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David Green – The Way of Living Generously
What would you do? In 2012, Hobby Lobby faced a critical, company-ending decision. They could either face fines of $1.3 million per day or provide abortion-inducing prescriptions as part of Obamacare. The latter option was against the religious and moral views of David and his family. In Giving it All Away and Getting it All Back Again: The Way of Living Generously (Zondervan 2017), David Green recounts his US Supreme Court struggle. He tells how his family chose to stand by what they believed, knowing it might cost them the company. Their journey of faith took them to the edge:…Read More
Why You Should Talk with Your Kids About Money
There’s a remarkable gap in the conversation between parents and their kids regarding money. These days, more than ever, parents find it necessary to talk with their kids about drugs, sex, music, even politics. Yet the subject of money still remains alarmingly low on the list of topics. Sure, I know many of you will talk to your kids about budgeting. You might even discuss credit cards. But what about discussing family wealth, family income, and estate plans? Some parents have shared with me that they are embarrassed to talk with their kids about their net worth. They don’t want…Read More
Your Foolproof Guarantee to Happiness
We spend most of our lives waiting for our “when.” When I get that promotion. When I get that new house. When I get the kids in preschool. When I get the kids off to college. When I win the lottery. And so it goes. The idea is that whenever I reach my “when,” then I’ll be happy. But there is in fact a guaranteed foolproof way to happiness. It comes without regard to how much money you have or where you live. Curious? There are two new published works[i] coming out of a five-year intensive study from the University…Read More