Episodes

Stupid Money / 13 LIKES

Life can get us down. Tim shares how he was able to do a restart by becoming a hobbyist knife maker. Sometimes we have to reset our finances as well.

Stupid Money / 6 LIKES

When we are in debt, the principle of integrity will guide us to pay it off. Gil Brown, chaplain and locksmith, shares how he built his business and learned how to manage money. He gives three rules to stay out of debt.

Stupid Money / 5 LIKES

When you buy something, remember to consider the cost from every angle. Nesco shares principles that he uses when buying a car, and repairing things around the house.

Stupid Money / 4 LIKES

After becoming a Christian, Lawrence wanted to share healthy cooking with others. He demonstrates how to make his delicious version tofu fried chicken.

Stupid Money / 4 LIKES

Thy Living Way is a health retreat where you learn how to change an unhealthy lifestyle. But were its finances as healthy as its students? Find out what the owners did to turn things around.

Stupid Money / 3 LIKES

After college, Doug worked as a CPA. How'd he end up owning a trucking company? He shares how his education as a CPA helps in his business, and how his ministry is now being the church treasurer.

Stupid Money / 3 LIKES

John Carter, band director of Portland Adventist Academy, dreamed of being a professional conductor. Learn from his experiences that sometimes, doing nothing with your money is unwise. Make your money work for you, regardless of the ups and downs of the stock market.

Stupid Money / 2 LIKES

Living Well is a store serving customers with Christian books, music, food, and gifts. Employees share the different ways they have spent money unwisely, and what they've learned.

Stupid Money / 2 LIKES

The average wedding costs over $25,000! How much should you spend? Here's how one couple decided.