Financial Management

Book of the Month — Evangelpreneur: Why Churches and Christians Are Failing Financially by Josh Tolley

BOOK OF THE MONTH: Sought-after motivational speaker and radio/TV personality Josh Tolley has penned a book on church and Christian finances. According to the Wall Street Journal, religious groups that took in half of all charitable contributions in 1990 now get less than a third due to a shift in generational giving habits. Barna research indicates that in 2011 only four percent of Americans gave ten percent of their income to churches, a drop from the previous year’s rate of…

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Happy Hour Skin Care Party at Jonathan’s Bellevue

There will be a skin care presentation in the private room at Jonathan’s in Bellevue (Nashville, TN) on Thurs., Oct. 16 at 5:30 pm hosted by Bellevue residents Amy Arnold, Amanda Branam and Christian Activities publisher Kathryn Darden. If you are interested in learning more about great skin care and the new wrinkle-filling patch and other advanced skin care solutions, this will be an opportunity to find out more. In addition, information will be provided on how you can start…

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NAB to Induct Financial Expert Dave Ramsey into Broadcasting Hall of Fame

Financial author, television personality,motivational speaker and popular national radio personality Dave Ramsey will be inducted into the NAB Broadcasting Hall of Fame during the NAB Show Radio Luncheon sponsored by ASCAP on Tuesday, April 9 in Las Vegas. Based in Nashville, TN, Ramsey’s nationally syndicated radio program, “The Dave Ramsey Show,” is heard by 6 million listeners each week on more than 500 radio stations. The program is also streamed on Daveramsey.com Dave Ramsey, who began his career in financial…

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Dear Dave…don’t do it!

Web www.christianactivities.com //–> Dear Dave, Dear Dave, My husband and I have been married for three months, and we’re debt-free. Right now, we’re trying to save up a 20 percent down payment for a house. I work for a real estate company, and they’re really pushing us to take advantage of a first-time homebuyer deal. The program offers 100 percent financing, no money down and no private mortgage insurance. They say it’s a great deal. What do you think? Stacy…

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