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What Does Your 2018 Financial Plan Look Like?

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Now is the time to look at your 2017 financial plan and update it for 2018. If you don’t have a financial plan or aren’t sure where to start, this podcast is for you.  To learn more, connect with us via the Compass Catholic ministries website and read the related blog.

Navigating Your Finances God’s Way

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Even if they regularly attend Mass, most Catholics don’t fully recognize all that God has to say about money and possessions. Everything we need to know about how to spend, save, give and manage money can be found in over 2,500 verses in the Bible. Discover true financial freedom!

Visit the Compass Catholic blog and check out the Compass Catholic Bible Studies page for more info on Navigating Your Finances God’s Way a 9-week Bible study that will change your financial future!

God, Marriage and Money - perfect if you are engaged or newlywed

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The God Marriage & Money book from Compass Catholic is specifically designed for couples who are engaged to be married. Most engaged couples spend more time discussing the flavor of their wedding cake than talking about their finances. Yet finances are something you’ll deal with every day of your married lives, and financial differences are one of the leading causes of divorce.

This book has everything you need to have an open and honest discussion about finances before the wedding!  God Marriage & Money is available in both hardcopy and eBook formats. This is a perfect resource if you (or a friend or family member) is engaged or newly married.

Read Evelyn’s Blog: God Marriage & Money.

Seeking Godly Counsel

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It is easy to talk ourselves into buying whatever we want or think we need.  It is simple to justify any purchase we want to make, no matter how large or how small.

But how many times do we later regret those purchases and realize we made a mistake by spending too much money or buying the wrong thing without thinking it through.

Many financial mistakes can be avoided by seeking godly counsel before spending our hard earned money.

Read Evelyn's Blog: Seeking Godly Counsel