"What if I never marry?" They say people fear public speaking more than death itself, but I believe there’s a greater fear than this. The fear of never getting married is rampant. And it is crippling Christian women. It’s time. It’s more than time.
We live in a world where late nights and early mornings validate our human struggle, where doing without physical or emotional sustenance equates with a personal suffrage of sorts. We pass the days telling ourselves when this project is over or this season is done, then we can rest - and we believe those lies.
Parkview Mennonite Church in Hillsboro, Kansas decided to put works with their faith and made a wonderfully generous donation to a local elementary school, opting to purchase academic supplies for every single student due to attend.
Life is a series of milestones, and at each stage the financial protection of assets, dreams, and goals is important. Whether you are raising a family, moving to a larger home, or planning for college tuition payments and retirement, life insurance is an important consideration for protecting your family and assets
As kids get ready to start a new school year, one way to help alleviate the morning rush is to make breakfast ahead of time, so it’s ready to go before sending kids off to school. Here's a nutritious recipe that's also fun to make!
Whether you’re trying to pay off bills, save for a dream vacation or create a nest egg for retirement, having a sound budget is often the first step toward bringing about your financial goals. While "budgeting" is often associated with cutting spending, creating and sticking to a budget can be a fairly painless process with the right plan in place.
You're exhausted all the time, and you know that's not right. Your doctor says it's all in your head, but you know there's a possible medical reason for how you feel. If you are suffering from fatigue, or a list of symptoms that won’t go away, odds are extremely good that one of these five causes is the true culprit.
Do you ever think of your life as being split up into different pieces of a puzzle? You have your spouse, your kids, your job, your friends, your house, your church, etc. It’s all mapped out. It all looks good together.
But what do you do if one of those portions is missing? What if a slice of your life’s pie doesn’t exist yet? What if it never will?
We all know about clipping coupons and buying in bulk as ways to save some money. But what are some less-tangible ways a couple can reach their financial goals, and save money? Here are some ways you may not have thought of!