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Navigating Your finances God’s Way Bible Study (God’s part, Our Part and Debt)


The 9-week Compass Catholic Bible study, Navigating Your Finances God’s Wayis transformational. It will help you get your finances under control, communicate about finances with your spouse if you are married and make you a better Catholic.

Join us for an overview of the first three weeks (Intro, God’s Part, Our Part and Debt)and learn how to do a major makeover of your finances when you integrate your faith. Stay tuned, weeks 4-9 are covered in the following podcasts.

Also check out our blog to learn more about this amazing study.

How to avoid financial infidelity


When you get married, you don’t say you will share all financial aspects of your life with your spouse—but maybe you should. Nothing will ruin a marriage faster than hiding financial details from each other. Our podcast will suggest ways to break down those walls that are ruining your marriage and causing a rift between you.

Also check out our blog for more ways to share your finances with your spouse.

Ways to save BIG on your wedding


When planning your wedding, it is so easy to get drawn into spending big bucks for everything under the sun, and those items may or may not be important to you.  Join us for money saving tips on having a beautiful wedding by focusing on what is most important to you and your fiancée.

Also check out our blog for more about ways to save on your wedding.

Signs That You Are Financially Stable


No debt no past due bills, no worries about your financial future.  Sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? Listen in and learn the 22 signs of being financially stable. How do you measure up?

Also check out our blog for more about being financially stable.

What teens need to know about money


Teens are close to adulthood and the more you can teach them about being a responsible adult the better off they will be when they leave home for the first time. If they don’t know how to manage money, or the impact of running up credit card debt, or how to put money aside for an emergency, they will be financially vulnerable.

Every time mom and dad bail them out as teenagers is one more time you’ll have to bail them out when they are an adult.

We’ll share the things teens need to know about money in order to become a responsible, fully functioning adult. Also check out our blog for ideas about what to teach them before they leave home.

10 Easy Steps to Improve Your Monthly Finances


We all have a tendency to think that SOMEDAY we will be happy, content and financially stable. But if we don’t start today, we’ll never get there.

Join us for 10 easy steps you can take today to improve your monthly finances:

  • track your spending
  • review monthly payments
  • determine if you still need to pay PMI on your mortgage
  • earn more
  • review insurance
  • discern wants vs needs
  • question every purchase
  • set spending priorities
  • stop shopping as entertainment
  • quit comparing yourself with others.

Listen in and check out our blog to learn more about ways to start improving your monthly budget today.

10 Ways to Save for Your Summer Vacation


Now is the time to plan for vacation so you don’t come home from a great vacation only to face a ton of debt.

This podcast will give you 10 tips on saving for your summer vacation.  Even God rested on the 7thday and we too need to rest and relax away from the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life, but it’s important to do that without driving yourself into debt.

Listen in and check out our blog to learn more about ways to save for a debt free vacation.

What is Your Stock Market Mentality?


Following the stock market can drive you crazy if you take it too seriously. We are called to be good stewards of all the blessings God has bestowed upon us. And being a good steward means handling our time, talent and treasure in a God honoring way and it also means putting our material wealth into the proper perspective.

Know what is happening in the stock market, but don’t obsess over it. Realize that God owns everything and he is in control—not you!

Listen in and check out our blog to learn more about a spiritual viewpoint of the stock market.

Great Ways to Use Your Tax Refund


Are you getting a big chunk of change back from Uncle Sam for your 2017 tax return?  Your goal in 2018 should be to be tax neutral—not owing too much and not getting too much back. Listen in for ideas about how to do that. If you are getting a refund this year, we also have ideas for how you can us it productively.

Check out our blog for more about using your tax refund.

Millennial Money Matters


Student loan debt, a challenging job market, and lack of savings can all mean a dismal financial future for millennials, but there's good news and bad news.

The National Institute for Retirement Security reports that 45% of millennials do not meet the eligibility requirements to participate in an employer sponsored retirement plan.

At the same time, they are much better at staying out of credit card debt than preceding generations according to a survey.

Listen in and check out our blog to learn more about millennials and money matters.