Money Makeovers and Attitude Adjustments

During our first year of marriage, Jeff brought home a book called “Total Money Makeover” by Dave Ramsey. (It must have been a first edition or something.) Needless to say, Jeff devoured it. He is, after all, an accountant.

I, however, cannot say that his newfound delight peaked my interest very much. (Forgive me; I think I was busy reading some seriously theological stuff at the time, like the Left Behind series.)

I remember the basic financial principles though. They were something like, “Blah, blah, blah. Emergency fund. Blah, blah, blah. Snowball. Blah, blah, blah. Debt free.” Yep, that about sums it up.

In all sincerity, though . . . (Continue Reading)

Every other Friday, I write on the topic of marriage at Titus 2 In Action.
I invite you to join me other there today.
After this post, I will resume the series on Colossians.


4 thoughts on “Money Makeovers and Attitude Adjustments

  1. Your post got me to thinkin' about my life and the importance of money. In retrospect, it truly isn't very meaningful. The problem for me has always come when I placed too much importance on it and other possessions. What IS important is an emphasis on a strong faith and spiritual development.

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