Managing Your Money During Uncertain Times

Over the last year, we’ve seen a rise in unemployment and devastating financial crises among many families.

In difficult times, the temptation is to place our trust in the amount of resources available to us rather than in the One who promises to meet all of our needs “according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus” (Philippians 4:19).

On our Focus on the Family Broadcast “Managing Your Money During Uncertain Times,” Deborah Pegues is with us to help you stop, take a deep breath, and stand firm in your faith in God and His promises.

Deborah is a certified public accountant, a certified behavioral consultant, and a Bible teacher.

She offers straightforward, practical advice for taming your finances. Among the topics we cover are:

  • Examining where you stand financially and preparing a plan.
  • How to get in sync with your spouse.
  • How to control spending based on emotion.
  • How can prayer affect the way you manage your finances?
  • How to manage credit so you don’t overspend.
  • Steps to take to prepare for a better future.
  • What about tithing?

Listen to the program on your local radio station, online, on Apple Podcasts, via Google Podcasts, or on our free phone app.

If financial trouble is causing stress in your life or marriage, we have caring Christian counselors on staff, and it would be their privilege to offer you a free consultation. Call us, leave your name and number, and they’ll get back with you just as soon as possible. The number during business hours is 1-800-A-FAMILY (232-6459).

I’d like to offer you a copy of Deborah Pegue’s book Thirty Days to Taming Your Finances: What to Do and Not Do to Better Manage Your Money for a gift of any amount. It’s full of practical advice that will help you get a grip on your finances and embrace the future God has planned for you. Visit our website for more information. If you can’t afford a copy, we’ll find a way to get it to you.

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