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Despite what the culture would have us believe, there are major differences between and women. God made it that way so we could complement and complete each other. But do opposites attract when it comes to money? This MoneyWise Live is coming from the Kingdom Advisers annual conference in beautiful Orlando, Florida for day two. Our first guest knows a thing or two about men, women and money. Best selling author and social researcher Shaunti Feldhahn joins our host Rob West.
Shaunti Feldhahn has spent years digging for the hidden truths that help relationships thrive. Working with Thrivent Financial— Shaunti and her husband Jeff have launched the Men, Women and Money project that’s transforming not just finances but marriages too.
Rob covers these topics with Shaunti:
- What's the “Men, Women and Money” project and and how did you get involved with it?
- What have you discovered so far from the project?
- You’ve found that when husbands and wives fight over money, often it’s not about the money.
- Tell us about how your workshop at this conference is designed to help certified Kingdom Advisers assist couples in conflict over money.
- What advice do you have for listeners who might be in conflict with their spouse over money?
- Next, Rob and Steve answer these questions at 800-525-7000 or via email at Questions@MoneyWiseLive.org:
If you and your wife are working as a team but you're looking at the money coming in vs. what's going out, how do you get onto "team us"?
- If you're trying to improve your credit, does it help to leave a little balance on your card?
- If you sold a home and purchased a new home that left you with $60,000 in savings, should you use this toward your mortgage or pay off some student loan debt?
- If you and your wife use a single credit card in your name, would she lose the ability to use the card if you pass away?
For the last part of the show, MoneyWise Live welcomes back Jason Myhre of Eventide Asset Management. Jason always gives us an interesting perspective on investing.
- Could you share on the topic— “How Does Investing Fit into the Larger Story of God's Purposes?”
- Many people today would say the purpose of business – and therefore investing – is profit. What’s your response to that?
- What is the “purpose of business” that we see in the Bible?
- How does God’s original purpose for business play out in investing?
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