Remember learning about how to set up a budget, apply for loans, and be financially literate?
If you’re scratching your head right now thinking, “No, um, I actually don’t,” then don’t worry, you’re not alone. We learn all about math, science, literature, and maybe even art during school but few of us actually had a class dedicated to personal finances.
The result? You might be really good at finding the area under a curve or distinguishing syntax from diction, but putting a budget plan together or deciding how to financially support causes you care about can feel like the equivalent of assembling a new dresser and nightstand from a certain nondescript Scandinavian furniture company...
Imagine being able to send your child or grandchild off to college knowing they’ll graduate debt free.
Knowing that you have a solid financial future plan in place that can help you achieve your future life goals.
Ensuring that the organizations you care about can continue to provide gospel-centered Christian care to people around the world for the foreseeable future.
Imagine being able to do all of the above.
We all have an ideal picture of what our life will look like. When we’ll get married, how many (if any) kids we’ll have, how many dogs we'll have, where we’ll live, what kind of work we’ll do, etc.
Until the unexpected happens. In that moment, our image of what we had hoped for our life crumbles.
When an unexpected tragedy struck the Hahn family, it seemed like nothing good could come from it. But God brought the Hahn family through their darkest moments and showed them how they could create joy out of their sadness...
In rural Indonesia we began with the goal of bringing clean water to villages. Since then, clean water has changed the lives of countless individuals. More children are attending school, communities can grow their own food, and access to clean toilets has improved sanitation and health.
Now there is an opportunity to specifically bless another group—women.
Rose wanted to do something about the health crisis in Nigeria. But she didn’t have the proper medical training or the ability to go back to school. She didn't know how she could make a difference,
But God had placed a desire in Rose’s heart to be bold.
When Rose looked around her she saw people suffering from malaria, diarrhea, and pneumonia. In Nigeria preventable diseases and illnesses are the leading causes of death—average life expectancy is just 50 years old. A lack of available medical care and prevention contribute to this...