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Ryan and Kristyn Loos Launch – Life Matters – a seminar series that focuses on the core aspects of our Christian Life

Published on September 26, 2012 By rkl

  By Ryan and Kristyn Loos “Stand in the ways and see, and ask for the old paths, where the good way is, and walk in it; then you will find rest for your souls.” Jeremiah 6:16a-e Life Matters is a series of studies that focus on the core aspects of life: Our personal walk […]

New Year$ Change

Published on January 19, 2012 By rkl

New Year$ Change by Lyndsay King   5, 4, 3, 2, 1…Happy New Year! What I love most about the new year is it allows you to start off fresh and get back on track. Most often people start setting goals that include everything from losing weight, to reading more and managing their money better.  […]

Should We Bail Out Our Neighbors From Their Debt?

Published on November 3, 2011 By rkl

Subscribe to our Feed Tweet I was looking for some new material for some of our seminars that other day and I ran accross this video. I loved it! Not only did it address some of the Occupy Wall Street things that are going on, it also addressed entitlement and keeping up with the "Jones". […]

Check Out This Awesome Debt Clock for the US and the World!

Published on August 29, 2011 By rkl

Subscribe to our Feed During one of the Wise Up shows the call screener introduced me to this awesome debt clock. It has so many neat things to look at. Government Debt, Consumer Debt and Total US assets (both private and business assets). The most interesting thing that I found on the clock was that […]

Be Average – The Dave Ramsey Way

Published on July 26, 2011 By rkl

Subscribe to our Feed   Be Average – The Dave Ramsey Way By Karin DeLaRosa   Being Average – The current American way means debt. According to creditcards.com the average credit card debt per household is $14,743 with an average APR on the credit card(s) of 13.44%.  This means the average American may be paying […]

App To Debt

Published on July 21, 2011 By rkl

Subscribe to our Feed App to Debt by Lyndsay King Everywhere you look these days someone is on a smart phone. Texting, emailing or using some sort of app. Between Blackberries and Iphones, everyone is connected. What’s great about these phones is that you can get an app for pretty much anything you want. When […]