The Good Life: Contentment

The Good Life: Contentment

Did you know the average American has $38,000 in debt, excluding home mortgages? Our "keeping up with the Jones' mentality is worse than ever before. BUT...it doesn't have to be. What if you could find contentment with what you already have? What would that do to your checkbook or your schedule or your desire for more? 

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Helpful Articles

Faith & Saving Devotion

Posted on September 21, 2019

BY HANNAH STAPLETON, GRACE ATTENDER When it comes to money, I tend to swing between extremes. I either save every spare penny once the bills have been paid, refusing to...

Stewardship & Spending Devotion

Posted on September 07, 2019

Spending. Just that word makes me cringe a little bit. Stewardship? Even worse. Growing up, the topic of money felt like a stressful subject for me. I grew up in a big family,...

Digital Resources

Ron Blue Institute

The Ron Blue Institute is more than a financial planning or investment management resource. They seek to help clients gain clarity and confidence around their finances to, ultimately, act on their "why" so that they can become better stewards of the wealth God has entrusted them with. Visit ronblueinstitute.com.

Moneywise

Moneywise is a site that provides financial guidance no matter what stage of life you're in. Visit their site to talk to one of the Trained MoneyWise Coaches who will assist you in developing spending and debt reduction plans with practical tools and biblical insights. Visit moneywise.org.

Livestream Moody Radio

Moody Radio is a Christian radio network that helps you take the next step in your journey with Jesus Christ by creating and delivering practical and life-changing content. We proclaim the Word to all cultures and generations by addressing today's issues from a biblical worldview. Visit moodyradio.org.

Resource Apps

Mint

Mint offers an array of features to help you track and manage your money from a giant list of banks, credit card issuers, brokerages, lenders and other financial institutions. It comes with a wide range of features, but its most useful has always been its budget tools. Mint automatically categorizes transactions from linked credit and debit cards and tracks them against a budget you can tweak and customize to your needs. Get alerts when you go over budget, and track by category or look at your overall cash flow to get a well-rounded picture of where your money goes each month.
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You Need a Budget

YNAB will help you break the paycheck to paycheck cycle, get out of debt, and save more money. Key features include:
Bank Synching—Easily connect all your accounts in one place.
Debt Paydown—The tools and teaching you need to help you get out of debt for good. 
Goal Tracking—Set and track goals to reach them faster.
Reporting—Detailed, visual spending and trend reports help you measure progress and improve.
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Acorns

Start on the path to a brighter financial future with Acorns! From investing spare change every day to saving for later with tax advantages and spending smarter, get Acorns and grow your oak! This app allows you to invest as little as $5 into diversified portfolios. You can also earn money from hundreds of brands that automatically invest when you shop. Or, save for later by opening an IRA to save for retirement!  .
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The Good Life: Contentment Sermons

Other Series

God Owns It: Financial Planning

Is your family financially healthy? What does financial health look like? When we recognize that God owns it all, we will consume less and do more. Get ready for an in-depth look at what it takes to have financial freedom while also being generous with your finances. Click here to watch/listen.

Practicing the Economics of God's Kingdom

Get insights that will not only solve your personal financial issues but will allow you to seek first the Kingdom of God. Learn how to live generously and be financially free. Click here to watch/listen.

Well Spent

Financial Freedom is accepting and living out the truth that God owns it all; no longer cramming your life with things; working to remove the strangulation of debt and financial burdens. Click here to watch/listen.