfully approach the issue with their […]

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I handed over the finances – Update!!

From my friend, Kayla, at www.lessonsofmercy.wordpress.com I promised when I started this blog that I was going to be real.  If I am going to write “Practical Applications” that are really attainable, instead of leaving Christians with a desire to change, but no real way to get the new results, then I have to be […]

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“I Want to Tithe, but My Husband Doesn’t”

Photo by Fabian Blank on Unsplash What is a wife to do if this is her difficult situation? NOTE – I am speaking about a hypothetical situation here. Greg and I wholeheartedly endorse tithing or even giving more than a tithe for believers in Christ. Not because we have to – but because we GET […]

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Are You Able to Say, “No”?

  Sometimes we struggle with telling people, “No.” We don’t want to seem selfish or ungodly. We don’t want to disappoint or upset people. Being a people pleaser can seem like a good thing, but it it actually very toxic. Saying, “No,” is a critical life-skill we all need. The goal is, we should be […]

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Saying “No”

Photo by Michael Mroczek on Unsplash Sometimes we struggle with telling people, “No.” We don’t want to seem selfish or ungodly. We don’t want to disappoint or upset people. But there are times when it is critical that we can give a firm, “No,” to people. The goal is, we should be able to say, […]

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