Originally posted on the Christian Post on May 19
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God’s word has a lot to say about finances, in fact, there are more than 2,300 verses in the Bible on the topics of money and possessions!
God did not leave us alone to fight all the financial pressures and challenges we face without His wise guidance and trustworthy principles.
Originally posted on the Christian Post on March 3
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Every time I turn on the news, I hear reports about new record highs in the stock market. I have some stock investment, but wondering if I should go bigger. Is there something I should be doing to take advantage of the energy in the stock market?
Stock Market Newbie
Great question! With a recent report in The Balance noting that the Dow Stock Market “has set 24 new record closing highs since the 2016 Presidential election,” many people are wondering the same thing. No doubt, the market is riding a surge in optimism at the moment! The Goldman Sachs Risk Appetite Indicator hit its historic high in early 2017.
Originally posted at Christian Post July 08, 2016.
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I’m embarrassed to say that I really messed up at work. I’m not sure what to do next, and I’m wondering how to win back the good will of my employer. Is it possible to resurrect a reputation at work?
Weeping over Work
The answer is yes! You certainly can recover from terrible mistakes at work. In fact, it is an opportunity to improve not only your reputation, but also your overall work relationships.
Rest assured, no one is perfect. Find me a person who has never made a mistake on the job, and I’ll show you a person who has never held a job. We are all vulnerable to errors and misjudgments.