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The Burresses were a family of four living in a cramped apartment. Little Kyle Burress told his mother, "More than anything, I just want a backyard."
"Now we have no mortgage, no car payment, no credit card bills, and we are 100 percent debt free. Praise God! We're excited," says a very happy Lori Young.
"I had become what everybody thought I should do, be, or have. And I did it through credit cards," says Jeanie Stevens of Riverside, California. By 1997 Jeanie was $65,000 in debt—not including her mortgage.
Facing a financial crisis, the Shanklands never lost hope for a bright future. Discover how their secret can work for you.
As the number of foreclosures skyrocket, many on the verge of losing their homes seek help from companies who claim they can rescue them. But many of these companies do more harm than good.
Asian stock markets rebounded strongly today on the heels of Friday's bounce-back on Wall Street. The upturn is partly due to easing concerns after the fed cut a key interest rate.
Pat Robertson answers your financial questions on Bring It On. Which is better: a fixed rate or a variable mortgage? Can I lose my tithing blessing? Will these rumors of terrorist attacks affect the economy?
The Iretons went from choosing between food and electricity to owning a successful business and living a debt-free life. You can be free too.
God showed Gary Weitz a strategy to get out of debt. He did it and so can you.
Tina’s credit card debt was over $25,000. She started tithing and giving to the 700 Club and was able to pay off her debt. Today she owns her own home and runs a mortgage company.
Nothing can prepare you for the loss of your job. When it happened to John Nakamura, he made it through, completely debt-free.
Neck deep in debt, the Kerstetters trusted God with their future. He came through a million times more than they ever dreamed.
Most say Seattle is a jewel of the Pacific Northwest, boasting popular success stories. But a closer look paints a different picture.
What are the pros and cons of fixed and adjustable rate mortgages? Pat Robertson answers this question and more.
America is rich in oil. A potentially huge field in Alaska has been off limits for decades. But a majority of Americans say it's time to go for it.
Is it wise to invest in real estate right now? What percent of your income should your mortgage be?
Should I pay off my mortgage first if I have the cash, or should I invest the money?
What is better for a home mortgage, local bank or mortgage company? What investments would you recommend to a rookie investor? Is a humidifier a good investment for the home? What do you know about educational grants?