Graduated Tithe to the Rescue | How it Helps to Curb Your Desire for More

Early into my blogging adventure, I discovered two elements that I felt were important characteristics of Money Help for Christians: The journey - I intentionally positioned myself as a person experimenting, exploring, and searching for answers within the field of Christian finances.  I'm still clearly on the journey, though thankfully many things are clearer to me now than they were three … [Read more...]

Reflecting on the Graduated Tithe | Two Years Later

In one of my first articles, I introduced a concept called the Graduated Tithe.  It’s been nearly two years since I wrote that article, and over two years since my wife and I decided we wanted to implement the graduated tithe in our own lives.  In this post, I want to reflect on my current thoughts and assumptions regarding the graduated tithe. To be clear, I didn’t come up with the idea.  I … [Read more...]

How to Graduate from College without Student Loan Debt

There is something called the ‘student loan myth’.  The student loan myth is the assumption that it is impossible to graduate from college without student loans.  Those who believe this myth think that if they are going to go to college, they MUST get student loans.  This type of default thinking is financially dangerous. The Danger of Default Thinking Default - a : a selection made usu. … [Read more...]