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How’s Your (Financial) Health? Find Out With a Self-Checkup

Conducting a methodical yearly examination of your fiscal health is a wise investment in your overall financial well-being.
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SMI Members Helped Make #GivingTuesday a Great Success

On #GivingTuesday this year we offered an opportunity for SMI members to come alongside the Jesus Film Project (JFP) to help reach parts of South Asia with the Gospel. As we noted, hundreds of millions in India, Nepal,
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#GivingTuesday is Starting Early, and Your Gifts in Support of the Gospel Will be Doubled!

We're getting the #GivingTuesday celebration started a day early this year, and once again SMI readers have the opportunity to partner with our friends at the Jesus Film Project to help bring the Gospel to thousands of
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Teach Your Kids the “Why” Behind Generosity This Christmas

 By “putting a face on generosity,” you can help your children learn to be generous givers.
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For Life and Breath and Everything

For the Christian, every day should be a day of thanksgiving. If we live in “conscious dependence” on the God who made us, our thanks will overflow.
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God Will Provide

Having a financial plan is crucial. But that plan needs to be flexible — or you might miss some of life’s most important things.
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Bringing Biblical Financial Stewardship to the Poorest of the Poor

A number of Christian stewardship ministries do a wonderful job helping people get out of debt, grow in generosity, and otherwise learn how to manage money according to biblical principles. However, if you have a heart to
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Cultivating the Spiritual Gift of Giving

The person who has the gift of giving has a tremendous opportunity to bless others in the Body of Christ — and to make the extension of the gospel possible.
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Making the Most of Every Opportunity

You have opportunities to live and give boldly for God. Don’t let the time slip by.
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Non-Cash Donations: Worth More in Tax Savings Than You Might Think!

In 1917, members of Congress worried that a tax increase imposed to fund America’s involvement in World War I might prompt people to cut back on charitable donations. So, along with the increase, Congress created a tax
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