by Bob Wilkin My parents were young adults in the Depression. My oldest sister, Roberta, was born in 1938, near the end of the Depression. My parents taught me an important principle: spend less money than you make. While in seminary Sharon and I followed the financial teachings and budgeting advice of Larry Burkett. His
by Brad Bell Black Friday. An illustrious American “holiday” of sorts. It is a sad irony that the day after Thanksgiving, America turns its focus to the relentless acquisition of stuff. People line up and wait for hours, push their way through crowded stores, and increase their debt in the pursuit of satisfaction via stuff.