For Christians, generosity should be a lifestyle. However, November and December are easily the two months of the year when we focus the most on giving and helping others. Here to help us is our good friend; author, teacher and globe trotter Brian Kluth. Brian Kluth is a popular author and speaker on living generously. He’s written a several books and devotionals on this topic and is a former pastor. He now works with the National Association of Evangelicals to help improve the financial health of pastors and churches across America.
- Are Christians generous?
- What keeps us from being more generous?
- We hear from listeners who want to give, but can’t afford to...what do you say to them?
- If you’re a child of God what would you suggest to help us become more generous?
- Brian tells us about the Sandi House in Uganda and beyond sponsoring a needy girl or orphan at the Sandi House, what are the greatest human needs in that part of the world are and what can listeners do to help.
Next, Rob and Steve answer these questions at 800-525-7000 or via email at Questions@MoneyWiseLive.org:
- If you're teenage kids have been saving throughout the years, what are wisest thing to do with their money?
- Is a credit union as safe as a bank?
- If you have a 12 year old son and you're behind on saving for him, are stocks and bonds better for catching up?
- If you have a mixture of 70% stocks and 30% fixed and are disappointed in the performance of bonds, would a 2 1/2 year CD at 3.0% be a good replacement?
- If you've gotten onto a big mailing list for charities, how does one know which one to support?
- If you have $70,000 languishing in a savings account, how much should you move to investment and what should you invest it in?
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