Here is part 2 of my favorite blogs. As we try to do a better job with stewardship in the New Year, it’s important to fill our heads and hearts with godly wisdom. It is our job to become wiser investors. Here are some resources to help you
This list is not ranked as they are all great options providing valuable content and I personally recommend them! Many enjoyed part 1 of the must read financial blogs for 2011, so here’s the second installment:
This isn’t just another one of those personal finance site that regurgitates a bunch of “how to’s” and financial tips, it gives practical, articles that will help you think differently about money and encourage you to pursue the most important things in life. Jason, the blog’s author wants to help his readers gain what he calls “true wealth” . True Wealth according to Jason is defined as “the pursuit of the 3 P’s – People, Passion & Purpose!”
Here is a recent article at Redeeming Riches on how to gain your financial freedom.
This is a site run by Alyssa Francis dedicated to honoring God with your finances. Alyssa helps her readers discover new and creative ways to reduce spending in order to increase giving. She balances this journey with marriage and motherhood. You’ll get some great pointers on how to be frugal but still have fund. All you moms out there will love this site!
Here are some great coupon resources!
A great up and coming blog on the world of personal finances – from tackling debt to save more to how to become a better giver. This is a must visit site for those looking to align faith and finances (as the name implies). Tim is a prolific writer and adds a unique voice to a topic that can be dull or stale.
Check out Tim discussing 4 overlooked opportunities of the Baby Boomer Bomb…
A great site written by Craig Ford, a full time missionary! This site is dedicated to help its readers learn more about:
- What the Bible teaches about money
- Paying off debt
- Basic investing
- Retirement planning
- General money saving tips
A great site by Joe Plemon dedicated to help others defeat debt and get financially fit. Joe has great financial insight and commentary and presents things in layman’s terms. Go check out his site!
Check out this post asking can rich people get to heaven?