What do you do if you are on the wrong seat in the bus? What should you do if you are engaged to someone with debt? And how do you write a great resume?
These questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.
Online giving continues to grow in popularity. In many churches, the option has been normalized for some time now, and they are now testing the waters of text giving.
But online giving isn’t for everyone. I have had plenty of conversations with godly men and women who struggle with idea. And that is okay. In fact, let me suggest that some of you should not give online. In this post, I lay out three signs that online giving may not be right for you.
Of course, there are many good reasons why individuals choose to use the church’s websites to give. Online giving is safe, convenient, and consistent. Church members like knowing that they no longer have to worry about whether or not they remembered to bring their checkbook on Sunday. Their tithe was already taken out of their bank account.
Many of us know what it is like to lose money when an investment bubble bursts.
For some, it was the tech bubble. For others, it was the housing bubble. People poured their money into investments that seemed too good to be true. And they were. When the bubble popped, financial devastation ensued.
Here is the guarantee I can make about investment bubbles—they will happen again and again.
And it should be your goal to avoid them, tempting as they are. How do you do this?
If you follow me on Twitter, you may be noticed that a few months ago my timeline was filled with Ray-Ban sunglasses discount tweets. About thirty identical tweets went out. Now, I like Ray-Bans. I have a pair. But I don’t like them that much. I have no clue how it happened, but somehow my account was hacked.
I feel like I am going to get in trouble for this post.
Home improvement shows are everywhere now, each with their own interesting angle. They spend time improving homes to flip, sell, buy, or determine whether or not they really want to move.
Viewers have the opportunity to spend hours watching these home improvement shows in a single evening. And many do. They are pretty addicting.