Tough Times Don't Last

Tough Times Don't Last

Money issues are a common component of ‘tough times.’ At the very least, the lack of money, or even of money and possessions themselves, often feature in these situations. Having too much can give rise to sleepless nights trying to protect, manage or grow what you have, whereas having too little can result in sleepless nights trying to balance the budget and respond to the red demand letters. Having ‘nothing’ or being in debt makes people feel destitute and often a burden on family or the Government.

Crisis? What do you do?

Crisis? What do you do?

After discovering I had contracted a life threatening disease while in the pursuit of building my publishing company, I was prayed for by the elders and subsequently experienced the supernatural peace of God. In fact, my biggest concern was not the disease but the fear as to whether or not the business would survive without me. How would I live and provide for my wife and three children?

Where Does It All Go?

Where Does It All Go?

I just don’t know where it all goes. The month is not finished and we’re out of money already.” This seems to be a common phenomenon, affecting people with all sizes of income.

Tool, Temptation, Testimony?

Tool, Temptation, Testimony?

Your Money Counts studies change the lives of those who study and apply. We are always grateful to hear how the Your Money Counts biblical finance studies have challenged and changed lives as the Word of the Lord is understood and obeyed. Here is one couple’s story...