Just recently my wife and I refinanced our home to a lower interest rate. I have refinanced before – but this time – it took longer than usual. I chalk this up to tighter lending guidelines and all that goes
I’d been looking at more unique ways to save money with online purchases lately when I stumbled upon an interesting concept that Amazon has been promoting: subscription-based purchases. Turns out, this is nothing really new and something that Amazon’s been
Lately, I’ve felt extremely compelled to write about Genesis 41, and the importance of preparedness. I don’t know why, but over the last month the Lord has been reminding me of the Lord’s provision to Pharaoh through Joseph’s interpretation of
I’d like to get your feedback on an ethical dilemma that I encountered a few weeks back concerning online coupon codes. I don’t know if this has ever happened to you, but I thought it was an interesting moral situation.
I’m sure you remember the blind taste test of the ’70’s and ’80’s where Pepsi took on its rival Coke to determine which soft drink people prefer. It was a fairly successful ad campaign for Pepsi as many of the
Here in the Midwest, we are experiencing a higher than normal spike in gas prices. The local news stations tell us it is due to several oil refineries closing down at the same time for maintenance. Yet, this is not
“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” – Acts 20:35 It’s amazing what memories stick with you from your childhood. Sometimes very (seemingly) insignificant things stay with you. It could be a smell, a taste or even a sound. Or – in the case of