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The Rykerts cut their credit card spending and their dreams became reality. It can happen to you.
Clifford’s wallet held an ultimate test that would lead to his heart’s desire
Bill and Wanda stuck to their plan despite temporary circumstances. The result: their business quadrupled, along with their profits. Yours can too.
Vicki's home renovation left her in big financial trouble. But with this consistent strategy, she was debt free in six months.
Bill and Eva weren't faithful givers when they started their own oil service business in 2002. But the business boomed when they began to tithe.
America's Family Financial Expert wants to teach you how to find surprise money and pay off your debt.
Richard and Christal went from the lowest financial circumstance to being the owners of successful businesses.
Mike and Monique began their marriage $50,000 in debt. Then they tried a financial strategy that paid off. The same strategies that changed their lives can work for you.
John had lost everything – twice. Then, using a simple financial plan, he owns a successful business and his own ranch!
Disagreements about family finances and tithing almost eroded this marriage to the point of separation.
When Scott and Stacey Young decided to give their 10 percent, God made up the difference.
They began their marriage with $100,000 of debt, but they never stopped tithing. Two yeas later, their debts were forgiven.
Husband and wife get their travel business out of debt after they learn about tithing on The 700 Club.
When financial specialist Ed Choong couldn't land a good job, he picked up a Bible to find the answer.
When Ann's marriage ended, she made two commitments that built her marketing company into a million-dollar business.
Jim's successful life hit the skids. Then he found a key to living that led him in a new direction.
Richard and Ann were $20,000 in debt. They prayed and became regular givers. In two years, they became debt-free.
When Patricia Whitley gave up her job, it seemed like the worst possible decision.