November 27, 2019
Do you think that more is better, especially when it comes to money? Yes, more money may ease the financial pressure for a while, but it will never provide lasting happiness.
Master your money by learning to be a good steward of God’s many blessings, including the way you give, save and spend.
Read the Compass blog to learn more about how to master your money.
November 20, 2019
The advertising industry was created to make you discontent so you will want to buy whatever they are selling. Ads encourage you to focus so hard on what you want and what you DON’T have, that you often fail to appreciate what you DO have.
Develop an attitude of gratitude by learning the virtue of contentment. It all starts with recognizing the blessings we already have and being thankful for them. Join us as we share ideas for appreciating what we have and learning to be content.
The Compass Catholic blog has more ideas about ways to be content and grateful for the blessings God has given you.
November 13, 2019
Do you know where your parents keep all the information you would need in case of an emergency? Here are 10 questions to ask your parents just in case you (or other family members) ever need it:
- Where do you keep your important information, in case I need to find it in an emergency?
- Where can I find a list of your key contacts?
- How are your accounts registered?
- Do you have an up to date will?
- Have you Designated a Power of Attorney?
- Do you have a Health Care Proxy?
- Do you have a living will or an advance health care directive?
- How can I access your electronic assets in an emergency?
- How do you want to disposition your personal Items?
- Have you documented your final wishes?
The Compass Catholic blog has more details about what to ask and why it’s so important to know where this information is kept.
November 6, 2019
Increases in the cost of traditional health insurance have driven many people to participate in an alternative to traditional care insurance.
Health care sharing plans are significantly different than traditional health insurance and are usually based on Christian ideals where like-minded people help each other.
If you are considering a health care sharing plan, listen to the Compass Catholic Podcast as we have a conversation with our guest, Bob, who has been using a health care sharing plan successfully (and less expensively) for years.
The Compass blog has more information and links to the major health care sharing plans.