The Value of Meditating on God's Word
Howard Dayton and Steve Moore explain why perhaps the single greatest key to true financial freedom is meditating on the truth found in God's Word. Next, they take questions at (800) 525-7000 and MoneyWise@Compass1.org about the following:
- I have a 401k through my employer, but my husband does not yet contribute. How should we got about starting with his retirement saving?
- Is it okay for a Christian to file bankruptcy?
- A debt counselor advised me to stop paying on my debts in order to better negotiate settlements. Is this wise?
Mentioned during this program: SoundMindInvesting.com. Be sure to check out the Compass website for a complete listing of other helpful resources and radio archives.
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