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Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
Guilt By Association: Why Franklin Graham is Bad for My Church
As a Baptist minister, I wish to state that Mr. Graham does not speak for me, nor for a large, and rapidly growing segment in the broad stream of Christianity.
Why Churches Can't Do Ministry the Way They Used To
By: Dennis BickersIf they want to successfully impact a changing world for Jesus Christ, pastors and churches must continually reinvent themselves. Churches will either continue to reinvent themselves or they will die.
10 Things No Concealed Carrier Should Ever Do
By James England via concealednation.org There are way more than 10 things you should never do as a concealed carrier…or as a firearms owner in general. But we’ve decided to pick 10 extremely important ones. We’re not judging you if you do these things – we’re just saying it’s the opposite of responsible . . . 10. …
How to Remove a Tree Stump Painlessly
This article shows you how to do a tree stump removal without breaking your back. This stump removal method is safe and effective, and doesn’t require...
Financial planning: 3 ideas to make the holidays brighter
I love the holiday season. It is a great time to gather with family and friends and build memories that last a lifetime. However, sometimes the holiday bustle can turn into a real hassle and the po…
5 Financial-Planning Tips For Young Investors
Being a young adult can be exciting – enjoying the early stages of a career, having your own place, making new friends – but it can also be confusing and stressful. One of the reasons is money, and learning how to manage it. In a financial literacy survey of more than 5,500 young adults, the …
Cash Course: Financial planning advice for 'boomerang' parents and kids
If your empty nest is no longer that empty, you're not alone.
Why millennials needs to have a financial plan [Mint, New Delhi]
May 27– May 27–X is 28 years old. He started his first job in a software company at 22. In six years, X has changed five jobs. He quit the first because of the low pay; the second because the management transferred him to Chennai, which he declined; the third because the next job off
Financial planning: What you need to know about portability
One of the great challenges in financial planning is figuring out how to transfer wealth from one generation to the next in the most tax efficient manner possible. Tax efficiency, in this context, …
Financial planning: What does PG&E’s bankruptcy mean to investors?
Question: When my mother died, I inherited several hundred shares of Pacific Gas & Electric stock, which she had inherited from her father. Does PG&E’s bankruptcy mean my shares are worthle…
Brown & Tedstrom, Inc. Recognized as the Top Colorado Wealth Management and Financial Planning Firm
THANK YOU to our Clients, Business Partners, Friends, Family, and the Denver Community for recognizing Brown & Tedstrom, Inc. as the TOP COLORADO WEALTH MANAGEMENT AND FINANCIAL PLANNING FIRM by Colorado Biz Magazine! At Brown & Tedstrom, Inc., we never wanted to be the biggest, but the best. We thank you for your trust over our 27 years in business, we would not …
Cash Course: Quad-City firm is using behavioral science to guide financial planning
A Moline firm is introducing new financial planning technology in the Quad-City area.
Personal Financial Planning Tips : How to Create a Financial Plan
When creating a financial plan, the first thing to consider is setting up a budget to better understand how much money can be saved. Learn why a budget is cr...
Financial Planning Advice and Financial Advisors
Get financial planning advice and retirement investment advice from Ameriprise financial advisors at ameriprise.com.
Tips For Financial Planning After A Divorce
Thursday, March 19, 2015 Your divorce is final. Now what Divorce can be a long, exhausting process and it’s tempting to file things away and move on quickly to your new life. However, financial planning after a divorce is critical to securing your financial future. It’s important to invest some time to review your financial documents after your divorce is final and make any necessary changes. Follow these tips for a smarter, more secure financial future after a divorce: Update your will, trusts…
AdviceIQ: Women's financial planning tips
In his best-seller Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, John Gray talks about men "going to their caves." Yet in financial planning, both genders often retreat from difficult situations and decisions. This
How real estate fits into a financial plan
Real estate is often the biggest investment that people make, whether it be in the form of a family home, cottages, investment properties or investments in the real-estate sector. The BNN Bloomberg Advisor panel discusses several topics including how real estate fits into a financial plan, taxation, helping adult children buy their first home, and speaking with clients about the value of real estate — especially in cities like Toronto and Vancouver, where prices have risen dramatically.
How to Create a Quick and Dirty Financial Plan for Yourself