My 5 for Friday (May 3, 2019)

Where are practical steps for paying off high interest debt? How should Christians negotiate? And how can you develop people on your team without a large budget?

All these questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.

  1. Repaying High Interest Debt by Michael Blue. “Consumer debt is really easy to get into and really hard to get out of.” Because of this, those who are in debt need encouragement and practical steps along the way in order to see it paid off. Here, Michael Blue gives us six steps for paying off debt. Check it out.
  2. Ask Chuck: Improving Your Finances When You’re Sleepless, Stressed, And Broke by Chuck Bentley. Financial trouble doesn’t just affect our bank accounts, it can also take its toll on us physically, mentally, and emotionally. If that’s you, check out these tips from Chuck Bentley on how to address the stress that comes with financial problems.
  3. 10 Inexpensive Ways to Develop People on Your Team by Ron Edmondson. “It’s important… to find ways to develop even with stressed budgets.” How can you make team development a priority when you don’t have the funds? Ron Edmondson gives ten creative ways you can develop your team without breaking the bank.
  4. How Should a Christian Negotiate a Deal? by Joe Carter. Everyone encounters points in their life where negotiation is necessary. So what should this look like for a Christian? Joe Carter gives three biblical principles he recommends using when it comes to negotiating.
  5. Top 10 Myths of a Generous Church by Todd McMichen. “It is so easy for expansive generosity to be considered an experience for someone else.” Is this thought one you’ve found yourself thinking? To help dispel that myth, Todd McMichen shows us ten common myths we can believe about generous churches and the truth to combat it. It’s worth reading.

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