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6 Things to Do with Your COVID-19 Stimulus Check
Apr 20 8:47 AM

6 Things to Do with Your COVID-19 Stimulus Check

Apr 20 8:47 AM
Apr 20 8:47 AM

For most of us, receiving a lump sum of money, such as the COVID-19 stimulus check, can raise a lot questions about the best and most responsible way to allocate the funds. Let’s take a look a six things to do with your stimulus check.

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Financial Peace in a Crisis
Apr 20 8:46 AM

Financial Peace in a Crisis

Apr 20 8:46 AM
Apr 20 8:46 AM

During this unprecedented time, we understand that you’re inundated with information and guidance regarding everything from the right way to wash your hand to social distancing to how to manage your finances. Understanding that it can be overwhelming, we’re breaking down what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your money in a crisis

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Discovering Peace & Hope During Financial Uncertainty
Apr 20 8:45 AM

Discovering Peace & Hope During Financial Uncertainty

Apr 20 8:45 AM
Apr 20 8:45 AM

As we kicked off 2020 with the hope that comes with a new year, we think it’s safe to say that none of us imagined where we’d be today. God, however, is not surprised by any of this. And he wants to guide us through these times of uncertainty, which for many of us includes our finances.

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Why Now Might be Your Best Time for Change
Apr 17 3:57 PM

Why Now Might be Your Best Time for Change

Apr 17 3:57 PM
Apr 17 3:57 PM

The hardest part of change is the discomfort. We might honestly want to make changes in our lives, but as creatures of comfort, we often stay in our familiar habits and patterns. Change requires courage, compassion, and thoughtfulness. By leaning into Jesus and using these tips and tools, we can make lasting change in our lives in areas where we might feel stuck.

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The Loss of Normalcy
Apr 15 1:14 PM

The Loss of Normalcy

Apr 15 1:14 PM
Apr 15 1:14 PM

It doesn’t take long in quarantine for us to take a long hard look at the walls of our homes and go, “when can I get out of here?” This feeling and the loss of normalcy and routines that haven’t been replaced with concrete paths but rather questions is called ambiguous loss. This kind of loss tends to complicate our experience of grief. However, when we understand the ways grief manifests in our lives, we can better process losses. 

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