August 21, 2020
We’re excited to announce our Bible study for teens-Spiritual Cents!
When writing this study, we wanted to make sure it would resonate with teens. To help us with, we brought in a consultant: a 13 year old named Bryan. In this week’s episode of Money Stories, we talk to Bryan about teens and money. He talks about what he learned by working on this project and why he thinks adults need to have money conversation with the teens in their lives. (Full disclosure-Bryan is Caitlyn’s son!) Bryan also takes over the interview and asks Caitlyn and Diana questions about money. No money topic is off limits!
Use this link to purchase your teen's copy of Spiritual Cents: https://compasscatholic.org/product/spiritual-cents-teen/
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August 7, 2020
In last week's episode, we spoke to two Catholic bloggers (and their spouses) who participated in a Faith & Money Matters Bible Study. In this week's episode, we're speaking to the two other bloggers who participated in the same study. Amanda Costello (thesistersonfire.com) and Carrie Soukup (gracefinders.com and author of Collections of Grace) join us to talk about their experiences and how Faith & Money Matters affected their perspective of money.
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Amanda's Blog: https://Thesistersonfire.com
Carrie's Blog: https://Gracefinders.com
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August 5, 2020
Playing with debt is like playing with matches. You think you’ll be able to blow the match out when the flame gets too close to your fingers. But how many times have you burned yourself?
If you get a sick sinking feeling when you think about the amount of debt you have, you may be worried that you’ll never be able to dig your way out. And unless you get serious about paying it off, you’re right.
Tune and be sure to check out the Compass Catholic blog for more ideas on motivating yourself to get out of debt.
July 31, 2020
What happens when you put a small group of Catholic bloggers together and have them talk about money? You'll find out in this week's episode of Money Stories!
Katie and Cullen Sheppard facilitated a Faith & Money Matters Bible Study for a group of pre-selected Catholic bloggers and their spouses. Victoria and Jason Sechrist (ConsumerCatholic.com) and Katie and Joel Cassidy (Unexpectedhoney.com) discuss their experience with Faith & Money Matters and how their small group bonded over the course of the six week study. Who knew friendships could be formed by talking about money and stewardship?
To sign up for an online Faith & Money Matters Bible Study please visit https://CompassCatholic.org.
To visit Victoria's blog, Consumer Catholic, please visit https://ConsumerCatholic.org.
To visit Katie's blog, Unexpected Honey, please visit https://UnexpectedHoney.com
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July 29, 2020
We aren’t born being content and it seems that our culture tries to make us more and more discontent as we grow older. How many commercials are disguised as TV shows and movies targeting the youngsters in our life to get the stuff they are selling? And keeping up with the neighbors can be a lifetime pursuit for some adults.
Learning the secret of contentment can free you from all the pressure to spend money in an effort to acquire more and more stuff. Being content is a conscious learned habit!
The Compass Catholic Blog has more on learning the virtue of contentment.
July 22, 2020
Getting out of debt can be challenging, especially if you don’t know where to start or what to do first. Get started by using our tips for eight steps to get out of debt.
It can be a long-term goal and it is not easy, but the effort and time is well worth the blessing that comes from being debt free.
The Compass Catholic blog has more ideas about taking the first step in freeing yourself from the bondage of debt.