For the last several months, I’ve been highlighting some Christian blogs in a roundup. The format was very similar to a carnival, so I decided to go ahead and make it into a full fledged carnival called the Christian Finance Carnival.
What is a carnival?
A carnival is simply a blog post that collects articles written by different people all around the web. Each web or blog owner is given the chance to submit an article that relates to the carnival topic. In this case, all articles must focus on the topic of Christian finances.
This brand new carnival will highlight financial articles written by Christians and for Christians.
If you would like to participate in a future carnival, you can get the details here.
Prioritizing giving and offerings by looking at Biblical examples
Do you over breathe or under breathe in your spiritual or financial life? This post will challenge you to simply breathe.
Carlos Frank presents I’m Sorry but Stewardship is not just about Management posted at Good Steward Keys
This is the first post from my blog and is the reason that I believe that God wanted me to create this blog and connect with other fellow faith based pf bloggers!
We’re called to be in the world but not of it. How does this apply to the way we should approach retirement? Our faith should radically affect our retirement "goals" and how we’ll spend those years.
Dealing with your creditor giants, as David would.
Jason presents The Best Debt Everyone Should Have and Never Pay Off posted at Redeeming Riches
Did you know the Bible talks about a debt that is actually good to have and should never be paid off?! Find out what it is!
Thanks to everyone who participated in this first carnival. The next carnival will be hosted by Personal Finance Journey.