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Your Worldview Matters, Part 2

There was no plan to write a follow-up to yesterday's Your Worldview Matters post. But today's revelations about Ken Fisher are too on point to not bring them into the discussion. According to this MarketWatch report,
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Financial Regrets — We Have Probably All Had a Few

Are there any financial decisions you’ve made where you wish you could have a do-over? Are there steps you took — or didn’t take — that you would change if you could? In a recent New York Life survey, 2,200 adults were
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Economic Uncertainty Is Certain

Is a recession approaching? Perhaps. But economic uncertainty is always with us, and biblical principles of money management work under any scenario. They can help you weather the storm, no matter how hard the financial
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Determining Worth

Do you value yourself based on the current “going prices” in society’s marketplace? Or, do you value yourself by the eternal price Someone was willing to pay for you?
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Cultivating the Long View

From a practical perspective, adopting a long-term view is essential for successful investing. It helps us stay with our plan, despite the inevitable pain of many downturns along the way. The Bible identifies patience as
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Money Roundup: Why the Fed Lowered Rates, Be on Your Best Behavior, and More

Here's our summer-is-gone, autumn-is-at-hand roundup of helpful reads on investing, personal finance, and stewardship. Enjoy!
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Responding to Disasters in Jesus’ Name

On my drive to work each weekday, I spend most of the time praying for family and friends. I often remind myself what a mistake it is to turn on the news during the last five minutes or so of my drive. It’s usually so
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Roundup: Economic Optimism (or Not), Holding on When Your Strategy Is Struggling, and More

Here's our first-weekend-in-September collection of interesting reads on investing, personal finance, and stewardship:
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Labor Day: Honoring Workers — and the Creator God

I perceived that there is nothing better for them than to be joyful and to do good as long as they live; also that everyone should eat and drink and take pleasure in all his toil — this is God's gift to man. (Ecclesiastes
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