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Family Life

Ashamed of Debt

Dear Nancy: I’m seven years into a marriage that is a financial disaster! I’m working full time and we just can’t get ahead. Our bills …

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Christmas Joy

In 1967, Charles E. Hummel published a small book entitled, “Tyranny of the Urgent.” In it, he asked if we’d ever wished for a 30-hour …

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You Need to Ask

How long has it been since you’ve had a conversation with your parents about their finances? If you are like most people, the likely answer …

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Unplug the Machine

Christmas of 1996 was the holiday-from-you-know-where for my husband and me. Despite the very best of intentions, I practically ruined everything by trying to make …

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Concern for Others

A few years ago a world-wide media event served as an illustration of how our society does not want us to get along with each …

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Finding Common Ground

It’s rather bluntly put in the King James Version: Can two walk together, except they be agreed? Amos 3:3. It’s such a wonderful advantage when …

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Avoid the Edge

A story is told of a very wealthy gentleman who lived in a palatial mansion, on a high mountain, overlooking the surrounding valleys. The only …

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Risky Business

The Truth About Youth Sexting If you’re not talking to your kids about “sexting,” there’s someone in a chat room ready to have that conversation. …

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The Cult of Speed

In this hurry-up and get everything–and more–done society, researchers have found that American adults actually overestimate the number of hours they work and underestimate the …

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